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Barriers And Facilitators To Hiv Testing Among Residents Of A High Risk African American Community
HIV/AIDS is a leading cause of death among African Americans living in the United States. HIV testing is both an essential mechanism to support the accurate epidemiological tracking of the disease, and a crucial entry point ...
An Examination Of The Influence Of Mother-Child Communication And Maternal Monitoring On Sexual Behavior In African American High School Students
The enjoyment of physical contact and expressions of sexual feelings are normal experiences of adolescent development but have also been related to negative health consequences, with a higher prevalence among African ...
The Reverberating Influence Of Historical Trauma On The Health Of African Americans In Baltimore City
History details that Black residents of Baltimore City experienced historical trauma over multiple generations of segregation, forced displacement, physical and psychological violence, economic deprivation, and cultural ...