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Keeping your weight under control lowers the risk of many health problems.
Changes to Your Face and Body Survey
Switching to an integrase inhibitors is not tied to gain in bad fat, according to recent study.
Oriol R. Gutierrez Jr. discusses the challenges of weight gain while living with HIV with Lepena Reid and Liz Highleyman.
A study looked at the fat composition of people who switched their antiretrovirals to include an integrase inhibitor.
A healthy diet and exercise are key to controlling excess weight.
Some HIV meds are linked to weight gain, but we don’t yet know why.
This special issue of POZ Focus is dedicated to understanding lipodystrophy among people living with HIV.
As people with HIV live longer thanks to effective antiretroviral treatment, they are prone to a host of additional health problems.
Abnormal body fat distribution is still a concern for many people living with HIV.
A discussion about hard belly and visceral fat
Understanding lipodystrophy among people living with HIV, including visceral fat and hard belly.
A recent study found a small but significant deficit in muscle mass gains based on HIV status following an exercise program.
There are various options for treating the symptoms of lipodystrophy, both in terms of fat buildup and fat loss.
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