Cindy M Schorzman

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PURPOSE This article describes adolescents' attitudes and practices toward body piercing and their awareness of associated health risks. METHODS An anonymous, 32-item, random, convenience-sample survey was administered to 225 participants, ages 12-21 years, at an urban, hospital-based, adolescent clinic. RESULTS The mean participant age was 16.5 +/- 2.1(More)
OBJECTIVE To describe the knowledge, attitudes, and practices of young adults toward body piercing. METHODS An anonymous 30-item survey was given to 103 undergraduate students at the campus health service of a large urban university. The questionnaire collected data on students' perceptions regarding the social acceptability of body piercing, their(More)
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