Nicole D Pukay-Martin

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Several studies have identified increased age as a risk factor for the development of cognitive impairment in human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)-infected subjects, but few have examined the potential synergistic effect of age and HIV serostatus on cognitive decline. The authors examined the possible combined effect of age and HIV serostatus on cognitive(More)
Previous studies have demonstrated an impact of stress on immune function, and recent studies have suggested an adverse effect of stress on the brain. However, no previous study has examined the impact of stress on cognitive function. This article examines the relationship between stress and cognitive function in 82 HIV-negative subjects and 251(More)
The effect of marijuana use on cognitive function is controversial. Although marijuana use is common in HIV-infected individuals for recreational and medicinal purposes, there have been no studies of the impact of marijuana on cognitive function in these subjects. Marijuana also has known immunologic effects, which increases the relevance in HIV-infected(More)
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