Russia Surpasses Its 1 Million Mark In HIV Cases, What Does This Imply? The Details, Inside
With the growing efforts to put an end to the deadly and feared HIV disease, what are Russia’s next plans now that it has already reached the 1 million mark on the said disease? Since Russian is known to be a powerful country, does this imply something about the world and the future of HIV cases? Here’s what experts have to say
HIV Can Now Be Cured By Blocking Type I Interferon Protein
With the ever growing number of HIV and AIDS related cases recorded this year, can the discovery of this new method put a stop to this slowly becoming pandemic disease? Have we finally found the answer to HIV virus?
Researchers Suggest New Method To Destroy HIV
Is there such thing a drug that can slow down HIV? If so, considering the fact that there the virus indeed rapidly spreading, how slow can the new methos discovered by researchers be efficient in the search for finding the cure for the disease? Find out what health experts have to say
The Double Jeopardy: HIV And Heart Attack, What's The Link? The Details; Inside
With the continuous growth of HIV cases, what does heart attack have to do with it? Does it contribute to HIV or it's another problem that adds up to the burden of HIV patients? What's the truth behind claims saying that HIV patients are prone to heart attack? Here's what health experts have to say
Finally, Nature's Answer To HIV: Bee Venom
With HIV being notorious as a long dreaded disease, is the solution found in nature all along? What's the truth behind claims that a particular bee's venom can put an end to HIV? Find out what health experts have to say
HIV Drugs May Cause Forgetfulness, Behavioural Changes, New Research Shows
According to US researchers, HIV drugs lead to the production of the peptide beta amyloid, which is often linked to Alzheimer's disease.
What It’s Like To Live With HIV At 35: Research Says Youth Doesn’t Care Anymore
With the growing cases of HIV infected persons being recorded each year, what’s it really like to live with AIDS at such a young age? Is there still a way to stop the undying stigma? What does it take to make more people become aware of the real condition? Here’s what health experts have to say
At Long Last! HIV ‘Cure’ Finally Discovered? Details Inside
With the growing cases of HIV being recorded every year, can the new technology finally put an an end to the seemingly pandemic virus? How effective can this solution be? Find out what health authorities have to say
HIV And Alzheimer’s Disease Will Soon Be The Same, But How Is That Possible?
With the growing cases of HIV and Alzheimer’s cases across the globe, how can the two diseases be the same and how are they associated with each other? Find out what health experts have to say
HIV Vaccine That Holds A Promise Of Cure To Be Conducted By Canadian Scientists, Is There A Catch?
As the quest for the HIV cure continues, Canadian scientists are set to conduct a clinical trial to 600 volunteers; will this finally give light to the growing number of cases of HIV disease? Find out what experts have to say
HIV Update: What Does The New Guideline Have To Say About Being Tested
With The Growing Cases Of HIV, How Can These New Guidelines Set By The UN Help In Reducing The Number Of Unaware Infected Persons? Find Out What Authorities Have To Say
Get Tested! Celebrities Like Rihanna Gets A Live HIV Test, Can This Lessen The Effects Of The Undying Stigma?
Considering That The HIV Stigma Is Still Obvious , Can Well-Known Celebrities Be The Key To Finally Lessen The Impacts Of This Undying And Worsening Stigma? The Details, Find Out
Game Changer: HIV Treatment 'Prep' Approved For Testing In England
More than 10,000 gay men will participate in a clinical trial for the "Prep" - a drug that is taken to prevent getting HIV. The trial will cost about £10 million and will start next year.
Martin Shkreli's Expensive Malaria, HIV Medication Has Been Recreated By Aussie Schoolboys
Last year, pharmaceutical executive, Martin Shkreli, faced international backlash when he bought the rights to an HIV drug and increased the price by 5,000%. Now, school boys from Australia were able to recreate the key ingredient of the drug at a very cheap price.