1. chemstry

    the hiv virus that causes aids destroys the immune system in the body. classify the hiv virus and explain the statement
  2. chemistry urgent urgent

    ... the hiv virus that causes aids destroys the immune system in the body. classify the hiv virus and explain the statement.
  3. biology

    explain how the hiv virus destroys the immune system.
  4. biology

    Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), the virus that causes AIDS, is unique because its main genetic instructions are in the form of RNA instead of DNA. Because of this, it’s called a(n) (A) __________. When a person is infected with HIV, the immune system
  5. HCA 240

    I need help with this assignment about HIV/AIDS: An Overview its due sunday. I have to compose a 1,300 to 1,450 word paper in APA format. I have to explain the difference between HIV and AIDS, Descride various ways HIV can be transmitted, Identify and
  6. hiv/aids management)

    discussthe history of hiv/aids,and development and the spread of hiv/aids virus global
  7. Biostatstics

    Question: The New York State Health Department reports a 10% rate of the HIV virus for the “at-risk” population. Under certain conditions, a preliminary screening test for the HIV virus is correct 95% of the time. (Subjects are not told that they are
  8. Biology

    Can you explain what the quality of the reverse transcriptase in the HIV virus has to do with the problem that there is still no vaccine against the HIV virus?
  9. Health (Ms. Sue)

    Discuss at least four things you can do to contribute to HIV and AIDS education and prevention. A: There are several actions you can take to contribute to HIV and AIDS education and prevention. Such actions include: 1. encouraging those who are sexually
  10. STI'S

    Hiv makes you immune to aids? is this true? You can get hiv from someone who doesnt have hiv? false?
  11. science

    how our body serum produce the anti bodies against the HIV virus, whenever HIV enter in to the body, it will degrades the receptors of the cell, so there is no chance of produce the antibodies, then how can we identify the antibodies in the sample by using
  12. HIV questions

    In the latter srage of the dieases known as AIDS the infected person often comes down with an opportunistic disease these infections are diseases which a healthy persons immune system would usually protect against? true (my choice) false Results of testing
  13. Managerial Economics

    Suppose your company is considering three health insurance policies. The first policy requires no tests and covers all preexisting illnesses. The second policy requires that all covered employees test negative for the HIV virus. The third policy does not
  14. Biology

    19. Which is NOT a general characteristic of plants? a. use oxygen to make usable energy b. primary producers c. have specialized cells d. cell walls composed of cellulose I think it might be either A or B... 24. During initial HIV infection, the HIV virus
  15. Story-Making

    For Health, we have to do a report on AIDS/HIV, we can do anything we want as long as it explains what AIDS/HIV is. I wanted to do a fictional story about it. What type of storyline should I do and where can I find info for AIDS/HIV.
  16. Health (Ms. Sue)--Is my answer correct?

    Compare the ways that HIV can and cannot be transmitted. A: 6. HIV can be spread in many ways that involves physical contact that can result in the virus being led into a person’s body. Such ways include sexual activity with an infected person, sharing
  17. HIV and AIDS

    The cure for HIV and AIDS is: a. unknown b. HIV vaccines c. drug "cocktails" d. antibiotics
  18. Health (Ms. Sue)

    Explain the relationship between the key terms in each of the following pairs. a. HIV-antibody test and HIV positive b. HIV and universal precautions A: a. HIV-antibody test and HIV positive correspond with each other as HIV positive, which describes a
  19. hiv/aids management)

    explain in no more than 500 words the history of the development and spread of the HIV/AIDS globally
  20. science

    How many DALYs are lost by a person who has a life expectancy of 74, contracts HIV/AIDS at the age of 40 and lives until the age of 60? This person receives antiretroviral medication two years after she/he contracts HIV/AIDS until she/he dies. [The
  21. Bio

    HIV has become one of the most feared diseases of the world community in the last few decades. Antiviral drugs have been developed that help treat the disease, although no cure has yet been found. Many pharmaceutical approaches are being investigated to
  22. Maths

    Suppose that the reliability of a HIV test is specified as follows: Of people having HIV, 90% of the test detect the disease but 10% go undetected. Of people free of HIV, 99% of the test are judged HIV–ive but 1% are diagnosed as showing HIV+ive. From a
  23. Maths

