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Associations of Race/Ethnicity With HIV Prevalence and HIV-Related Behaviors Among Young Men Who Have Sex With Men in 7 Urban Centers in the United States
Abstract:Using data from a multisite venue-based survey of male subjects aged 15 to 22 years, we examined racial/ethnic differences in demographics, partner type, partner type-specific condom use,Expand
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Traditional maize processing techniques in the new world.
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Very Young Gay and Bisexual Men Are at Risk for HIV Infection: The San Francisco Bay Area Young Men's Survey II
Objectives: To compare HIV seroprevalence and sexual risk behavior among very young gay and bisexual men (aged 15‐17 years) and their older counterparts (aged 18‐22 years). To examine drug‐useExpand
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Pulse rate, blood pressure and body composition in black adolescents: the Philadelphia Blood Pressure Project.
Patterns of pulse rate, blood pressure (BP), and body size and composition are investigated in a black urban sample of over 600 adolescents (aged 12-17) in Philadelphia as part of the PhiladelphiaExpand
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The impact of HIV-1 infection on child survival in the developing world.
In this study we have used a mathematical projections model and HIV-1 seroprevalence data from samples of pregnant women to estimate infant HIV-1-infection prevalence and HIV-1-attributable mortalityExpand
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Resting Supine and Seated Blood Pressure Interrelations in Adolescence
Over the last decade there has been increasing interest in the measurement of blood pressure during childhood and adolescence. Generally, a number of investigators have hypothesized that elevatedExpand
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It is well established that weight is positively associated with blood pressure (BP) and that overweight is a significant risk factor for elevated BP. However, determining the relative importance ofExpand
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