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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 ...
The Association Of Hiv Knowledge, Attitudes, And Beliefs With Sexual Behavior Among A Sample Of Adolescents And Young Adults In Nigeria
In 2005, more than 25 million adults and children worldwide were living with HIV/AIDS and more than 75% of these were in sub-Saharan Africa. Studies indicate that the incidence of HIV infection and the prevalence of high-risk ...
Association Between Educational Attainment And Sexual Behaviors Related To Hiv/Aids In Two Sub-Saharan African Countries
Human Immunodeficiency Virus and Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (HIV/AIDS) is a public health problem. Worldwide, about 24 million people have died from AIDS and 33.3 million are infected with HIV. Africa accounts ...
The Association Of Locus Of Control, Social Support And Family Structure With Self-Disclosure Among Hiv Infected Adolescents Aged 13-21.
Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) continues to be a significant health issue in the United States. While there have been considerable advances in preventing vertical transmission of HIV (transmission from mother to child), ...
Examining The Relationship Between Program Support And Adherence To Highly Active Anti-Retroviral Therapy (Haart) In Kenya And Zambia: The Role Of Art Knowledge On This Relationship
Highly Active Antiretroviral Therapy (HAART) adherence is critical to slowing down reproduction of the AIDS virus and ensuring viral load suppression in people living with the disease. Few studies have assessed how well ...