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The relationship of stigma to the sexual risk behavior of rural men who have sex with men.
Most studies of risky sexual behaviors of men who have sex with men (MSM) have been conducted in cities. Few have documented risky sexual behavior of rural men despite increases in rural HIV. FewerExpand
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The influence of stigma on the sexual risk behavior of rural men who have sex with men.
Research investigating predictors of risky sexual behavior of rural MSM is sparse, even though the prevalence of HIV in rural areas has increased. This study explored two sets of predictors of 93Expand
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Rotter's social learning theory and fear of crime : Differences by race and ethnicity
The authors used J. B. Rotter's social learning theory to test for differences, by race and ethnicity, in fear of crime. They expected the effects of three constructs composing social learningExpand
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Predictors of self-efficacy and self-rated health for older male inmates.
AIMS The aims of this study were to examine: (1) the relationships between self-efficacy for health management and (a) health-promoting behaviours, (b) health-monitoring behaviours, and (c)Expand
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Food Safety Knowledge and Practices of Low Income Adults in Pennsylvania
The purpose of this study was to assess the food safety knowledge and behavior of low income adult audiences. One hundred thirty-nine usable surveys were received from participants in theExpand
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Occupational and Nonoccupational Farm Fatalities Among Youth for 2000 Through 2012 in Pennsylvania
ABSTRACT Agriculture is one of the most hazardous industries in the United States. It is crucial to analyze the previously collected farm fatality data in Pennsylvania involving youth to identifyExpand
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A Multi-Year Analysis of Fatal Farm and Agricultural Injuries in Pennsylvania.
Agriculture, forestry, fishing, and hunting comprise the most hazardous industry in the U.S., and production agriculture accounts for the majority of fatalities in the industry. Using Penn State'sExpand
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Reducing care-resistant behaviors during oral hygiene in persons with dementia
BackgroundNursing home residents with dementia are often dependent on others for mouth care, yet will react with care-resistant behavior when receiving assistance. The oral health of these eldersExpand
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Profiles of rural nurses' use of personal protective equipment: a cluster analysis.
This study examined the relationship between profiles of rural registered nurses' levels of compliance with the use of personal protective equipment and HIV-related attitudes. Survey data wereExpand
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