Articles for Tag: "Dr. Catherine Creticos"

Infographic: 6 tips for a bug bite free summer  Featured
Infographic: 6 tips for a bug bite free summer
Here are a few ways to avoid those pesky insects while outdoors.
Scientists discover aggressive new strain of HIV 
Scientists discover aggressive new strain of HIV
Learn more about the latest form of this deadly virus.
Gay teen’s eye donation rejection raises questions 
Gay teen’s eye donation rejection raises questions
The story from Iowa has experts challenging government policy on organ and blood donation.
HIV diagnosis in U.S. shows dramatic decline 
HIV diagnosis in U.S. shows dramatic decline
New diagnoses of HIV fell by more than a third during a recent 10-year period. Get the details.
6 tips for a bug-bite-free summer 
6 tips for a bug-bite-free summer
Spending time outdoors can mean exposure to pesky bugs. Here are tips to avoid the bite.
Let’s talk about STIs 
Let’s talk about STIs
An expert tackles the tough topic of sexually transmitted infections and what you can do to reduce your risk of getting them.
Monkeys cured of HIV-like virus—could humans be next? 
Monkeys cured of HIV-like virus—could humans be next?
Nearly 32 years after the initial outbreak of the HIV/AIDS pandemic, researchers find a promising cure in a similar condition in monkeys.