"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.
Study authors propose a new asthma patient “phenotype” in which a previous severe event is the sole predictor of another one.
Results of a recent study into the role of lipids in atopic asthma could help identify new targets for therapy.
New research suggests it’s possible to reverse the metabolic impact of childhood obesity and avert T2DM in adulthood.
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.
Among the clues revealed in 3 recent studies: brain amyloid, saliva biomarkers, and microvascular dysfunction.
Find research on diabetes patients that could shift your thinking on home blood glucose monitoring; metformin efficacy in T1DM; and race and A1c.