HIV/AIDS

HIV | Longevity LIVE

Global statistics show that approximately 37 million people worldwide are currently living with HIV (1). Unfortunately, there is no cure for the disease and the only way to manage it is with ARVs. However, a recent study shows promising news in regards to finding a cure for the disease. It’s

HIV | Longevity LIVE

It would seem as though some battles are being won in the fight against HIV/AIDS, with 1.4 million new infections among children under 15 successfully averted since the year 2010. According to Dr Idris Baba – HIV/AIDS specialist with UNICEF in Kaduna, Nigeria – 80% of pregnant women with HIV

medical | Longevity LIVE

Here are the most prominent medical breakthroughs that took place at the end of 2017, from man-made human blood to an artificial pancreas. 1. Scientists remove HIV from animals A study published in the journal Molecular Therapy has revealed that scientists are finally closer to finding a permanent cure for

shopping | Longevity Live

South Africa is currently suffering under a serious outbreak of listeriosis, with the number of related deaths standing at 61. According to the Department of Health, the most cases of this disease has been found in Gauteng (62%) followed by the Western Cape (13%) and Kwa-Zulu Natal (7%). The minister of health, Aaron