Within the United States, the nation's capital - Washington, D.C. - had the highest rate of HIV infection in 2011, according to the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation. Other metropolitan areas like Los Angeles, New York, ... More »

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Although it only accounts for 5 percent of the world's population, the Southern Africa sub-region has the highest rates of HIV, according to Unicef. As of 2009, 7.3 percent of people in South Africa had HIV, with 48 perc... More »

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As of October 2015, cities in the United States with the highest murder rates include Milwaukee, St. Louis, Baltimore, Washington and New Orleans. Other high-murder cities are Kansas City, Chicago, Dallas, New York City ... More »

There is no currently known cure for HIV infection or AIDS, according to AVERT. Antiretroviral drugs can suppress HIV symptoms; however, they do not clear the infection completely. More »

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Within two to four weeks of HIV infection, many people experience flu-like symptoms, such as fever, swollen glands, sore throat, fatigue, rash and headache. Fever is the most common symptom, according to AIDS.gov. Some p... More »

According to the United States Department of Veteran Affairs, a negative HIV test means that no signs of HIV infection were detected. However, the implications of a negative HIV test depend on the sensitivity of the test... More »

Early symptoms of HIV infection in both men and women as fever, headache, tiredness and enlarged lymph nodes in the neck and groin, according to The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID). Many pat... More »

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