HIV

HIV in Philippines

HIV infection is a sexually transmitted disease (STD). Like other STDs, HIV spreads bidirectionally and appears to be transmitted from male to female and female to male with greater efficiency (up to three-fold) from male to female. Although the majority …

What is HIV/AIDS

HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) infects cells of the immune system. Infection results in the progressive deterioration of the immune system, breaking down the body’s ability to fend off infections and diseases. AIDS (Acquired immune deficiency syndrome) refers to the most …

The increased risk of being injured by HIV/STDs

Nowadays young people experience the increased risk of being injured by HIV/STDs and other sexual activities’ related diseases. The most effective solution of this problem is hidden in human perception and understanding of necessary safety measures. Starting sexually active life …

Practical angle of discussed researches by HIV/STDs

Summarized information on condom promotion program introduced by National Medical Association Journal gives a good overview of condom using practice’s current status and its relation to increased number of HIV and other sexual activity related diseases during the last 5 …

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HIV and local community

The first strength of the intervention policy is the central position of key stakeholders in the intervention policy, since people with HIV and local community, the private sector, local community and traditional leaders are direct benefits of the policy providing …

Urinary tract infection

In Response to Increasing Rates of Heterosexually Transmitted HIV, Australia Should Encourage Circumcision in Infant Males HIV is believed to be widely spread by heterosexuality. HIV/AIDS article on Australia’s medical journal categorized male circumcision (removal of the prepuce or foreskin) …

HIV and Infectious Case Care

Patient-centered care has evolved from the basic unilateral interaction-observation-measurement (IOM) –based care to partnership form of care, such as informed relations, relationship-centered care, person-centered care and, more recently, patient-provider relationship (Rubenfield and Scheffer, 2006 p. 96). According to Olshansky (2000), …

Modern Medicine

Modern medicine has made great strides in recent years. It is scientific and based on continual research and experiment. Surgery, in particular, has made an amazing advance. Thousands of doctors are being trained every year in India, and hundreds of …

Modern Medicine

Modern medicine has made great strides in recent years. It is scientific and based on continual research and experiment. Surgery, in particular, has made an amazing advance. Thousands of doctors are being trained every year in India, and hundreds of …

Signs and Symptoms of HIV,

Many people who are HIV-positive do not experience any symptoms of HIV infection. Sometimes symptoms appear after a year of infection or even after a decade. Often people only begin to feel sick when they progress toward AIDS (Acquired Immunodeficiency …

HIV transmission

In North American and the Western and Central parts of Europe, the number of individuals living with HIV increased to 1. 9 million in 2005 (UNAIDS, 2006). Of this number, 65,000 individuals acquired the virus within only one year. There …

Incurable Contagious Diseases

“Death in early childhood was a heartbreaking fact of life everywhere until the early twentieth century. Gravestones from the nineteenth century and earlier commemorate the death before the end of their first decade of life of between a quarter and …

Incurable Contagious Diseases

“Death in early childhood was a heartbreaking fact of life everywhere until the early twentieth century. Gravestones from the nineteenth century and earlier commemorate the death before the end of their first decade of life of between a quarter and …

Hiv/Aids a Communicable Disease

A communicable disease is an illness that is spread through contact of germs and bacteria. Humans, animals and foods are all transporters of germs and bacteria that can deliver a contagious illness from one host to another. An effortless touch …

The Spread of HIV in Southern Africa

AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome), the possible end-result of HIV infection (Human Immunodeficiency Virus), has been and continues to be an epidemic that is having catastrophic effects on the world’s populations. Since the early 1980s when the disease was first …

HIV/AIDS and the Global Picture

The devastating effects of HIV and AIDS does not only manifest itself in the body of its victims, but also in the social, cultural, economic, and political structures of society. In the early 1990s it was projected that by the …

HIV/AIDS in Sub Sahara Africa

HIV/AIDS has been labelled as one of the major problems facing the African continent and the most severe evidence of the problem is concentrated within the region commonly called Sub Sahara Africa. Sub-Sahara Africa is made up of the forty-eight …

The HIV in Southern Africa

The media in developing countries are important partners in the development process. They are used as tools for educating, informing, and entertaining. In most countries where literacy rates are low, radio, and television, is easily accessible compared to print media. …

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