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The Visual AIDS program commissioned five short, HIV-themed videos that will premiere at museums and events for World AIDS Day.
People 55 and older represent 41% of the U.S. population living with HIV. Learn more about #HIVandAging and #NHAAD.
Studies highlight the need for better prevention and management of age-related health problems.
Individuals who maintained a low viral load without treatment had a higher rate of non-AIDS-defining conditions.
People with HIV experienced “significant pandemic stress,” isolation, stigma and concerns about long COVID, finds a recent survey.
Over half of people with HIV and 17% of those newly diagnosed are 50 and older.
Physical activity also reduces the risk of comorbidities that occur at higher rates in people living with HIV.
Mental health conditions and heart disease are driving rising rates of polypharmacy and multimorbidity among people living with HIV.
A large study found that heart disease and mental health conditions are driving use of multiple medications as people age.
Co-occurring health disorders appear to contribute to increased risk, NIH study suggests.
Latino communities are disproportionately affected by HIV and AIDS.
Bob Leahy reflects on a life-changing experience that altered the course of his HIV advocacy.
Two new studies come to different conclusions about the risk for severe illness and death.
As Bob Leahy faces open-heart surgery, he wonders how elders in the HIV movement are best served and whether they even need HIV services.
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