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During the COVID-19 crisis, some insurers are relaxing their refill rules and allowing 90-day supplies of meds to be prescribed.
In fact, we borrowed $88 billion last year. Yet a new survey finds “a great political divide” in our satisfaction with health care.
HIV is associated with an elevated risk of diabetes.
However, while HbA1c and fasting glucose levels decline after a hep C cure, the clinical significance of such shifts remains unclear.
U.S. lawmakers say appointing Azar is like putting “the pharmaceutical fox in charge of the health care henhouse.”
How much sense does the common comparison between HIV and diabetes actually make?
Patricia Talboy, RN, failed to follow proper medical protocols when dispensing injected insulin at two prisons.
The hospital alerted patients that insulin pens might have been reused.
Impaired physical function in middle aged people living with HIV are associated with low levels of muscle mass, bone mineral density and insul...
People living with HIV older than 50 years of age should do aerobic and resistance exercises, three times a week for at least six weeks.
An experimental antiretroviral (ARV) drug by Tobira Therapeutics, TBR-652, was found to be both safe and tolerable in a study published in the...
A single boosting-level dose of Norvir (ritonavir) did not reduce the ability of insulin to control blood sugar, according to a study publishe...
A new drug may flatten your tummy.
Norvir (ritonavir)—when given at the type of low doses used to boost blood levels of other protease inhibitors—does not affect how...
Switching from Kaletra to Norvir-boosted Reyataz significantly improves glucose metabolism and lipids and decreases abdominal fat, according t...
Strength training leads to greater loss of total body fat than endurance training in people living with HIV
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