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What’s worse for HIV outcomes: smoking or heavy drinking?
The more someone smoked, the more likely they were to be diagnosed with heart problems.
Smoking is also associated with heart disease and several types of cancer.
A pilot trial shows promise for reducing the harms caused by smoking.
A study comparing matched groups of people with and without HIV found that smoking was a powerful cancer risk factor, especially for women.
A healthy diet and exercise are key to controlling excess weight.
People with an opioid use disorder, in particular, had a tenfold higher risk of being diagnosed with COVID-19.
A recent study analyzed smoking’s ties to substance use and mental, psychological and general health in sexual minority men and trans women.
Smoking poses a grave threat to the health and longevity of people living with the virus.
People with HIV are diagnosed with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease at a much younger age, study suggests.
New database will collect information about cases of the novel coronavirus among people living with HIV.
Researchers found that among those older than 50, lung function declined at a comparable rate regardless of HIV status.
A recent study finds that people with HIV receive insufficient attention to cardiovascular risk.
And how the novel coronavirus is (or isn’t) altering the lives of health care providers, drag queens and Grindr users
A pair of studies analyzed brief smoking-cessation interventions initiated by health care providers.
Higher rates of smoking among people with HIV compared with those who don’t have the virus may be the main reason.
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