Acquired immune deficiency syndrome or acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) is a disease of the human immune system caused by the human immunodeficiency virus. 

Although treatments for AIDS and HIV can slow the course of the disease, there is currently no known cure or vaccine. Antiretroviral treatment reduces both the mortality and the morbidity of HIV infection, but these drugs are expensive and routine access to antiretroviral  medication is not available in all countries. Due to the difficulty in treating HIV infection, preventing infection is a key aim in controlling the AIDS pandemic, with health organizations promoting safe sex andneedle-exchange programmes in attempts to slow the spread of the virus.


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Israel's Prime Minister Netanyahu at a News Conference in Jerusalem
ISIS And Hamas Linked Says Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu

By IBTimes AU

The Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has regarded Hamas and ISIS to be one and the same since they both came from a "poisonous tree." Israel's allies and enemies are not so sure of his statement. (Aug 26)


Kardashian Sisters
Kim, Kourtney And Khloe Kardashian Share Behind The Scenes Photos From Hair Care Line Photo Shoot

By IBTimes AU

The Kardashian sisters are preparing to release a new range of hair care products and styling tools and they shared some pics from the photo shoot they recently did for the new business venture. (Aug 25)


Advice To Parents: Double Check Before Using Any Alternative Cure For Autism

By IBTimes AU

It is found that many alternative cure of autism have many dangerous side effects. (Aug 25)


Model Miranda Kerr arrives at the 2014 Vanity Fair Oscars Party
Miranda Kerr Reported Pregnant With Second Child: Her Secret to Avoiding Stretch Marks During Pregnancy

By IBTimes AU

Miranada Kerr is allegedly pregnant with her second child. Latest reports reveal that after the divorce with her ex husband Orlando Bloom, the supermodel has been dating Australian billionaire James Packer and is expecting his child. (Aug 20)

5 Superfoods We Should Be Having On Our Tables

By IBTimes AU (No Google news)

These superfoods are "super" for a reason. (Aug 15)


Danielle Hackett prepares marijuana buds for sale at BotanaCare in Northglenn, Colorado December 31, 2013.
Housewife Cecilia Heyder From Chile is the First Legal Marijuana Patient in Latin America

By IBTimes AU

Cecilia Heyder, a housewife from Chile with breast cancer and lupus is the first person to be legally prescribed medical marijuana in Latin America. (Aug 14)


HIV Cure: Virus-Free Cells Possible Based on Promising Vaccine According to New Study

By IBTimes AU

New study published by Temple University School of Medicine revealed an interesting method which permanently removes the HIV-1 genes for good in infected cells. (Aug 13)

Television show host Dr. Mehmet Cengiz Oz (Dr. Oz) poses at the "Stand Up To Cancer" television event
5 Easiest and Best Weight Loss Tips by Dr Oz

By IBTimes AU

Dr Mehmet Oz has given 5 weight-loss tips that would help any person who is looking forward to lose weight or has already adopted a weight-loss regime to lose weight better. The Daytime Emmy Award-winning host of the Dr. Oz Show, said that weight loss is connected nutrition intake. (Aug 13)

Dolma, a traditional dish of stuffed vegetables, and other food are laid out on a table at Mrgic's home in Zenica
5 Best Diets that are Effective for Weight Loss and Benefit Your Health

By IBTimes AU

Everyone's searching for the best weigh- loss plans. While exercise can be a strenuous option, people look towards diets as a means to shed some pounds. There are several diet plans that one could follow, but the best diets that have given visib... (Aug 13)


Former Spice Girls singer Victoria Beckham attends the world premier of the film ''The Class of 92'' in London December 1, 2013.
Victoria Beckham Sells Wardrobe for HIV Charity: Celebrity Promotions of Charities is Mostly Ineffective Says Latest Study

By IBTimes AU

Victoria Beckham Sells Wardrobe for HIV Charity But Celebrity Promotions of Charities is Mostly Ineffective Says a Latest Study. (Aug 12)


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