Maraviroc and metformin fail to control NAFLD in people living with HIV

The MAVMET study, the first randomized controlled trial of maraviroc (Selzentry) with or without metformin, failed to reduce liver fat in people living with HIV and nonalcoholic fatty liver disease compared to placebo – and in some cases prolonged use actually increased liver fat. And that means clinicians like Yvonne …

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Governor Hochul announces start of construction of $ 22 million supportive housing development in central Harlem

Governor Kathy Hochul today announced the start of construction of a $ 22 million LGBTQ supportive housing project for formerly homeless young adults. Known as Homeward Central Harlem, the development will include 50 apartments with on-site support services provided by Homeward NYC. “Every New Yorker deserves to have a safe …

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Garrison Commanders Focus on SNAIR Procedures at November Community Information Forum | Item

FORT LEONARD WOOD, Mo. – Senior Garrison leaders virtually hosted the November Community Information Forum via the Fort Léonard Wood Facebook page November 3. The monthly forum is designed to be an exchange of information and dialogue between the garrison and the community on a range of topics and interests …

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Kenyan Ambassador to France Judy Wakhungu celebrated by Penn State University

Pennsylvania State University has named Judy Wakhungu of Kenya as the recipient of the 2022 Graduate School Alumni Society (GSAS) Humanitarian Award. The award recognizes a former student with a graduate degree from Penn State who has had a positive societal impact on the well-being of humanity beyond the responsibilities …

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New study evaluating how a history of COVID-19 may affect mRNA vaccine response

The AIDS Clinical Trials Group (ACTG), the world’s largest HIV research network, which recently expanded its scope to include the evaluation of outpatient treatment of COVID-19[female[feminine, today announced the launch of A5404, a clinical trial investigating how a previous infection with SARS-CoV-2 and receiving either an investigational COVID-19 treatment or …

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Here is an overview of the business news from the Mahoning Valley

Also among today’s business updates: YO! application ; Magic Tree Pub and Restaurant; Kravitz delicatessen; and the AAA East Central Gas Price Report. AUSTINTOWN – Golden Star Theaters Austintown Cinema will be hosting a big reopening event Friday through Sunday to celebrate its first anniversary. The event will include an …

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Claussen, Finch, Malone and Pilcher-Hayek win Iowa City Community School Board election

JP Claussen and Ruthina Malone were re-elected to the Iowa City Community School District Board of Directors. Jayne Finch and Maka Pilcher-Hayek were both elected for their first terms on the board. The other candidates for the three four-year terms on the board were Krista Burrus and Sheila Pinter. With …

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Kenya McKnight-Ahad: “She’s smart; she is engaged. … She is a fighter.

Editor’s Note: Finance & Commerce publishes the first in a series of five articles that will introduce readers to Blacks, Indigenous people and people of color [BIPOC] developers and their projects in and around the Twin Cities. Each story highlights some of the opportunities and challenges faced by developers of …

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Confront winter depression with this therapist’s 9 strategies

Be resilient to winter depression with these tips Gear Akyurt As the days get shorter and the temperature drops, many of us begin to experience a familiar feeling of heaviness. Activities that previously seemed “low intensity” – social events, workouts, and tracking from our various inboxes – suddenly sparks irritation …

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Genesee health system seeks community input on use of mileage funds

GENESEA COUNTY, Michigan (WJRT) – Community contribution, wanted and needed. Earlier this year, the Genesee Health System adopted a $ 9.4 million mental health budget to help fund county-wide programs that will better meet the mental health needs of communities. GHS currently only receives funding through Medicaid, but not everyone …

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