Asked in Health, Biology, HIV and AIDS
Are HIV AIDS short term or long term?
AIDS is generally a disorder that keeps a person to survive for years (long term). It is particularly depending on the nature of the person's immunity. During this incubation time, viral loads in the blood increased, and causing impairment in the immunity, hence any opportunistic diseases such as Tuberculosis can occur. ...
Asked in Health
Can you get AIDs from using a pad wrapper from the bin to wipe yourself?
No. Â AIDS is something everyone worries about, but it is not a tough virus. Â It lives at normal body temperature and the virus dies very quickly when it is outside the body. It is almost impossible to get AIDS like that. Â The virus just won't survive long enough on a pad wrapper to infect you. Â ...
Asked in Mosquitoes, HIV and AIDS
If you cant get AIDS from a mosquito why do you get the West Nile?
The AIDS virus cannot survive in a mosquito's system. However, viruses like West Nile, Yellow fever and Malaria can. ...
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Does everyone with AIDS live shorter lives than people who do not?
Aids usually kills a victim within 10 years. usually because people who fall victim to aids don't actually die from AIDS, AIDs weakens one's immune system making it difficult for the victim of aids to survive an illness and will eventually die from not being able to combat an illness. ...
Asked in Animal Life, Turtles and Tortoises
How long can a snapping turtle survive without water?
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