This Week in HIV Research: Food, It Does a Body Good

This Week in HIV Research: Food, It Does a Body Good

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Thanks for joining us for another week recapping notable incremental findings in the world of clinically relevant HIV research. This week, we learn more about:

  • The inflammation risks heightened by unreliable access to nutritious food.
  • The wide racial disparity in the prevalence of human papillomavirus type 16, a leading cause of cervical cancer.
  • The effect of antiretroviral therapy initiation on pre-existing neurocognitive impairment.
  • The uncertain impact of low-level central nervous system inflammation in people who have been on successful HIV treatment for many years.

Come along as we explore each of these studies in a bit more detail. To beat HIV, you have to follow the science!

Barbara Jungwirth is a freelance writer and translator based in New York. Follow Barbara on Twitter: @reliabletran.

Myles Helfand is the executive editor and general manager of TheBody and TheBodyPRO. Follow Myles on Twitter: @MylesatTheBody.

Image Credit: bakhtiar_zein for iStock via Thinkstock

Thanks for joining us for another week recapping notable incremental findings in the world of clinically relevant HIV research. This week, we learn more about:

  • The inflammation risks heightened by unreliable access to nutritious food.
  • The wide racial disparity in the prevalence of human papillomavirus type 16, a leading cause of cervical cancer.
  • The effect of antiretroviral therapy initiation on pre-existing neurocognitive impairment.
  • The uncertain impact of low-level central nervous system inflammation in people who have been on successful HIV treatment for many years.

Come along as we explore each of these studies in a bit more detail. To beat HIV, you have to follow the science!

Barbara Jungwirth is a freelance writer and translator based in New York. Follow Barbara on Twitter: @reliabletran.

Myles Helfand is the executive editor and general manager of TheBody and TheBodyPRO. Follow Myles on Twitter: @MylesatTheBody.

Image Credit: bakhtiar_zein for iStock via Thinkstock