Children with HIV at greater risk for impaired neurological development

New research in Zambia finds that children infected with HIV are significantly more likely to do worse in neurological assessments despite having well-controlled HIV disease, suggesting that they may struggle with cognitive and mental health issues. However, the research also indicates that early intervention — in the form of better nutrition and antiretroviral therapies — may help close the gap.

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