Taking Meds


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For information about interacting with doctors, we encourage you to look at the articles below, which come from our blog BETA, your bright and brainy source on new developments in HIV prevention, evolving approaches to HIV treatment, and strategies for living well with the virus.

 

Alcohol and HIV Meds: Dispelling the Myths

Alcohol and HIV Meds: Dispelling the Myths

One of your New Year’s resolutions may be to find new ways to keep up with your HIV treatment regimen. Medication adherence is essential to keeping the virus in check … Read More

Resource Round-Up: Healthy Holidays

Resource Round-Up: Healthy Holidays

The holiday season is in full swing, bringing both joys (family, travel, gifts!) and challenges (family, airports, bills…). Social events and family gatherings can be simultaneously joyful and wearying—not to … Read More

Resource Round-Up: Keeping Up With Your Meds

Resource Round-Up: Keeping Up With Your Meds

Taking your HIV medications daily is essential to strengthening and maintaining your immune system, keeping the virus in check, and avoiding the development of drug-resistance mutations that can render your … Read More

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