HIV and Your Heart

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Today HIV is treatable. People living with Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) can plan for a normal lifespan if they stay on treatments and take care of their heart health.
Woman IconHIV and Your Risk for Cardiovascular Disease
By learning about your increased risks, you'll understand why it's important to create new healthy habits. Change your future and live a long and healthy life.
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With good medical care and a desire to reach your goals for wellness, you can have a virtually normal lifespan, even with HIV. Learn how to improve your health one change at a time.
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Most people take HAART therapy to control the virus and stay healthy. Learn about how these medications work and why cardiovascular risks may change while on HAART therapies.
Doctor and Stethoscope IconYour Healthcare Team
Although HIV can be a scary diagnosis, you can look forward to a bright future. Learn how you can actively work with your doctor to manage your health.
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View all of our HIV videos in one place on our resources page. Learn more about our experts and find a downloadable HIV wellness checklist, too.
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HIV Wellness Checklist

People living with HIV have even more reason to take care of cardiovascular factors for good health.Wellness Checklist Thumbnail

By using this simple checklist, you can know exactly where you stand according to the guidelines for wellness.

As with all guidelines, your health practitioner may have solid reasons for prescribing different personal wellness goals for you.

Take the HIV Wellness Quiz

Test your knowledge and find out where you need to learn more about reaching your healthiest potential in life.
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