CD4 cells are specialized cells that are a part of our immune system. What are CD4 cells and why are they important to those people living with HIV?
The amount of calories in the food you eat is an important predictor of how much weight you may gain. People with HIV who are experiencing weight loss should increase caloric intake so they can slow or reverse their weight loss. Increasing caloric intake will help you regain the weight that has been lost. There are even ways to boost the amount of calories in certain foods.
Here are the most current state and metropolitan AIDS statistics.
The United States has banned immigration to the US since 1987 for those people who are HIV positive. Now 160 HIV Organizations are calling for that ban to end. What is involved in ending the HIV travel ban?
New Hampshire HIV resources and statistics
There is a lot of pressure among teens to have sex.Ideally, teens would say no to sex until they were ready to accept all the responsibility to comes with the act. Peer pressure among teens makes it very difficult for teens to say no to sex. Here are some ways for teens to say no to sex.
Hawaii HIV Resources and statistics
Antibiotics/Prophylaxis/Misc. Drug fact sheets
South Dakota HIV resources and statistics
There are things you need to know before traveling with HIV. Especially when traveling to other countries, you need to know that countries approach to HIV-positive travelers. Here is an index of countries and their policies regarding HIV.
State of California HIV/AIDS Resources
New Jersey HIV resources and statistics
A survey that will help determine the effectiveness and benefits of HIV support groups.
Ohio HIV resources and statistics
Wyoming HIV resources and statistics
There are several types of herpes. Genital herpes is a sexually transmitted disease (STD) caused by the herpes simplex viruses type I(HSV-1) and type II (HSV-2). With herpes genital health is compromised.
What steps can you take to protect yourself from West Nile Virus? Does HIV increase your risk of West Nile Virus?
The CDC now recommends an HIV test be part of any routine physical exam. Because HIV doesn't always present with symptoms, an HIV test is the only way to be identify an HIV infection. If you have questions about your HIV test, this page will help.
An HIV rash is very common HIV symptoms. An HIV rash can also be related to medications. Here are some quick tips on dealing with an HIV rash.
Arkansas HIV resources and statistics
State of Alabama HIV/AIDS Resources fact sheet
Arizona HIV resources and statistics
Resources and HIV statistics for the State of Alaska
Tuberculosis is a worldwide public health problem. HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis can be devastating. Here is the most current AIDS facts and statistics along with TB data and statistics.
There are many lab tests commonly used in people with HIV. In addition to the HIV test, one of the HIV lab tests your doctor will often draw is a complete blood count or CBC. What exactly is a Complete Blood Count and how is it used along with the HIV test and HIV testing?