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HIV/AIDS

19 August 2013

HIV patients get a lift from exercise

Regular exercise can give a brain boost to people with HIV, according to a new study.

Regular exercise can give a brain boost to people with HIV, according to a new study.

Their study included 335 people with HIV who were asked how much they exercised. They also underwent testing to assess seven brain functions commonly affected by HIV: verbal fluency, working memory, speed of information processing, learning, recall, executive function and motor function.

 

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