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Alcohol problems linked to sex without condom use among black gay men
NEWS MEDICAL Gay and bisexual men are disproportionately affected by HIV/AIDS illness and death in the U.S., accounting for 70 percent of new HIV infections 3 days
Compound made inside human body stops viruses from replicating
SCIENCE DAILY A team of researchers has identified the mode of action of viperin, a naturally occurring enzyme in humans and other mammals that is known to have antiviral effects on viruses... 4 days
WATCH: Use of 'alternative' supplements on the rise for teens
ABC NEWS Dr. Jennifer Ashton discusses a new study that shows using probiotics, digestive aids and other non-vitamin supplements has doubled in recent years among teens. 5 days
Use of 'alternative' supplements doubled in teens: Study
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New simulation approach predicts efficacy of HIV-prophylaxis medications
NEWS MEDICAL A new mathematical simulation approach predicts the efficacy of pre- and post-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) medications, which help prevent HIV infection. The framework, presented in PLOS Computational Biology by Sulav Duwal and Max... 6 days
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Ending AIDS? These three places show the epidemic is far from over
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The places where HIV shows no sign of ending, and the parts of the human brain that are bigger—in bigger brains
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‘We’re in a mess.’ Why Florida is struggling with an unusually severe HIV/AIDS problem
Science Magazine New efforts aim to curb the state’s startlingly high rate of new infections 2 weeks
Science News » Delay in HIV Treatment Associated with Brain Atrophy
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Nigeria has more HIV-infected babies than anywhere in the world. It’s a distinction no country wants
Science Magazine Mother-to-child transmission of HIV can be easily prevented, but in this country many pregnant women don’t... 2 weeks
Long periods of viral suppression shown to reduce cancer risk in aging HIV population
SCIENCE DAILY Early, sustained antiretroviral therapy (ART), which results in long-term viral suppression, helps to prevent AIDS-defining cancers and also non-AIDS-defining cancers,... 2 weeks
Multiple barriers may stop high-risk individuals from accessing HIV drug
NEWS MEDICAL Multiple barriers may stop high-risk individuals from accessing an HIV drug that can reduce the subsequent risk of infection, according to a new University of Michigan study. 2 weeks
Russia’s HIV/AIDS epidemic is getting worse, not better
Science Magazine The government has begun to confront its shortcomings, but critics want more aggressive change 2 weeks
In the face of a misguided response to HIV/AIDS in Russia, these bright stars are taking charge
Science Magazine Infected people, doctors, and even rebellious officials are attempting to get the country on... 2 weeks
Treg cells protect babies from getting HIV infection from their mothers
SCIENCE DAILY Scientists now report that Treg cells, a type of regulatory lymphocyte, may be protecting babies in the womb from getting infected with the HIV virus when... 2 weeks
A 'super' receptor that helps kill HIV infected cells
SCIENCE DAILY Researchers have discovered a unique set of 'super' receptors on immune cells capable of killing HIV across genetically diverse populations, making them a potential candidate for immunotherapy treatments. The researchers... 2 weeks
Novel computer models for individualization of HIV therapy in countries with limited healthcare resources
NEWS MEDICAL New predictive computer models designed to optimize HIV therapy in countries with limited healthcare resources are published online this week... 2 weeks
Study: Treg cells may protect infants from getting infected with HIV from their mother
NEWS MEDICAL Scientists now report that Treg cells, a type of regulatory lymphocyte, may be protecting babies in the womb from getting... 2 weeks
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Ending AIDS? These three places show the epidemic is far from over
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