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The loss of fat and lean body mass known as wasting syndrome is still a problem, affecting nearly one in five people living with HIV.
Data from 42,000 people with HIV suggest that income and Medicaid coverage play a role in unintentional weight loss.
Keeping your weight under control lowers the risk of many health problems.
Another reason to hit the leg presses and pull-downs: They may improve your strength and endurance as you age.
Wasting syndrome involves the loss of both fat and lean body mass.
John McLay reminds people aging with HIV that they are not alone and there are resources and people who can help.
Understanding lipodystrophy among people living with HIV, including visceral fat and hard belly.
Long-term survivor John Reams shared his story of profound loss and immense gratitude.
Peer support is more important than ever.
POZ asked readers: How did HIV change your life? A long-term survivor shares his story of profound loss and immense gratitude.
Nelson Vergel pushes for the development of new salvage therapies.
Her metamorphosis from gay banker to “trans-species reptilian” began after an HIV diagnosis in 1997.
HIV-associated wasting can impact more than just body mass, but overall quality of life and physical function as well.
The future of medical marijuana for HIV/AIDS looks hazy.
A new study, published online June 20 in the free journal Immunity & Aging, contributes to our understanding of why muscle breaks down as...
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