    Suppose that the reliability of a HIV test is specified as follows: Of people having HIV, 90% of the test detect the disease but 10% go undetected. Of people free of HIV, 99% of the test are judged HIV–ive but 1% are diagnosed as showing HIV+ive. From a
  24. Life orientation

    Factors that contribute to HIV&AIDs and discuss how HIV&AIDS impact on the teenager how to overcome this disease
  25. Biology

    19. Which is NOT a general characteristic of plants? a. use oxygen to make usable energy b. primary producers c. have specialized cells d. cell walls composed of cellulose I think it might be either A or B... 20. Which of the following are characteristics
  26. Biology

    19. Which is NOT a general characteristic of plants? a. use oxygen to make usable energy b. primary producers c. have specialized cells d. cell walls composed of cellulose I think it might be either A or B... 20. Which of the following are characteristics
  27. life orientation

    about hiv/aids;which problem impacts does HIV/AIDS have on human or the environment?
  28. Life orientation

    1: In 10-15 lines critically discuss 5 ways in which the human or environmental problem impacts on the community ( HIV AIDS ). 2: Provide recommendations on how to address HIV AIDS. Thank you!:-)
  29. Biology

    41. HIV has become one of the most feared diseases of the world community in the last few decades. Antiviral drugs have been developed that help treat the disease, although no cure has yet been found. Many pharmaceutical approaches are being investigated
  30. health

    11. Which of the following systems would be the portal of entry for contaminated vaginal secretions? A. Nervous C. Genitourinary B. Lymphatic D. Musculoskeletal12. A patient showing Kaposi’s sarcoma is also likely to be infected with A. ARC. C.
  31. SCI 162

    Case Study: Gayle and Patrick Read the following case study about Gayle and Patrick. You may also click on the Audio: Thinking It Over if you prefer to listen to the case study. After reviewing the case study, answer the questions on below. Gayle and
  32. health

    11. Which of the following systems would be the portal of entry for contaminated vaginal secretions? A. Nervous C. Genitourinary B. Lymphatic D. Musculoskeletal ANSWER: C 12. A patient showing Kaposi’s sarcoma is also likely to be infected with A. ARC.
  33. Peinciples of Management

    a 31 year old female contracted HIV human immunodeficiency syndrome) Ordinarily harmless infections are deadly to her. Which answer below best explains how her antibody-response (b cell immunity) became weakened even though HIV primarily infects cells
  34. P.E. help please

    Your body gets antibodies from A. immunizations B. being exposed to the virus or antibody and having your immune system make it. C. none of the above D. All of the above I'm a little confused on which answer to pick between A and D.
  35. Health help please!!!

    Your body can get antibodies from A. immunizations B. being exposed to the virus or antibody and having your immune system make it C. none of the above D. all of the above I want to say the answer is D but the none of the above is throwing me off? Am I
  36. Virus :P

    A virus spreads in a small town. What should first do to find a vaccine for the virus? I narrow it down to "Idenify the Virs" and "Idenify the host of the virus" I say identify the host of the virus first.
  37. Biology-HIV-AIDS

    I need to know 3 things an HIV+ mother can do to prevent the spread of the infection to her child.
  38. science

    HIV. B. Reed-Sternberg cells. C. Epstein-Barr virus. D. ARC
  39. Physical Education

    Your body can get antibodies from? A. Immunizations. B. Being exposed to the virus or antibody and having your immune system make it. C. None of the above D. All of the above D? I don't know though becuase All of the above is under none of the above. Im
  40. Biology

    Which one of the folowing participate in the body's second line of defense? A.Tissue liningsof the respiratory system B. Interferons C. Skin cells D. Saliva http://www.amnh.org/nationalcenter/infection/03_inf/03_inf.html For virus, B is the choice, as
  41. Finite Math

    A certain virus infects one in every 500 people. A test used to detect the virus in a person is positive 90% of the time if the person has the virus and 10% of the time if the person does not have the virus. Find the probability that a person does not have
  42. Bio

