3 edition of Women, HIV, drugs found in the catalog.
Women, HIV, drugs
|Statement||edited by Nicholas Dorn, Barbara James, Maggy Lee.|
|Contributions||Dorn, Nicholas., James, Barbara., Lee, Maggy., Institute for the Study of Drug Dependence.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||92|
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This book repeats that same fact and focuses upon women fighting drugs, rather than attacking gay, African-American males. The book goes a step further in its inclusion by also stating that some HIV-positive Black women identify as lesbian and get romantically involved with other women, even though they may have acquired the disease through 4/5(2).
ISBN $ (pb) This practical guide focuses primarily on the medical, legal, social and personal issues specific to HIV-positive HIV, but also provides valuable prevention. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle.
I have been impressed at how it aims to look for the gaps in our knowledge and research up until now about women and poverty in the context of AIDS. It's one of the first books or articles I've read that brings up (although briefly) the huge lack in consideration of lesbian and HIV/AIDS/5.
User Review - Flag as inappropriate The face of AIDS is increasingly that of a woman: in some regions, women already constitute the majority of those infected. This book overviews the status of women in the global AIDS pandemic, and analyzes large-scale economic, political, and cultural forces that continue to place millions of women at increased risk for HIV infectionReviews: 1.
U.S. Public Health Service Task Force recommendations for use–of antiretroviral drugs in pregnant HIV-1–infected women for maternal Women and interventions to reduce perinatal HIV-1 transmission in the United States.
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To prevent Pneumocystis jirovecii pneumonia, all infants born to women with HIV should begin trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole prophylaxis at age 4 to 6 weeks, after completing the infant ARV regimen, unless there is adequate virologic test information to presumptively exclude HIV infection (see the Pediatric Opportunistic Infection Guidelines).
As ofwomen account for about 20% of reported HIV cases. The two major modes of transmission to women are heterosexual sexual intercourse and intravenous drug use.
Factors that increase the likelihood of HIV in women include lack of access to high-quality healthcare, injecting drugs, being a sex worker, and low income. Women of Color Health Data Book, Fourth Edition, is the most up-to-date resource informing health care providers and researchers in biomedicine and health policy about the unique health features of womenFile Size: 2MB.
Injecting Drugs. Sharing drug needles or syringes with someone who is infected with HIV is the second-most common way African-American men and women get HIV.
It. among HIV-positive women (55%) was double the national rate, and the rates of childhood sexual abuse (39%) and childhood physical abuse (42%) were more than double the national rate.7 • Rates of violence victimization among HIV-positive women are comparable to those for HIV-negative women drawn from similar populations and with similarFile Size: 2MB.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 92 pages ; 21 cm: Responsibility: edited by Nicholas Dorn, Barbara James, Maggy Lee. Health of HIV Infected People: Food, Nutrition and Lifestyle Without Antiretroviral Drugs defines the supportive roles of bioactive foods, exercise, and dietary supplements on the health of HIV infected people who do not have access to resources or those who choose not to utilize antiretroviral drugs.
In Africa, 60 percent of HIV transmissions occur in women through vaginal intercourse. HIV can also be passed through transfusions of contaminated blood products (though since all blood is screened for HIV in the United States), from a woman to her fetus during pregnancy, and through breastfeeding.
The first case of GRID, which will later be referred to as AIDS, is reported. Five women are among those diagnosed. Sandra Ford, a drug technician for the Centers for Disease Control (CDC. One in 16 black men will be infected with HIV in his lifetime, compared to one in 30 black women, according to the CDC.
African- American women are 15 times more likely to be infected than white women. Roberts began her work on the book when she was on a Fulbright fellowship in the Caribbean region, ranked second in HIV infection statistics.
The goal of this project is to empower the reader, supports the soul and uplifts the spirit of women living with HIV/AIDS and the collective communities each represent. Laurel Sprague, Executive Director, Global Network of People Living with HIV, says of the book, " Sistah’s Speak is a heartful and welcoming collection of stories from women Author: Savas Abadsidis.
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All Products A-Z. By Therapeutic Area. Whether married, in a serious relationship, or in a casual relationship, women having sex are at risk of contracting HIV. Some of the most important steps to take in protecting yourself from HIV is to first of all know YOUR status.
Make sure you are getting tested at least once a year or more depending on the number of sexual encounters. HIV. Every year, thousands of women are infected with HIV. Learn the facts. Teach the women in your family and community how to prevent and treat HIV.
Women and HIV Fact Sheet. HIV: Medicines to. The only way to know for sure whether you have HIV is to get tested. CDC recommends that everyone between the ages of 13 and 64 get tested for HIV at least once as part of routine health care. Knowing your HIV status gives you powerful information to help you take steps to keep you and your partner (s) healthy.Current and future priorities for the development of optimal HIV drugs Journal article published in Current Opinion in HIV and AIDS 1 February ; Where are the positives?
HIV testing in sub-Saharan Africa in the era of test and treat Viewpoint published in .