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A new intervention successfully reduced the amount of HIV risk behavior in the community of Hispanic/Latino men who have sex with men.
Depression and coping mechanisms play a role in the sexual behavior of teenage heterosexual black adolescents.
Both men and women with HIV were more likely to experience comorbid psychiatric conditions than their peers without an HIV diagnosis.
Neurologic symptoms resolved after 1 month of antiviral treatment in 90% of study participants.
The case suggests that some patients with HIV and dementia may be misdiagnosed with HIV-associated brain disorders.
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