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Substance abuse of both ilegal and illegal drugs among the youth the life style disease / behaviour and factors that contribute to the disease
Weegy: Socioeconomic factors, such as "being born poor," lack of parenting, bad influences. (More)
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How listyle disease of cancer behaviour impact on the teenager?
Weegy: Cancer may impact a teenager in a number of ways. Whether they are the ones suffering from cancer or have a parent or sibling suffering from cancer. (More)
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Explain factors that contribute to substance abuse of both legal and illegal drugs among the youth
Weegy: A teen may be more at risk of abusing drugs or alcohol if she has any family members who have engaged in substance abuse (the youth may see this always and will eventually try this out) , [ low self-esteem ( youth may think that substance abuse will make them superior because some substance may cause euphoria), poor academic performance (substance abuse will be their escape mechanism to the fact of having poor school performance) , living in poverty and easy access to drugs (brought about by influence in the environment) , having little to no supervision from caregivers and feeling rejected by peers or family, according to the MayoClinic.com. The more of these risks factors a teen has, the more likely she will turn to drugs or alcohol to deal with these problems. ] (More)
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Hiv recommendation and lifestyle behaviour
Weegy: Most learners had obtained their HIVAIDS knowledge from schools and a few did so from their parents. [ None of the learners had reportedly yet engaged in sexual activities and all had heard about HIV, but not all knew what HIV was, and even fewer could define AIDS. . The hope of slowing down the spread of HIV among young sexually active persons remains a challenge. The future of the AIDS epidemic will be shaped by the sexual behaviours of this younger age group since it is the least affected, hence the need to target HIV prevention strategies at this group while they are still likely to be HIV negative.If HIV prevention information is targeted at young age groups who adopt preventive sexual behaviours, there is a likelihood of lowering HIV and AIDS rates up to adulthood. Such behaviours include delaying their sexual debuts, avoiding sexual relations between the young women and older men, who are more likely to have had multiple sexual partners (and thus more likely to be HIV positive) than younger men. Having multiple sexual partners and alcohol and drug abuse should be avoided. Young men should not use the services of prostitutes ] (More)
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Hiv recommendation
Weegy: These recommendations for human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) testing are intended for all health-care providers in the public and private sectors, including those working in hospital emergency departments, urgent care clinics, inpatient services, [ substance abuse treatment clinics, public health clinics, community clinics, correctional health-care facilities, and primary care settings. The recommendations address HIV testing in health-care settings only. They do not modify existing guidelines concerning HIV counseling, testing, and referral for persons at high risk for HIV who seek or receive HIV testing in nonclinical settings (e.g., community-based organizations, outreach settings, or mobile vans). The objectives of these recommendations are to increase HIV screening of patients, including pregnant women, in health-care settings; foster earlier detection of HIV infection; identify and counsel persons with unrecognized HIV infection and link them to clinical and prevention services; and further reduce perinatal transmission of HIV in the United States. These revised recommendations update previous recommendations for HIV testing in health-care settings and for screening of pregnant women (CDC. Recommendations for HIV testing services for inpatients and outpatients in acute-care hospital settings. MMWR 1993;42[No. RR-2]:1- 10; CDC. Revised guidelines for HIV counseling, testing, and referral. MMWR 2001;50[No. RR-19]:1- 62; and CDC. Revised recommendations for HIV screening of pregnant women. MMWR 2001;50[No. ] (More)
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