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Aging, weight gain and efavirenz use were all associated with lower free testosterone levels in men living with HIV.
Chronic pain due to peripheral neuropathy can make movement difficult, but moderate strength training may improve quality of life.
Injections given every month or every other month were preferred over daily pills.
Supporting universal access to care and quality-of-life check-ins may be associated with better quality of life for teens with HIV.
A new analysis suggests that the impact of HIV-associated neurocognitive disorders differs by sex, race, age and employment status.
You’ve heard about the 90-90-90 HIV targets. But what about measuring quality of life? Bob Leahy wonders about adding a fourth 90.
A global study examined how outcomes improve when physicians engage their HIV-positive patients in joint decision-making.
New challenges for women aging with HIV require more research.
Gastrointestinal cancers conference emphasizes patient quality of life.
Researchers surveyed HIV-positive women age 50 and older and compared their reports about their aging with those of HIV-negative women.
A study of people at high risk of poor outcomes assessed a program that sought to address numerous needs that may affect their health.
Vacations and their healthful benefits, writes Bob Leahy, are largely and unfairly out of reach for many low-income people living with HIV.
June 2019 Survey
A research team has sought to address the critical lack of treatment guidelines for addressing HIV’s complex effects on aging.
The association was stronger among those with diagnosed depression in a recent Brazilian study.
No City for Old Zen: Elizabeth Street sculpture garden next for the wrecking ball
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