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Researchers have determined that teaching happiness to men suffering from HIV improves their health.
News that somebody has HIV is frightening. And yet the state of mind of a personal afflicted with HIV appears to have an effect on treatment outcomes.
Research has found there are links between women deciding to trade sex for security and associated high rates of HIV.
There generally seems to be an association between economic hardship and increased rates of many serious illnesses.
Results of a new study show HIV rates have declined in the US. According to the report, published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), from 2002 to 2011 there was a 30 percent decline in diagnosis of HIV nationwide. Despite the decrease in diagnosis, challenges still remain.
There has been hysteria surrounding fears of being hit with HIV due to the incurable nature of this infection at this time. In view of this realization more aggressive efforts at prevention of HIV have been adhered to by many people. In the meantime research is continuing with hopes of finding a way to completely eradicate HIV.
Pets have such a positive impact on our lives that they can even help us cope with chronic illness. Case Western University researchers found owning a pet helps women living with HIV and AIDS. Furry feline or canine friends provide support and pleasure that helps women stay on track with taking medications and living healthier lifestyles.
According to study author, Allison R.