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HIV-Positive Men More At Risk for Heart Disease

The risk for heart disease may be higher among men living with HIV. A new study found that HIV-positive men were more likely to have buildup in their arteries than HIV-negative men. This raises the chance of blockage and heart disease, the Huffington Post writes. It’s believed that AIDS medications may play into this disparity. 

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