Life-threatening viruses such as HIV, SARS, hepatitis and influenza, could soon be combatted in an unusual manner as researchers have demonstrated the effectiveness of plasma for inactivating and preventing the replication of adenoviruses.

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Ff you’re hooked and addicted to certain foods, you've impaired the part of the brain that controls will power. Detox off your "food crack" and employ my three Ms – mind, mouth, muscle. Meditation, whole foods, and moving your body more, will recover and strengthen your willpower optimally. If you’re in active food addiction you cannot achieve this. You need to detox and then build a powerful PFC to provide you with the willpower to make progress in your quest for your best weight and…

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Researchers at the Stanford School of Medicine have engineered immune cells to resist HIV infection in an approach that could be used to replace drug treatments for HIV patients.

Deputy Chief of Party/Senior Technical Advisor job in Kenya NGO Job Vacancy The Deputy Chief of Party/Senior Technical Advisor (DCOP/STA) will provide technical oversight for a regional HIV prevention care and treatment program in Kenya. S/he will be specifically responsible for project implementation that relates to facility ... If interested in this job click the link bellow.Apply to JobView more detail... #UNJobs#NGOJobs

S-adenosylmethionine (SAM-e) for the treatment of depression in people living with HIV/AIDS R Andrew Shippy*, Douglas Mendez, Kristina Jones, Irene Cergnul and Stephen E Karpiak

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Treatment For HIV Runs Low In U.S., Despite Diagnosis The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says only a third of Americans infected with HIV have the virus under control. Most have been diagnosed, though that's less common among the young.

"TheBody.com's mission is to: Use the Web to lower barriers between patients and clinicians. Demystify HIV/AIDS and its treatment. Improve the quality of life for all people living with HIV/AIDS. Foster community through human connection." Multi language site.

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New Blog Post: Could Treatments for HIV be Used to Treat MS? Studies show HIV can potentially protect against MS.

17 MILLION people are now receiving treatment for HIV! www.one.org/canada/blog/17-million-people-are-now-receiving-treatment-for-hiv/?hootPostID=4c52d6f82dcad76f245acab69513962d#

Changes of thyroid hormonal status in patients receiving ketogenic diet due to intractable epilepsy. - PubMed - NCBI

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