Researchers found that children with HIV had a fourfold increased likelihood of developing delays in speaking, sitting, standing and walking, as well as a twofold higher risk of developing cognitive delays or hearing impairments, compared with those without HIV. The findings in PLOS ONE were based on data involving 2,049 South African youths ages 4 to 6.
Developmental disabilities more likely among youths with HIV
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