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Wonderful Mobile Web Designs Examples and Key Concepts - DesignSphere. Mobile web design is in continued expansion because of the use growing smartphone market. According to a study in July 2012 were already 6 Billion mobile subscribers worldwide (this equals to 87% of the world’s population). Maybe now not so many visitors come to the website trough mobile phones, but in the future this will change. People will use their smartphones, tablets and any other devices to access their favorite websites from anywhere. Because we are designers, we need to create more usable sites that work on all smartphone devices no matter what screen they have or their technical limitation, so below you can find some great mobile websites and some advices that will help you in your mobile web development. 1. Mesan Eco Motive Barrel New York The North Face G-Shock Cox Cable Special VW Beetle Lufthansa Bose Qualcomm

10 UX/UI mobile design tips to get undivided attention of your users - DesignSphere. Mobile Design Screen sizes are growing smaller and demand of these devices is growing very luxuriantly. With increased demand there comes a lot of competition in capturing the market. In this zest to capture the market all the mobile app developers try to come up with something new. The main fight is to provide optimum user experience in a limited screen area. Though, providing a panoramic view kind of look by a mobile app is certainly a difficult task but now mobile app developers keep the design interface simple try to provide high end functionalities which is completely different from a desktop experience. In short, the Mobile design trends of 2015 were primarily centered in delivering more and more features while keeping the design as simple as possible. 1. Google Material Design As we know that mobile screens are not that big which can give you a panoramic view kind of look like your website. 2.

Flat UI Kit by Riki Tanone 3. Social Media 4. Flat Social media Icons by Nagendra 5. 6. 7. Evaluation and Treatment of Weight Loss in Adults with HIV Disease. Weight loss late in the course of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) disease is common and often multifactorial. Increased energy expenditure in response to opportunistic disease, as well as to HIV infection itself, can lead to protein–calorie malnutrition similar to that observed in starvation.

Weight loss of as little as 5 percent in patients with HIV infection is associated with an increased risk of disease progression. Loss of body cell mass carries a particularly poor prognosis, and aggressive measures should be taken to stop such depletion. Patients exhibiting unexpected weight loss should be carefully examined to exclude decreased food intake, malabsorption, occult infection or neoplasm as the etiology of the weight loss. Early aggressive treatment of HIV disease and underlying opportunistic pathology, along with adequate pharmacologic, hormonal, nutritional and physical therapy, can often restore normal weight and body composition. Pathogenesis Identifying Contributing Factors. HIV/AIDS. What is HIV? The human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infects cells of the immune system, destroying or impairing their function.

Infection with the virus results in progressive deterioration of the immune system, leading to "immune deficiency. " The immune system is considered deficient when it can no longer fulfil its role of fighting infection and disease. Infections associated with severe immunodeficiency are known as "opportunistic infections", because they take advantage of a weakened immune system. What is AIDS? Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) is a term which applies to the most advanced stages of HIV infection.

It is defined by the occurrence of any of more than 20 opportunistic infections or HIV-related cancers. How is HIV transmitted? HIV can be transmitted through unprotected sexual intercourse (vaginal or anal), and oral sex with an infected person; transfusion of contaminated blood; and the sharing of contaminated needles, syringes or other sharp instruments. Drugs, Alcohol and HIV - HIV/AIDS. Evaluation and Treatment of Weight Loss in Adults with HIV Disease. HIV/AIDS Basics. Daily Living with HIV/AIDS - HIV/AIDS. HIV/AIDS Basics. HIV/AIDS. HIV/AIDS Basics - HIV/AIDS. The 14 Best HIV iPhone & Android Apps of 2014. Software. SAHARA: Sistas Accessing HIV/AIDS Resources At a click. SAHARA: Sistas Accessing HIV/AIDS Resources At a click Investigators: Ralph DiClemente, Gina Wingood, Deja Hunger, Tamara Kuhn, Tabitha Benner, Julie Solomon, & Josefina J.

Card SAHARA is an interactive, computer-based intervention that is gender relevant and culturally sensitive for African-American women, ages 18-29. Designed for implementation in clinical or community-based settings, the two-session interactive, intervention emphasizes ethnic and gender pride, HIV risk-reduction information, sexual negotiation skills, proper condom use, and development of partner norms supportive of consistent condom use. Social cognitive theory and the theory of gender and power provide the intervention's theoretical foundation.

Throughout the two 60-90-minute sessions, the curriculum focuses on how gender roles, commitment to a relationship, and a woman's lack of power in a relationship may affect her ability (and willingness) to implement consistent HIV risk reduction behaviors.