The AIDS drug cocktail may have just got better. Replacing protease inhibitors--the medication that first lifted the death sentence for thousands of aids patients--with a new drug, Sustiva, seems to reduce HIV to undetectable levels in 50% more patients. Sustiva benefits kids too. When added to cocktails that contain protease inhibitors, it doubles the chances that the virus will be undetectable. Another big advantage: unlike protease inhibitors, Sustiva need be taken only once a day.
What's better for a child with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder--behavior therapy or medications like Ritalin? The answer is, well, complicated. A...