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  • More Information About HIV

    Ways HIV Is Transmitted The most familiar method to transmit HV is simply by having sex with an infected individual. As soon as the vaginal fluid or semen of an HIV-positive person goes into the system of another person, the latter becomes infected with the infection too. For this reason it is advisable to constantly practice protected sex through the use of condoms. Furthermore, having multiple sex partners places someone at greater risk of being infected with HIV as this individual may not possess the ability to be familiar with the sexual adventures of...
  • How To Go Through HIV Testing And Diagnosis

    HIV, or the Human Immunodeficiency Virus, is one of the today’s most notorious diseases. It is a sexually-transmitted disease that can be passed on from one person to another primarily through sexual contact. Testing for HIV Undergoing an HIV test tends to be frightening; even so, the problem is treatable...
  • HIV/AIDS Precautionary Steps

    HIV and AIDS is a couple of terminal health threats that cause problems for lots of people all over the world. HIV is short for Human Immunodeficiency Virus and AIDS means Acquired Immuno Deficiency Syndrome. The two of them are taken very seriously by healthcare professionals mainly because of simply how much harm they can carry out to a person’s overall health. HIV and AIDS assault a person’s immune system. For this reason, the...
  • Facts About AIDS

    AIDS AIDS is a life-threatening disease brought on by a virus which damages the human body’s immune system. It means Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome and is the final stage of HIV. AIDS patients usually had HIV in the early stages of their disease. The earliest AIDS case reported in the...
  • AIDS – Details On This Fatal Disease

    AIDS is short for Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome. It is a deadly medical disorder that has absolutely no known cure as of this time. It has afflicted millions upon millions all over the world and never stops to take away lives, no matter what age group, gender, nationality, ethnic group, or religious beliefs. Modes of Transmission There are many ways to contract AIDS, and they are the following: Expectant mom who...
  • Different HIV Test Procedures

    There are several types of HIV tests designed for those who would like to get HIV tested. Many employ innovative laboratory equipment and apparatus, whilst others tend to be more handy and trouble-free. Since so many people are being infected with HIV as time passes, it is essential that each sexually active person on the planet goes through an HIV test to ensure that they do not carry the virus. Listed below are some of the most well-known HIV test procedures used these days: HIV Examinations in Hospitals Hospitals are designed with different types of lab machines that allow them...
  • Valuable HIV Information

    HIV HIV is an acronym for Human Immunodeficiency Virus. It is a viral strain that has infected numerous millions of people throughout the world. It is smaller compared to a single red blood cell, but its framework allows to it reproduce extremely fast. There are basically two kinds of HIV, and they are HIV-1 and HIV-2. Nowadays, it is the HIV-1 that assaults individuals all around the planet. HIV Transmission Despite earlier theories...
  • More Information About HIV Signs And Symptoms And Tests

    What is HIV? The Human Immunodeficiency Virus or HIV< is a sexually-transmitted disease that attacks a person’s immunity mechanism. The instant it comes into a person’s body, that person’s immune system is going to no longer have the ability to function as effectively as before. This individual will have a tough time combat off many other infections and harmful bacteria that goes into the body, and so this individual will end up becoming sicker and weaker. HIV...
  • HIV Basic Facts

    The Human Immunodeficiency Virus was discovered in the 1970s. Since then, more and more people have fallen victims to this very common sexually-transmitted disease. Over the past several years, more than 10 million people have died while battling HIV. Moreover, around 300 million are reported to have been infected with...
  • How Do People Get AIDS?

    The HIV virus is spread in various ways. These are the more common ways of transmitting the virus: Sharing Needles People who are addicted to illegal substances such as weed, cocaine, and others are more likely to get AIDS because they often use the same needles to inject the drugs...

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