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1112 Articles Matching "hiv"

Racy Slogans Halt Utah Condom Distribution Plan

Jan 18, 2020 , WebMD
Utah Gov. Gary Herbert halted the distribution of 100,000 condoms that were part of an HIV-prevention effort due to racy...
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HIV-Infected Newborns Can Wait Awhile for Treatment: Study

Jan 17, 2020 , MedicineNet
Title: HIV-Infected Newborns Can Wait Awhile for Treatment: StudyCategory: Health NewsCreated: 1/15/2020 12:00:00 AMLast Editorial Review: 1/16/2020 12:00:00...
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HIV Triggers Immune System 'Amnesia' to Smallpox: Study

Jan 11, 2020 , MedicineNet
Title: HIV Triggers Immune System 'Amnesia' to Smallpox: StudyCategory: Health NewsCreated: 1/9/2020 12:00:00 AMLast Editorial Review: 1/10/2020 12:00:00...
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Amag to divest two of three women's health drugs, CEO to step down

Jan 10, 2020 , Reuters
Amag Pharmaceuticals Inc said on Thursday chief executive officer would step down and it plans to divest two of its women's health drugs, bowing to pressure from investor Caligan Partners that has long urged it to hive off the slow-growing unit....
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OxyContin Sales Reps Had Ready Answers When Faced With Doctors’ Growing Concerns About Opioid Addiction

Jan 10, 2020 , Kaiser Health News
New documents support growing evidence that concerns about misuse raised even in the early days of the epidemic were countered time and again by Purdue Pharma sales reps. Other news on the opioid epidemic looks at needle exchanges, addiction treatment providers, HIV infections, and...
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Why Did The FDA Deny Approval For A Monthly HIV Injection Treatment?

Jan 08, 2020 , Forbes
Developers hoped that the monthly injection would replace daily pills, thus making life easier for HIV patients and also possibly removing some of the stigma associated with the disease....
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Questions Remain About Marijuana-Cased Psychosis Among Teens, But One Thing’s Very Clear: Treatment Severely Lags Behind Need

Jan 08, 2020 , Kaiser Health News
Advocates say the number of substance abuse programs serving teens afflicted by problems brought on by marijuana is insufficient to deal with the growing problem. Other public health news reports on the benefits of complaining, research on female athletes and dementia, a mysterious pneumonia in Asia, alcohol's effect on AFib, the best milk for children, aging well, detecting cancer early, HIV outreach at church, new calorie labeling, and brain trauma...
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What Are Early Symptoms and Signs of HIV

Jan 08, 2020 , eMedicine Health
What Are Early Symptoms and Signs of...
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Why Did The FDA Deny Approval For A Monthly HIV Injection Treatment?

Dec 31, 2019 , Forbes
Developers hoped that the monthly injection would replace daily pills, thus making life easier for HIV patients and also possibly removing some of the stigma associated with the disease....
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These biomedical breakthroughs of the decade saved lives and reduced suffering

Dec 29, 2019 , CNBC Health
From cell therapies to hepatitis C treatments to HIV prophylaxis, here are some of the most important biomedical advances of the last...
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More HIV+ men know undetectable viral levels mean AIDS virus can't spread

Dec 24, 2019 , Reuters
(Reuters Health) - A growing number of sexual minority men understand that HIV can't be transmitted by people with undetectable viral levels, but a new study suggests men living with HIV have a better grasp of the facts than men who don't have the virus....
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U.S. FDA declines to approve GSK drugs division's long acting HIV injection

Dec 22, 2019 , Reuters
GlaxoSmithKline's HIV drugs division ViiV Healthcare said on Saturday that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration declined to approve its long acting HIV injection....
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State Highlights: Doctors Roll Out Patients Colorful Artwork To Humanize Waiting Room In New York City; Improper Dental Tool Cleaning Might Have Exposed Patients To HIV In Tennessee

Dec 19, 2019 , Kaiser Health News
Media outlets report on news from New York, Tennessee, California, Massachusetts, Georgia, Virginia, Illinois, Missouri, Ohio, Oregon, Minnesota, North Carolina, Florida and...
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Facebook Asked to Remove 'Factually Inaccurate' Ads About HIV Prevention Drug

Dec 14, 2019 , MedicineNet
Title: Facebook Asked to Remove 'Factually Inaccurate' Ads About HIV Prevention DrugCategory: Health NewsCreated: 12/12/2019 12:00:00 AMLast Editorial Review: 12/13/2019 12:00:00...
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Very Odd Flu Season: It’s Highly Active Among Young Children, Getting Off To Earliest Start In Years

Dec 14, 2019 , Kaiser Health News
Another difference is the type of influenza being seen in parts of the south: Type B is preceding Type A. So far, the northeast is being spared, but it's coming, health specialists warn. Public health news is on aims to get consistent results in psychology studies, ways to reduce the risk of dying, treatment of volcano burn victims, and a potential HIV vaccine, as...
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Advocates Decry PrEP Facebook Ads Bought By Personal Injury Lawyers As Misleading, Dangerous To Public Safety

Dec 12, 2019 , Kaiser Health News
Fifty-two top LGBT advocates say Facebook ignored their concerns over the issue. The ads portray PrEP as having dangerous side effects and LGBT advocates and health professionals say they threaten to undermine years of work in promoting a drug that's been found to be wildly successful in cutting down on HIV transmissions....
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For Wheelchair Users, Flying Can Be Stressful And Humiliating: ‘They’re Not Being Treated In A Very Humane Way’

Dec 11, 2019 , Kaiser Health News
For those who use a wheelchair, the struggle that comes with flying can be disheartening. “You’re basically giving disabled people yet another reason to feel like society wants us shut into our homes and doesn’t want us going anywhere," says Emily Ladau, a disability rights activist. In other public health news: Huntington's disease, the HIV epidemic, salad and E. coli, obesity, mental health and...
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When Police Arrived At Oregon Mental Health Hospital, They Found A Handcuffed Man Outside Shivering In The Cold

Dec 10, 2019 , Kaiser Health News
The Unity Center in Portland initially wanted the man arrested for trespassing because he wouldn't leave. Disability advocates praised police for pushing back because they said the man was clearly having a mental health crisis. News on hospitals is from Minnesota, Massachusetts and New Hampshire as...
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HHS Pays For PrEP But Who Will Prescribe It?

Dec 08, 2019 , Forbes
Health care providers are vital for the success of an HHS initiative to reduce HIV transmission but some are not prepared to...
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GSK seeks FDA approval for investigational HIV treatment

Dec 06, 2019 , Reuters
GlaxoSmithKline Plc said on Thursday its HIV unit has submitted a new drug application to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration seeking approval for fostemsavir, an experimental treatment for HIV in adults....
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