HAD


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HAD

abbreviation for HIV-associated dementia.
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Nearly 77 percent of participants believed they had learned information at the workshop that was useful to their jobs.
girls, having tried drinking by ages 12 or 13 was associated with reporting having had intercourse by ages 14 or 15.
Nevertheless, the sample C formed by the POY type spin-drawing process had the smallest heat shrinkage at 150 [degrees] C, the high toughness type sample B had the largest heat shrinkage, and the sample A lay midway there between.
Adolescents who had used a condom only or withdrawal at last sex were significantly less likely than those who had used a hormonal method to report parental knowledge (0.
Compared with women who were 30 or older when they entered the study, younger age-groups had higher odds of having a female condom slip out (odds ratios, 2.
A significantly greater proportion of visits by condom users than of those by nonusers recorded patients' having ever had more than 10 sexual partners (58% vs.
having had five or more drinks in a row) in the last 30 days and nonuse of condoms at last sex were associated with increased odds of having had a single partner during the last three months rather than none (odds ratios, 1.
In response to questionnaire items about emotional reactions to intercourse, 37% of participants reported feeling good about themselves no more than half the time they had sex, 22% said that sex feels comfortable no more than half the time and 19% said that sex feels good only half the time or less.
The odds of having discussed pregnancy and STD prevention at that visit were significantly elevated among females who had had intercourse (3.
Reports of concurrent partnerships were far more common among men who had ever had a male partner (60%) than among those who had only ever had female partners (25%).
Logistic regression analyses that controlled for ethnicity, age and school type revealed that bisexually active youths had significantly higher odds of having had an STD (odds ratio, 5.
Researchers initially collected physical, behavioral and demographic data from 256 very-low-birth-weight participants and 366 controls who had a normal birth weight at age eight; 242 participants and 233 controls were interviewed again at age 20.