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Chronic pain due to peripheral neuropathy can make movement difficult, but moderate strength training may improve quality of life.
Chronic pain is a fact of life for far too many people living with HIV. But new research aims to address it at its core.
B12 deficiency is much more common than statistics indicate and can have devastating consequences.
Living with chronic pain not only drags down quality of life, but it is also linked to poorer HIV-related health outcomes.
The future of medical marijuana for HIV/AIDS looks hazy.
Roughly 55 percent of people with HIV/AIDS globally may need to take anti-seizure drugs.
The FDA is questioning whether the capsaicin patch actually works.
Electrical stimulation of the spinal cord markedly reduced peripheral neuropathy (PN)Ã¢€“associated pain in a man living with HIV...
Peripheral neuropathy (PN), nerve damage that affects many HIV-positive people, often causes a throbbing, burning pain.
The prevalence of a sometimes-painful nerve condition called peripheral neuropathy (PN) remains high in people with HIV despite effective anti...
A recent POZ.com blog, “New Empathy for Neuropathy,” by Laura Whitehorn, hit a nerve—pardon the pun—with our readers.
When your body-as-temple becomes a little shop of horrors
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