HIV patients try acupuncture to reduce headache and dizziness after their therapies
Dec14

HIV patients try acupuncture to reduce headache and dizziness after their therapies

HIV patients continuously search for ways to alleviate the pain they feel as the therapies and drugs they take have several side effects. Acupuncture is a kind of medicine that has been said to be the oldest Chinese medicine that can be used for several conditions. There are many HIV patients looking for alternative medicine like chiropractic treatments and acupuncture to soothe the pain they feel after their therapies.

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The Road In Finding An HIV Cure
Dec10

The Road In Finding An HIV Cure

Since the early 1980s, HIV has been a term that is feared by many and for a good reason too. Currently, there is no known cure for this virus, one that leads to the many potentially fatal opportunistic infections that are associated with AIDS.

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Caring For HIV Patients
Dec07

Caring For HIV Patients

Human immunodeficiency virus HIV is one of the common hazardous sexually transmitted diseases; it was first discovered several decades ago and until now. It was fatal and dangerous are the two word that can be used to describe it well. Dealing with HIV or STDs is hard. However, the thought of being infected with HIV makes a patient shame, depression, fear, and pain. Those are the feeling that one will undergo as she or he been tested....

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About Dental Cyst Removal
Dec01

About Dental Cyst Removal

Flossing is a very important method to maintain oral hygiene, but for some reason, most people do not seem to find the extra minute needed to do so. Many of us have preconceived ideas about flossing that are generally unfounded. Here is a list of some of these myths about floss or brush first.

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Contraction Of The HIV Risk Factors
Nov17

Contraction Of The HIV Risk Factors

Most people are aware of HIV risk factors infection. They recognize the fact that condom use can reduce the risk of sexually transmitted diseases, including HIV. But the perception of young adults about the danger of HIV infection has increased recently.

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Pathophysiology Of HIV
Nov12

Pathophysiology Of HIV

HIV is commonly transmitted from mother to child or via hypodermic needles, blood transfusions, and unprotected sexual activity. When a person acquires the HIV virus in his or her body the virus replicated inside the body and kills the white blood cells and red blood cells, which are very crucial for immune response.

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