    Why do doctors recommend that people get a flu shot each new flu season? The vaccine wears out over time. The body eliminates the vaccine. The flu virus changes every year. The flu virus becomes immune to the vaccine.
  43. Health Part 2

    People living with HIV can have a longer and healthier life by ________. A. Joining a support group B. Taking their medicines C. Learning as much as possible about HIV and available treatments D. All of the above I'm guessing D? What percentage of all
  44. Biology

    41. A group calling itself "Virus Alive!" believes that viruses are living organisms. They have petitioned the scientific community to include viruses in the biological classification system. You are a scientist assigned to explain to this group that,
  45. Biology

    41. HIV has become one of the most feared diseases of the world community in the last few decades. Antiviral drugs have been developed that help treat the disease, although no cure has yet been found. Many pharmaceutical approaches are being investigated
  46. Biology

    41. HIV has become one of the most feared diseases of the world community in the last few decades. Antiviral drugs have been developed that help treat the disease, although no cure has yet been found. Many pharmaceutical approaches are being investigated
  47. science virus

    i have a question do you think the influenza virus is a active or hidden virus and explain, im really not sure. i said active cause once you get it you feel the sympton right away. can you help me with this?
  48. help please on this

    Making a vaccine for HIV is difficult because the virus has a rapid rate of (A)__________. This is because it is a(n) (B)________ - its genetic material is RNA instead of DNA.
  49. health

    Which of the following is true about HIV testing? A. Testing isn't normally necessary as HIV symptoms manifest early and are distinctive. B. A positive HIV test result doesn't require follow-up tests, due to the high accuracy of the testing. C. Some HIV
  50. allied health

    Which of the following is true about HIV testing? a. testing isn't normally necessary as HIV symptoms manifest early and are distinctive. b. A positive HIV test result doesn't require follow-up tests, due to the high accuracy of the testing. c. Some HIV
  51. Health

    30. There is a cure for STDs caused by a virus -True? 34. Donating blood puts a person at risk for contracting HIV -False? Thanks -MC
  52. science

    I have a question I was wondering if someone could give me a link or idea how to find the answer: What structure on HIV makes it necessary for the virus to be transmitted in moist secretions?
  53. health

    the nurse explains that the HIV virus is introuduced to the systemic circulation by the -----------,which are found in the mucous membranes i need so much help on this question i have been trying to figure this put for the past two days please help?
  54. Health (Ms. Sue)

    Describe the relationship between the HIV-antibody test and being HIV positive. A: The HIV-antibody test and being HIV positive correspond with each other as HIV positive is one of the results of the HIV-antibody test?
  55. science

    13. A procedure used to remove kidney stones by breaking them up in the urinary tract and allowing them to wash out with urine is A. ureterolithotomy. C. lithotripsy. B. lithopaxy. D. nephrolithotomy. 14. The convulsive stage of toxemia of pregnancy is A.
  56. Body systems and related conditions

    Report for HIV/AIDS
  57. English: final revision - Ms. Sue

    Thesis: The pathetic and alarming need for education of HIV/AIDS in Africa is overwhelming and the great need is to protect and educate people to reduce the disease. The author uses his wisdom to research statistics that are so compelling; the world has to
  58. English

    Correct this: The virus may cause AIDS, cancer, or even kill. Do I need to add a word in front of cancer? Would this be correct? The virus may cause AIDS, produce cancer, or even kill.
  59. microbiology

    A patient was seropositive for HIV experieced abdominal pain, fatigue, and low-grade fever for 2 weeks. A chest x-ray showed lung infultrates. Gram and acid fast stains were negative. Viral culture showed a large enveloped polyhedral virus with double
  60. English- Ms. Sue

    Identify the thesis statement in the article AIDS in Africa: Dying by the numbers. What strategies does the author use to formulate his argument? What makes the argument so compelling? Answer: Thesis: The pathetic and alarming need for education of
  61. CAN A TUTOR HELP ME WITH THIS PROBLEM PLEASE!

