Many of us make commitments to ourselves at the beginning of the new year to focus on our health and well-being. HIV.gov offers these tips and tools that might help you stay on track.
Can HIV or HIV treatment affect diet and nutrition? Why is exercise important? What does smoking do to a person with HIV? Answers from CDC.
In a recent study, older men who engaged in high-intensity aerobic exercise (but not moderate intensity) showed a significantly increased their ability to maximize their use of oxygen.
Physical therapist and fitness trainer Greg Rothman provides details of a short strength training workout to improve your overall physical fitness.
Learn about physical activity and exercise -- what they are and how much you need to stay healthy. Also get low-tech tips on how to get moving!
Taking your meds is a great first step, but if you want a healthy life with HIV, you need to get up and dance to better health!
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The first person living with what used to be called "full-blown AIDS" to run the Boston Marathon, Stephen Kovacev, tells of running it one year after the Boston bombing tragedy.
Living With HIV, Surviving the Boston Marathon Attack and Running the NYC Marathon: A Blog Entry by Stephen Kovacev
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