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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
Between 39 and 85 percent of the HIV population experiences chronic pain.
Study shows home exercise can improve quality of life.
However, it is not yet possible to prove causality between marijuana use and poorer mental or social quality of life.
Starting HIV treatment soon after diagnosis leads to modest improvements in quality of life compared with delaying treatment.
A look at some science-based facts about HIV that may surprise you as we mark the 35th anniversary of the start of the AIDS epidemic.
People who have their virus under control with treatment still report a reduced quality of life compared with those who don’t have HIV.
HIV-positive people who have their virus under control thanks to antiretroviral treatment still report a lower quality of life than those with...
People living with HIV in the United Kingdom have poorer health-related quality of life than the HIV-negative population.
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