    A certain virus infects one in every 600 people. A test used to detect the virus in a person is positive 90% of the time if the person has the virus and 10% of the time if the person does not have the virus. Let A be the event "the person is infected" and
  62. Computer Viruses

    A virus that infects an application program is known as a _________. a) boot sector virus b) macro virus c) Trojan horse d) file virus From what I understand, both macro viruses and file viruses affect application programs such as Word and Excel. So which
  63. health

    While taking medications, people with HIV ________. A. Can transmit HIV infection to others through unprotected sex B. Cannot transmit HIV to others through unprotected sex C. Cannot transmit HIV to others through needle sharing D. All of the above
  64. Stats

    the director of an insurance companies computing center estimates that the companies computer has a 20% chance of catching a computer virus. However they feel that there is only a 6% chance of the computers catching a virus that will completely disable the
  65. health/English

    Could someone check if Health research is well written, Please See below or this: http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1171501206 Please check if its better and could you suggest a Title, Thank YOU From 1950 to 1959 scientific researches were studing
  66. college

    There is a debate about whether sterile needles should be given out in cities with high drug use. Some say that doing so will decrease HIV/AIDS from sharing needles. Others believe it will encourage drug use. As an economist, you must know the following:
  67. Economics

    There is a debate about whether sterile needles should be given out in cities with high drug use. Some say that doing so will decrease HIV/AIDS from sharing needles. Others believe it will encourage drug use. As an economist, you must know the following:
  68. Physics help please!!!

    In February 2004, scientists at Purdue University used a highly sensitive technique to measure the mass of a vaccinia virus (the kind used in smallpox vaccine). The procedure involved measuring the frequency of oscillation of a tiny sliver of silicon (just
  69. Anatomy and Physiology II

    A 45 year-old female has thyroid disease. Because specific prosperities of the thyroid gland classify it as an endocrine organ, you conclude that this disease is an endocrine disease. Which answer below best describes the properties that classify the
  70. Conditional Probability

    A certain virus infects one in every 400 people. A test used to detect the virus in a person is positive 90% of the time if the person has the virus and 10% of the time if the person does not have the virus. Let A be the event "the person is infected" and
  71. Conditional Probability

    A certain virus infects one in every 600 people. A test used to detect the virus in a person is positive 90% of the time if the person has the virus and 10% of the time if the person does not have the virus. Let A be the event "the person is infected" and
  72. Life orintation

    Explain 5 factors that contribute to the disease HIV AIDS
  73. Biostatistic

    A study is conducted in patient with HIV. Lower CD4 count is associated with advance disease. The researcher is interested in finding out the relation between supplement vitamins and CD4 count. A multiple regression analysis is performed relating CD4 count
  74. medical terminology

    Could someone please check my answers. If they are wrong could you give me the correct answer or tell me where to find it..Thanks in advance for all your help... 1.Uremia is the result of A. electrolye imbalance in the intracellular body fluids. B. a high
  75. medical terminology

    Could someone please check my answers. If they are wrong could you give me the correct answer or tell me where to find it..Thanks in advance for all your help... 1.Uremia is the result of A. electrolye imbalance in the intracellular body fluids. B. a high
  76. Physics

    A spherical virus has a diameter of 50mm . It is contained inside a long, narrow cell of length . What uncertainty does this imply for the velocity of the virus along the length of the cell? Assume the virus has a density equal to that of water.
  77. science

    How do scientists know how to make a flu vaccine if viruses can be different every year? he flu virus changes every year. However, scientists gather information about virus mutations, or changes, before the flu-virus season begins. This lets them predict
  78. chemistry

    A viral preparation was inactivated in a chemical bath. The activation process was found to be first order in virus concentration. The beginning of the experiment 2% of the virus was found to be inactivated per minute. [i] Evaluate k for the inactivation
  79. health

    Identify and explain at least two ways that HIV and AIDS has changed our way of life forever. can you please help me? i cannot even come with one. thanks!!!
  80. Virus

    Can a virus attach to your cells and steal nutrients from it? Answer: Yes. Can a virus attach to your cell and burst it by filling it up with water? Answer: No Correct?
  81. hiv/aids management)

    discuss the benefits and drawbacks of having a vegetarian diet for people with aids.
  82. Statistics

