HIV transmission

  1. Prevention of HIV/AIDS Infections

    HIV also knows as the Human Immunodeficiency Virus is a type of virus that first infects you with HIV but when you reach to its seventh state you probably get affected by AIDS too. HIV comes in two forms mainly; the first form is in a free particle form, and the other is in the shape of a virus surrounded by immune cells that are infected. There are many ways which can give you HIV and there are also... → Continue reading
  2. What Are Some HIV/AIDS Complications?

    First off, what is HIV/AIDS? HIV or Human Immunodeficiency Virus is the retrovirus accountable for AIDS or the Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome. It has been around since the end of the nineteenth century and is said to have joined the human society via a chimpanzee in the southeastern Cameroon region during a period of urban changes. When a person is in the later stages of the HIV viral strain or has acquired the AIDS condition, their immune system is... → Continue reading
  3. Australia's HIV Statistics Would Blow Your Mind

    Australia is a relatively crime-free country but unfortunately, she could not hold her fort against the scourge of HIV. Below are part of the HIV statistics in the country based on Kimberly Institute’s summary of 2015 from the HIV surveillance report. These stats talk about real human beings and calls for caution among folks at-risk of contracting the disease. From 1984 to 2015 there were 36,171 cases of HIV in Australia with more males infected than females. Cases of... → Continue reading
  4. How Much Of The History Of AIDS Do You Know?

    The Human Immunodeficiency Syndrome (HIV) is the causative agent of AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome). It has its origin as far back as the 20th century and has been one of the deadliest diseases in human history, it has destroyed so many lives over the years and also rendered quite a number of children orphans as well as making so many live in isolation and loneliness. AIDs is a deadly disease without an absolute cure as of this moment... → Continue reading
  5. What is HIV Positive Status All About? Dig In And Find Out!

    The status of being HIV positive is confirmed when a person’s immune system has been attacked and the shield against illness, which is a natural defense, have been broken. The positive status of HIV involves the virus destroying a type of white blood cell in the system referred to as a T-helper cell and replicating itself inside it. It should also be noted that this T-helper cell may be referred to as CD4 cells in deserving circumstances. HIV continues... → Continue reading
  6. Learn How You Can Get HIV If You Are Not Careful Enough

    Gone are the days when people were so disturbed about being infected with HIV whenever they stay close to the carriers of the disease. People now get less worried because of the awareness on the subject of HIV as a result of civilization which increases without bounds. Be that as it may, some still live with the notion that HIV could be contracted differently and infected people ought to be isolated. It is important to say that HIV does... → Continue reading
  7. Very Crucial HIV Guidelines Everyone Should Be Aware Of

    No doubt, HIV patients always need to tailor their minds, body, and total psychology towards positive thinking to help them go about their normal life and course of activities. The management and treatment of HIV are known to vary from stage to stage considering that a person who recently contracted the disease cannot go through the same process as someone who has full-blown AIDS. This then necessitates various guidelines, even though linked, for relative purposes, to help achieve the sole... → Continue reading
  8. How to (NOT) Contract HIV

    Contracting HIV is one of the biggest fears of any person who at any point in time, has heard about the horrors of the disease. For this reason, many have held on to awkward beliefs about HIV for years which have, consequently, misled other ignorant persons also. Knowing how a human contracts HIV goes beyond mere speculation or set of beliefs which have been passed on from generation to generations It is therefore important to consider some of these... → Continue reading

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