Surprisingly, there are few similarities between HIV and AIDS. As HIV is a virus and AIDS is a syndrome requiring specific conditions to be met for diagnosis, they are quite different. While you do not have to have AIDS to have HIV, you do have to have HIV in order to have AIDS. There are, however,
An HIV infected man in Canada is being tried for manslaughter and sexual assault because he had sex without disclosing his status. The Canadian government approved the release of his name and photo for public safety reasons. Should this happen?
Acute hypoglycemia (low blood sugar) manifests as a wide array of symptoms and can be mistaken for a variety of ailments, including intoxication, stoke, psychiatric issues and mania. However, symptoms for each individual tend to stay the same each time an episode occurs.
Skin rashes are common problems for people with HIV. As the white cell count drops, the frequency of rashes increases. New and old medications can also cause rashes over the course of years as medications may be changed repeatedly. Bacterial infections and infestations of scabies may also...