    In a blood clinic, each donor is asked to write on a piece of paper if they are HIV positive or not. To maintain privacy, before the donor writes on the paper, he throws a six-sided dice. If the dice is 6, then he is supposed to write “HIV Positive”
  83. statistics

    Suppose that one in every 100 people in a certain community is infected with HIV. You want to indentify an HIV-positive person to include inn a study of an experimental new drug. How many indiviuals would you expect to have to interview in order to find
  84. Medical Billing

    Hi. I am working on my Final Project for my medical billing class. I am filling out a CMS-1500 form. The teacher has instructed us to code ONLY the diagnosis code CATEGORIES, NOT the ICD-9 code. I am confused about what the code CATEGORY is? We are coding
  85. hiv/aids management)

    given the constraints of budgets and time,schools are advised not to educate children on health and nutrition.Do you agree with the statement?justify your answer(25marks)
  86. Science

    what are some barriers to solve the zika virus problem? What are some possible solutions for zika virus problem? According to the off the podium article about zika virus. tnx a lot .
  87. LIFE ORIENTATION

    describe the lifestyle disease/behavour and explain 5 factor that contribute to the HIV/AIDS DISEASES
  88. Biostatistic

    A study is conducted in a patient with HIV.Lower CD4 count is associated with advance disease. A researcher is interested in the association between vitamin supplement and CD4 count.A MULTIPLE REGRESSION ANALYSIS is performed relating CD4count to the use
  89. Biology

    41. A group calling itself "Virus Alive!" believes that viruses are living organisms. They have petitioned the scientific community to include viruses in the biological classification system. You are a scientist assigned to explain to this group that,
  90. Statistics - Probability

    Viruses reach networks by requests for communication that are identified as packets. A security system can detect them if at least one such packet is observed by a network sensor. Assume that the probability of observing a single packet sent from a new
  91. Geo

    I had to find some definitions for geography. I know the french isn't good...but i'll correct that. My definitions aren't very long...and i need help on expanding them SIDA: Le syndrome de l'immunodéficience acquise (en Anglais c'est AIDS – acquired
  92. Physicsss

    A typical virus is a packet of protein and DNA (or RNA) and can be spherical in shape. The influenza A virus is a spherical virus that has a diameter of 85 nm. If the volume of saliva coughed onto you by your friend with the flu is 0.023 cm3 and 10−9
  93. Geo - in french

    I had to find some definitions for geography. I know the french isn't good...but i'll correct that. My definitions aren't very long...and i need help on expanding them SIDA: Le syndrome de l'immunodéficience acquise (en Anglais c'est AIDS – acquired
  94. Check Answer!! Conditional Probability

    A certain virus infects one in every 500 people. A test used to detect the virus in a person is positive 90% of the time if the person has the virus and 10% of the time if the person does not have the virus. Let A be the event "the person is infected" and
  95. STATISTIC ****HELP****

    The tests done to determine if someone is HIV positive are called Enzyme immunoassay or EIA tests. The test screens a blood sample for the presence of antibodies to HIV. Like most tests, this test is not perfect. The table below shows the approximate
  96. Statistic help ASAP Please

    The tests done to determine if someone is HIV positive are called Enzyme immunoassay or EIA tests. The test screens a blood sample for the presence of antibodies to HIV. Like most tests, this test is not perfect. The table below shows the approximate
  97. help ASAP Statistic

    The tests done to determine if someone is HIV positive are called Enzyme immunoassay or EIA tests. The test screens a blood sample for the presence of antibodies to HIV. Like most tests, this test is not perfect. The table below shows the approximate
  98. Statistics:Experiments

    Experiments The drug AZT was the first effective treatment for AIDS. An important medical experiment demonstrated that regular doses of AZT delay the onset of symptoms in people whom HIV is present. The researchers who carried out this experiment wanted to
  99. AP Stats

    Viruses are infectious agents that often cause diseases in plants. Different viruses have different potency levels, and this fact can be used to detect whether a new virus is infecting plants in the field. In a potency comparison experiment, two viruses
  100. AP Statistics

    Viruses are infectious agents that often cause diseases in plants. Different viruses have different potency levels, and this fact can be used to detect whether a new virus is infecting plants in the field. In a potency comparison experiment, two viruses