TITLE

HIV danger

PUB. DATE
July 1999
SOURCE
Joe Weider's Muscle & Fitness;Jul99, Vol. 60 Issue 7, p40
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Reports that once infected with HIV, women may develop full blown AIDS faster than men. Possible effects of hormonal differences.
ACCESSION #
2126744

 

Related Articles

  • Incubation Time of Acute Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) Infection and Duration of Acute... Vanhems, Philippe; Hirschel, Bernard; Phillips, Andrew N.; Cooper, David A.; Vizzard, Jeanette; Brassard, Joelle; Perrin, Luc // Journal of Infectious Diseases;7/1/2000, Vol. 182 Issue 1, p334 

    Examines the prognostic value of the length of incubation time of acute HIV infection (AHI) on progression to AIDS. Probability of freedom from clinical AIDS; Adjusted relative hazard of progression to AIDS; Effect of initial pathogenetic mechanism on rate of disease progression.

  • ADAPTATION OF AN HIV BEHAVIOURAL DISINHIBITION RISK REDUCTION INTERVENTION FOR RECENTLY CIRCUMCISED SOUTH AFRICAN MEN. Kekana, Q.; Banyini, M.; Jooste, S.; Simbayi, L.; Peltzer, K. // Gender & Behaviour;2011, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p3479 

    South Africa urgently needs HIV behavioural disinhibition risk reduction interventions for recently circumcised men for use in clinic and community settings. A theory-based HIV behavioural disinhibition risk reduction counselling intervention has recently been adapted for use in a South African...

  • The Maghreb: Women in the front line. Himmich, Hakima; Imane, Latifa // UNESCO Courier;Jun95, Vol. 48 Issue 6, p14 

    Discusses the factors why women in North African are particularly exposed to HIV infection. Risk factors in the spread of AIDS; Women's biological vulnerability to the disease; Inaccessibility to education.

  • Estimated population mixing by country and risk cohort for the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Western Europe. Thomas, Richard // Journal of Geographical Systems;Nov2001, Vol. 3 Issue 3, p283 

    This paper applies a compartmental epidemic model to estimating the mixing relations that support the transfer of HIV infection between risk populations within the countries of Western Europe. To this end, a space-time epidemic model with compartments representing countries with populations...

  • Level of knowledge on risks to HIV and AIDS among secondary school students in the Kisumu District. Ongwara, J. T.; Odenyo, Obadha // Retrovirology;2012 Supplement 1, Vol. 9 Issue Supplment 1, p1 

    An abstract of the article "Level of knowledge on risks to HIV and AIDS among secondary school students in the Kisumu District," by J. T. Ongwara and Obadha Odenyo is presented.

  • Behind The Headlines: HIV 'super-strain' not a new threat. Baines, Emma // GP: General Practitioner;2/25/2005, p21 

    The article reports on the discovery by Emma Baines regarding the fears of a super-strain of HIV that highlight the importance of HIV testing. A new' super-strain of HIV, which is resistant to treatment and which can develop into AIDS "50 times faster than normal" has been discovered by doctors...

  • CDC launches new AIDS-HIV public education campaign.  // Public Health Reports;Sep/Oct90, Vol. 105 Issue 5, p544 

    Reports on the launching of the US Centers for Disease Control's (CDC) AIDS education campaign designed to help people assess their risk of HIV infection. Components of the `American Responds to AIDS' campaign; HIV transmission modes; Contact information.

  • Factors Influencing HIV/AIDS in Women of Color. Sanders-Phillips, Kathy // Public Health Reports;2002 Supplement 1, Vol. 117 Issue 3, pS151 

    Examines the factors which influence the risk of exposure of women of color to HIV/AIDS. Behavioral risk factors for exposure to HIV; Social, psychological and cultural factors which influence the behavioral risks; Potential value of empowerment models of AIDS intervention for women of color.

  • Characteristics of African-Americans with multiple risk factors associated with HIV/AIDS. Lollis, Charlie M.; Johnson, Ernest H. // Journal of Behavioral Medicine;Feb96, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p55 

    Describes the characteristics of African-Americans with multiple risk factors associated with HIV/AIDS. Classification of heterosexual college students as having low, moderate, or high risk for HIV infection based upon self-reported sexual practices; Anger; Attitudes; Condom usage; Knowledge...

Share

Read the Article

Courtesy of THE LIBRARY OF VIRGINIA

Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics