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A look at pioneers who worked to provide medical marijuana to their communities, including folks with HIV and cancer
Warm showers can alleviate symptoms of cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome, but the only cure is quitting marijuana.
It’s important to discuss any side effects you may have with your health care provider.
The marijuana-like drug can be taken orally to treat weight loss in people with AIDS.
Look out for these typical med side effects and tell your provider about them at once. They’re seldom serious, and most often fixable.
Having HIV may mean dealing with gastrointestinal problems, but you shouldn’t have to simply put up with them.
For decades, marijuana has been legally—and illegally—smoked, ingested and vaporized to treat the symptoms and side effects of HIV...
Taking HIV meds before you get pregnant may protect your newborn best.
People on antiretroviral (ARV) therapy with fully suppressed virus were more likely to see virus levels go up if they also reported physical s...
I’ve been living with HIV since 1992, and two years ago a new HIV combo unsettled my stomach. But I found a sure cure for my uncomfortable..
People who use marijuana to treat symptoms of anxiety, fatigue and neuropathy say it is as effective as over-the-counter (OTC) remedies.
If you use marijuana to ease nausea, pain and other side effects of life with HIV, Medical Marijuana Law is an indispensable guide.
Who knew that probiotics—“good” bacteria found naturally in the body—would become the main ingredient of a hot new marketing trend.
Living with HIV doesn’t mean you have to live with its seemingly unavoidable partner, nausea.
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