Long term adherence to antiretroviral therapy (ART) is important in both reducing morbidly and mortality in people living with HIV and reducing transmission rates. A new study published in AIDS Research and Therapy explores people’s reasons for non-adherence to ART through a cohort in Uganda. They find travel, stigma, poor adherence education, and alternative medicine to be prominent factors.
Monthly Archives: January 2019
Performing activities of daily life is something most people take for granted, but there are those who need assistance with those tasks. A recent study published in the Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation utilized an intelligent system to speed up the control of Environment Control Interfaces (ECIs) observing the environment around the user and learning from the user’s behavior.
Cancer treatment is known to increase the risk of cardiovascular problems and this is of particular concern for the long-term health of pediatric cancer survivors. In a recently published study in Cardio-Oncology, researchers assessed the arterial function at rest and during exercise in anthracycline-treated adult survivors of childhood cancers.