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Abnormal body fat changes remain a challenge for many people living with HIV.
Researchers compared outcomes between babies born to HIV-positive mothers exposed to antiretrovirals and those who were not.
Research indicates that Retrovir, Zerit and Videx are associated with abnormal redistribution of body fat.
Following a group of Ethiopian children on antiretrovirals, researchers observed declining kidney function but improving liver enzymes.
Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease can lead to more severe, potentially fatal liver diseases, including cirrhosis.
AZT and ddI were the main drugs associated with liver damage in a new study.
Neither age nor body weight were significantly associated with type 2 diabetes among older people with HIV in a recent study.
Among people with HIV who don’t have hepatitis C virus, various factors raise the risk of liver fibrosis and fatty liver disease.
Unlike the World Health Organization’s public health guidelines, these are centered on the individual.
Drug-resistant strains of HIV continue to be transmitted in the UK, but this doesn’t appear likely to have a major effect on the treatment res...
Various HIV antiretrovirals are linked to a raised risk of cardiovascular problems, although the overall risk of such an outcome is still low.
Taking a triple-antiretroviral regimen is best for preventing mother-to-child transmission during pregnancy, rather than taking one drug durin...
Pregnant women who take antiretrovirals (ARVs) to treat HIV early in their pregnancies appear to have a low risk of birth defects in their inf...
The demand for HIV treatment in low- and middle-income nations is projected to rise to 16.8 million people by the close of 2016.
People treated with some of the older versions of a class of HIV drugs known as nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors (NRTIs) were more...
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