Definitions for "HIV/AIDS"
AIDS is a life-threatening disease that affects people's immune system, making them vulnerable to certain illnesses. AIDS is believed to be caused by the HIV virus, which is transmitted through the bodily fluids: semen, blood, including menstrual blood, vaginal discharge or breast milk. People can protect themselves from HIV/AIDS by using condoms when they have oral sex or penetrative sex. You cannot get HIV/AIDS from kissing or hugging.
Human Immunodeficiency Virus / Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome; Health
Human Immunodeficieny Virus/Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome
Keywords:  std, fact, sheets, transmitted, disease
A sexually transmitted disease, see STD Fact Sheets.
Keywords:  kidney, failure
Kidney failure