"What we need to do now is to help people with HIV realize the full potential of their much-extended life expectancy."
Mark L. Fuerst
It’s how much cannabis your patients with HIV infection smoke now—not over their lifetime—that appears to affect their cognition.
Patients coinfected with HIV and HCV who drink at least 3 cups of coffee a day can cut their risk of dying in half, says a new study.
An intelligent risk stratification algorithm can trigger a prompt for clinicians to offer an HIV test when they are ordering routine blood tests, potentially leading to earlier HIV diagnoses.
Antiretroviral drug regimens have been implicated as factors in the increased risk of coronary artery disease and myocardial infarction in those with HIV infection. Here: practical measures for prevention and screening.
Clinicians need to track not only current alcohol consumption among their HIV-infected patients—but also past use.
Antiretroviral therapy has dramatically reduced AIDS-associated morbidity and mortality -- but only in those who know they are HIV positive and if they maintain sustained engagement with care.
The paradigm of HIV care is changing for aging patients. This study sheds new light.
One in 6 new HIV diagnoses occurs in people over age 50. Are you routinely asking your older patients about their sexual history?
A new report aims to outline best practices in offering counseling and guidance to adolescents with HIV infection.