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People 55 and older make up 37% of the U.S. HIV population. Most are undetectable. What’s more, PrEP use increased among this age group.
The World Trade Center dust plume exposed thousands to dangerous pollutants. Now the health consequences are clear.
Certain genes in gut bacteria may either support weight loss or trigger resistance to shedding pounds.
It’s no coincidence that kale finds itself on the American Institute for Cancer Research’s list of Foods That Fight Cancer.
At Sunday’s VMAs, Lil Nas X nodded to Southern folks living with HIV. The pop star gives birth to “Montero,” his debut album, on Friday.
These encouraging results do not apply, however, to people who remain undiagnosed.
Younger adults and stem cell transplant recipients are at highest risk for measles and mumps.
Of two proteins found in those with Alzheimer’s disease, one, called tau, proliferates more often in women, and certain younger individuals.
Data from a new study by the National Institutes of Health was published in the American Journal of Public Health.
Many older people have biomarkers indicative of a strong response to checkpoint inhibitors.
From 1992 to 2018, liver cancer cases related to hepatitis C fell in Japan.
A system that uses vagus nerve stimulation helps people regain mobility in their hands and arms after an ischemic stroke.
Could sites like Facebook, Google and Twitter help fight misinformation and end the HIV epidemic?
Younger women were particularly susceptible to developing long-term body image dissatisfaction fueled by videoconferencing.
Do you want to filter or be filtered by race or HIV status? The results of a survey of app users explore this and other NiceAF topics.
An uncommon gene mutation linked with Alzheimer’s that starts at age 40 is found in several generations of one family in Sweden.
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