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Spiritual activities as a resistance resource for women with human immunodeficiency virus.
BACKGROUND Few studies have investigated the role that spiritual activities play in the adaptational outcomes of women with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) disease. OBJECTIVE To examine the roleExpand
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Resources, stigma, and patterns of disclosure in rural women with HIV infection.
A growing number of cases of HIV infection are being diagnosed in rural communities especially among women. Although HIV-specific education and care delivery programs have been focused on rural areasExpand
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Disclosure of HIV infection: how do women decide to tell?
This descriptive study explores the phenomenon of disclosure of HIV infection by women. Specifically, we examined women's level of disclosure to various groups and how these disclosure decisions areExpand
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Quality of life in HIV-infected women in the south-eastern United States.
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the relative importance of social (social support, material resources, disclosure, and family functioning) and psychological factors (stigma, emotionalExpand
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Physiological and Psychological Correlates of Fatigue in HIV Disease
Fatigue is a frequent symptom reported by persons living with HIV disease and one that affects all aspects of quality of life. To improve quality of care of persons with HIV disease, it is importantExpand
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HIV Infection Returning to Mexico With Migrant Workers: An Exploratory Study
Men migrating to the United States are at high risk of acquiring HIV and spreading it to their wives and children in Mexico. Yet there is limited understanding of this phenomenon from the perspectiveExpand
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Decisions to Have a Baby by HIV-Infected Women
As the epidemiologic picture of HIV changes to include increased numbers of women of childbearing age, particularly those of African American heritage and thosefrom rural southern cultures, those whoExpand
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Self-care activities of women infected with human immunodeficiency virus.
The article describes a qualitative focus group study exploring the self-care activities undertaken by women testing positive for human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) to promote and maintain theirExpand
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The care of women with AIDS: special needs and considerations.
The growing number of women being diagnosed with HIV/AIDS mandates the need to focus attention on the special needs of this population. Although women have many of the same devastating physicalExpand
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Lightweight and Secure PUF Key Storage Using Limits of Machine Learning
A lightweight and secure key storage scheme using silicon Physical Unclonable Functions (PUFs) is described. Expand
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