The Mississippi Baby who was thought to be cured of HIV has relapsed.
WHO reported that depression is the leading cause of illness and disability in children and teens between the ages of 10 and 19.
An HIV-infected nurse has been accused of injecting her blood into a two-year-old patient. The Ugandan press has nicknamed her as "the killer nurse."
The Global Burden of Disease Study 2010 reported that in Europe, viral hepatitis is more deadly than HIV.
A new study reported that transplant drugs could potentially treat HIV infections.
According to doctors, a second baby born with HIV might have been cured of the virus after receiving immediate treatment.
Treatment is extremely important for curbing the spread of HIV. However, new research reveals that younger people, men and people without children are most likely to drop out of HIV care in South Africa. This is worrying as the African country has the world's largest HIV positive population, with one in five adults being HIV positive.
The NIH reported that America's youth have high levels of HIV.
Researchers reported that HIV infections have increased in certain regions of Europe and nearby countries.
Eating multivitamins may help delay disease progression and illness in HIV patients, according to a new study.
The HOPE Act, signed by President Barack Obama, opens up research into organ transportation between HIV-positive patients.
Researchers report that nurse intervention can help mentally ill HIV-positive patients remember to take their medications.
Cats might be the savior for people with positive HIV, a new study suggests. The carnivorous mammal may hold a key to developing an HIV vaccine for people.
Cocaine may increase a person's vulnerability to HIV infection by altering the body's immune cells.
New HIV infection rates dropped by one third across the globe between 2001 and 2012, according to a report released by UNAIDS, the United Nations organization dedicated to fighting HIV.
According to an article published in 2018 in the New York Post, a study that evaluated the oral health habits of 2,000 millennials discovered that many of them don't keep their mouths as clean as they could. The study reported that three out of 10 millennials brush their teeth once a day, and that the average millennial participating in the survey has gone more than two days in a row without brushing their teeth even once. Yet, the survey says, more than half of those polled indicated that they're worried about losing their teeth as a result of poor oral health.