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If you’re living with HIV, you might be 50% more likely to experience heart disease compared with your HIV-negative peers.
Some studies suggest aspirin therapy may also help lower the risk of colorectal cancer.
An HIV-specific model underestimated the risk for heart attacks and other cardiovascular events.
People living with HIV in the U.K. had a much higher risk for heart disease, regardless of age or when they were diagnosed.
White men and smokers are more likely to have arterial plaque despite low cardiovascular risk scores.
A new study suggests that many deaths among HIV-positive people may be misclassified.
A Campbell Foundation grant helps researchers explore links between HIV, cardiovascular disease and measures of inflammation.
Across the life span, non-plaque-related causes of heart attack were more common in people with HIV.
A new simulation suggests that by 2030, multimorbidity in people with HIV will rise substantially.
Too many HIV advocates and leaders died of COVID-19, but the pandemic notwithstanding, 2020 took several AIDS icons.
Hypertension raises the risk of heart disease and severe COVID-19.
People with HIV who suffer from insomnia are more likely to have a heart attack.
This elevated risk only applied to a certain type of heart attack, called type 2 myocardial infarction, in a recent study.
Lower rates of targeted interventions and care strategies for acute heart problems compared with HIV-negative people are a likely factor.
People with the chronic inflammatory lung disease are about two times more likely to have a heart attack.
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