Patients With HIV at Higher Risk for Developing Depression
Patients with HIV have a high likelihood of developing depression related to their diagnosis, according to a recent study, and many of these individuals do not seek medical care.
Provider-Initiated HIV Test Offers: Important Strategy, Yet Underused
Routine HIV screening tests are preventive measures recommended by the CDC for all patients aged 13 to 64 years.
Military Personnel Authorized to Receive Freeze-Dried Blood
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has granted the US Department of Defense (DoD) an emergency use authorization (EUA) of freeze-dried plasma product (FDP) that is made in France.
Traveling With Medication Takes Preparation
Travel preparation can be a tedious process that requires careful consideration of every item being packed, especially, when medications are needed.
National HIV Testing Day Raises Awareness, Encouraged Early Diagnoses
Today is National HIV Testing Day. The CDC has designated this day out of the year to raise awareness for HIV testing, and early diagnosis.
American Diabetes Association Announces the 2018 Award Recipients for the Scientific Sessions
Top researchers, clinicians, and educators will be recognized at the 78th Scientific Sessions for their outstanding leadership and work to advance diabetes research, prevention, care, and treatment.
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