Dental Problems Associated with HIV/AIDS
Aug15

Dental Problems Associated with HIV/AIDS

If you have HIV/AIDS you should not worry as many of these oral issues can be successfully be treated. You can ensure that you have to schedule an appointment with your dentist so that you can discuss some of the issues. To know more information regarding this, just visit this website, dentalcranbourne.com.au.

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How Does HIV Affect The Body
Aug09

How Does HIV Affect The Body

HIV is one of the most dreaded diseases of the 21st century. Its origin dates back to 1981 when it was first diagnosed in 5 homosexuals in the city of Los Angeles, in the United States. Back then it was referred to as the GRID a short form for Gay-Related Immune Deficiency because it was only believed to affect only homosexuals. Later that theory was thrown away after cases were reported from all over, and after it was discovered that it affects anybody.

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Sore Throat HIV Symptoms
Aug08

Sore Throat HIV Symptoms

HIV has been known to trigger a sore throat. Acute sore throat symptoms range from pain, irritation, and inflammation inside the throat. The burning sensation inside the throat is very annoying and painful. There are many reasons that cause soreness, but some are very common.

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Breast Cancer Awareness Ideas For Children And Adults
Jul25

Breast Cancer Awareness Ideas For Children And Adults

Breast cancer is a serious threat to women’s lives all¬†around the globe. In the United States alone, it is considered that 1 in 8 women will develop some form of breast cancer throughout their lifetimes. Statistics say that in 2018, we can expect over 200,000 new diagnoses and the worst thing about it all is that the majority of people have no idea how big an issue has this illness really become. Awareness is the first step to...

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HIV Transmissions Through Shared Make-up Cosmetics
Jun07

HIV Transmissions Through Shared Make-up Cosmetics

It is commonly known that the HIV virus is transmitted through body fluids from an infected person come into contact with another person. Most common ways known in which the virus is transmitted include sexual intercourse and through sharing of sharp objects such as needles. This makes people ignore the fact that sharing makeup cosmetics with an infected person can transmit the HIV virus.

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