Campbell, L. M., Sun-Suslow, N., Heaton, A., Heaton, R. K., Ellis, R. J., Moore, D. J., & Moore, R. C. (2022). Fatigue is associated with worse cognitive and everyday functioning in older persons with HIV. AIDS, Publish Ahead of Print.
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- Fatigue is prevalent in people living with HIV and in older adults. Research has been associated with a wide range of psychosocial factors, including depression, anxiety, and poor quality of sleep, leading to overall poorer quality of life. Fatigue is also associated with comorbidities such as hypothyroidism, Hepatitis C, disease severity, and treatment status among PLWH. This study goes into detail about framing the relationship between fatigue, cognition, and everyday functioning in PLWH.