Tag Archives: Risk

‘Negligible’ risk of HIV transmission with a suppressed viral load, Canadian public health officials tell prosecutors

The potential for sexual HIV transmission when a person living with HIV adheres to antiretroviral therapy and maintains an undetectable viral load is ‘negligible’, says the Public Health Agency of Canada, in a review conducted for the country’s Department of Justice. Moreover, the risk of transmission is ‘low’ when a person living with HIV is… Read More »

Could Teenage Personality Predict Mortality Risk Later In Life?

Researchers have known for a while that certain personality traits in adulthood are linked to health problems later on. For instance, being prone to anger has been connected to both immediate and future heart disease risk. And while not quite personality, but definitely psychology, a recent study showed that being bullied at work is also linked to cardiovascular risk… Read More »