Pharmacytimes: Condition Center: HIV HIV en-us Mon, 21 Aug 2017 06:37:26 UTC Mon, 21 Aug 2017 06:37:26 UTC Aging HIV Population Often Overlooked Prior studies suggest that as many as two-thirds of all older HIV-positive Americans have experienced stigma due to the disease and their age. 8:00 AM, Wed August 16, 2017 Could Home-Based HIV Test Kits Help Curb the Epidemic? According to new findings, home-based HIV testing kits could be an effective strategy to reach individuals who have never been tested. 7:00 AM, Mon August 14, 2017 Research to Examine Impact of HIV on Immune System of Infants In Utero The investigators hope the study leads to earlier HIV testing and related prenatal care. 11:01 AM, Sun August 13, 2017 Pharmaceutical Care Visits Improve Outcomes in Patients with HIV HIV continues to be a global problem, and researchers from Brazil have joined the growing chorus of voices in emphasizing that pharmacist involvement in care for patients with HIV improves outcomes. 10:37 AM, Thu August 3, 2017 WHO Report Identifies Priority Areas for HIV Pharmacy Research Resistance poses a global threat.&nbsp; 2:45 PM, Tue July 25, 2017 9 Health Care Innovations That Will Raise an Eyebrow The demand for innovation is not slowing down.  10:49 PM, Mon July 24, 2017 Autoimmune Disease Protectant May Elicit HIV Antibodies The production of HIV-1 neutralizing antibodies correlated with self-reactive antibody levels,&nbsp; 5:18 PM, Mon July 17, 2017 Comorbidities and HIV: Time to Mainstream Care The journal <em>AIDS Care</em> has published a systematic review that looks at the opportunity to provide coordinated care for HIV and non-communicable conditions.&nbsp; 11:13 AM, Wed July 12, 2017 Retention and HIV Care Can a 1-Hour Intervention Help? 4:43 PM, Wed July 5, 2017 FDA Attempting to Boost Generic Competition Part of the FDA&#39;s actions focuses on expediting review of generic applications.&nbsp; 12:44 PM, Wed June 28, 2017 HIV Scoring System or Algorithm to Increase Appropriate Counseling? Finding ways to triage patients and identify those with the greatest need is important. 11:33 AM, Wed June 28, 2017 National HIV Testing Day: Improved Testing Rates Needed for Prevention and Care National HIV Testing Day, on June 27, promotes awareness of the importance of testing in the prevention and care of HIV infection.&nbsp; 8:00 AM, Tue June 27, 2017 HIV: The Quick and Dirty of Drug Interactions We asked Jeffrey R. Aeschlimann, PharmD, an infectious disease specialist who is on the faculty of the University of Connecticut&#39;s Schools of Medicine and Pharmacy, to answer questions about drug interactions in patients with HIV.<br /> &nbsp; 8:00 AM, Tue June 20, 2017 Walgreens and Greater Than AIDS Team Up with Health Departments and Community Organizations to Heighten HIV Awareness Walgreens and Greater Than AIDS, a leading national public information response to the domestic HIV/AIDS epidemic, are teaming up for the seventh straight year with health departments and local AIDS service organizations to offer free HIV testing and counseling about prevention strategies 8:00 AM, Mon June 19, 2017 Relationship Status: An Important Risk Factor for Spreading HIV In 2015, 960,000 people were newly-infected with HIV in Eastern and Southern Africa.&nbsp; 8:00 AM, Fri June 16, 2017 HIV: What Are We Using and Why? Often, pharmacists look for shortcuts so they can remember complex information or update outdated learning, a technique that most pharmacists learn and refine while they are in pharmacy school. But when it comes to treatment of HIV, there are few shortcuts that address the large number of medications and different treatment regimens that are needed to treat patients.&nbsp; 1:35 PM, Thu June 8, 2017 3 Ways Pharmacists Can Help Patients with HIV Many community pharmacists wonder what they can and should do for their patients who have HIV.&nbsp; 8:00 AM, Thu June 1, 2017 Once Daily HIV Drug Gets Nod Isentress has been used as a component of treatment regimens for patients diagnosed with HIV-1 for almost a decade.&nbsp; 2:45 PM, Wed May 31, 2017 Living Longer with HIV: Watch for Metabolic Complications Individuals with HIV are at 1.5-2 times the risk of cardiovascular disease and a disproportionate risk of death.&nbsp; 8:16 AM, Fri May 26, 2017 Opioid Agonist Therapy Examined for HIV Prevention 4:23 AM, Fri May 26, 2017