Impairments, activity limitations and participation restrictions: Among the men with casual partners, users of poppers had greater numbers of them during the previous year, including partners whose HIV status was unknown median 7 vs. However, few studies in recent years have characterized use. Unprotected receptive anal sex with HIV-positive partners and with casual partners regardless of serostatus was associated with seroconversion. We also examined the association between smoking status and use of mood-altering substances. Self-esteem was lowest in patients with major depressive disorder, eating disorders, and substance abuse. High-risk behaviors for transmission of syphilis and human immunodeficiency virus among crack cocaine-using women:
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Overall, less than a third were optimistic. The VLAS participants were more likely to report never using condoms during insertive and receptive anal intercourse with both regular and casual partners. High-risk sexual and substance use behaviours are self-reported and subject to under-reporting. Ours was not a random sam. Lampinen and Martin T. Get my own profile Cited by View all All Since Citations h-index 46 29 iindex The higher rates of risky UAI found with steady partners, even after correcting for NS, support the assumption that steady relationships provide a context that facilitates sexual risk-taking behaviour.
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