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What to know about HAART for HIV
HAART refers to any treatment for HIV that uses two or more antiretroviral drugs. Also called combined antiretroviral therapy, this regimen revolutionized HIV treatment in 1996, making it possible to manage HIV long-term. HAART can use seven classes of medication and over 30 antiretroviral drugs.
What causes HIV-related fatigue?
Fatigue is a common problem among people living with HIV due to its effects on the immune system, psychological factors, or medication side effects. In this article, we discuss the causes and treatments for HIV-related fatigue.
Liver health in HIV: This gene indicates new therapeutic targets
A new study explains how the genetic mutation that may have protected our ancestors against the plague could show us how to protect liver health in HIV.
What are integrase inhibitors for HIV?
Integrase inhibitors (INSTIs) are a class of HIV medication. They block an HIV enzyme, and this prevents the virus from multiplying in the blood. Some common brand names include Biktarvy, Tivicay, Vitekta, and Isentress. Here, learn about side effects and how these drugs work.
What are protease inhibitors for HIV?
Protease inhibitors are a class of HIV medication. They block the function of HIV protease enzymes. Taken with other antiretroviral drugs, protease inhibitors help prevent HIV from multiplying. Brand names include Reyataz, Prezista, and Lexiva. Learn about the actions and side effects of protease inhibitors here.
Celiac disease may be treated with cystic fibrosis drugs
New research investigates the similarities between cystic fibrosis and celiac disease, suggesting that drugs for the former may also treat the latter.
What is the link between HIV and shingles?
Some people with HIV are more likely to develop shingles. In this article, we look at the factors that increase a person's risk, and cover treatments and possible complications.
What is HIV seroconversion?
After a person contracts HIV, seroconversion is the period during which the body starts producing detectable levels of HIV antibodies. Before this period, HIV tests usually give negative results. During seroconversion, a person may experience flu-like symptoms, such as a fever and body aches.
What is a normal body temperature range?
Normal body temperature is around 98.6°F, though this varies from person to person. In this article, we look at normal body temperature ranges in adults, children, and babies.
What are the side effects of the tetanus shot?
The tetanus shot protects people from the tetanus infection. It is an important vaccination to have. Most people will not have side effects, but potential ones may include redness and swelling, pain at the injection site, and headaches. Learn more about the side effects of the tetanus shot here.
Alzheimer's vaccine draws closer
Building on more than a decade of scientific research, a recent paper brings us one step closer to developing a vaccine for Alzheimer's disease.
What are the signs and symptoms of psoriasis?
The best-known symptom of psoriasis is the way it affects the skin. However, psoriasis is a complex condition, and its impact can be wide-ranging, with effects on the nails, joints, and mental wellbeing.
Interaction between immunity and gut bacteria influences aging
A disrupted immune system can upset gut bacteria in ways that can lead to cell damage and tissue changes associated with aging, study finds.
Hot baths reduce inflammation, improve glucose metabolism
Taking regular hot baths may benefit individuals who are not able to exercise by reducing chronic inflammation and improve glucose metabolism.
New antibacterial defense mechanism discovered in the nose
Scientists have found a new antibacterial defensive 'swarm' in the nose. It helps explain how the airway protects itself from bacteria in the air.
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