personal risk factor

personal risk factor

A person's risk factors for STD, in particular HIV, which include engaging in sexual activity with more than one partner, use of IV drugs, receiving money or drugs in exchange for sex, having been previously treated for STD, use of drugs or alcohol during sexual episodes–which are associated with nonuse of condoms. See Sexual work.
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Second, although it is a safe sport, you should find your personal risk factor profile.
Named online analytical processing (OLAP), the approach makes it possible for physicians to just use their system to provide patients with a personal risk factor and so advise on lifestyle changes or medication to lower their risk.
In the survey of 1,000 adults aged 35-65, 32% did not consider themselves to be at risk for a heart attack or stroke, although they did list at least one personal risk factor for these diseases.
Surgeons speaking during this press briefing will review the current literature and recommendations regarding screening, diagnostic and follow-up mammogram, ultrasound and breast magnetic resonance imaging for women based on their age, personal risk factors and family history.
The platform will support and organize campaigns for women's awareness about cervical cancer while UACC will send women a wakeup call about the risks of the disease and to help them take mandatory measures to reduce personal risk factors and their personal protection of developing disease as awareness is the first step in the prevention of the disease.
From ages 50 to 74, women should get mammograms every two years, though your doctor may recommend screenings earlier based on your personal risk factors.
The online coaching is to inform the participants among other things, on the topic, support to recognize the personal risk factors (psychoeducation), provide stress management strategies as well as practicing the shares to the development of countermeasures / relaxation techniques included for everyday life.
Live Heart Smart is targeted toward low-income, medically underserved residents of the Grand Rapids community become aware of their personal risk factors for cardiovascular disease as well as helping them identify and implement lifestyle changes that will assist them in becoming and remaining healthy.
The participants did not have a personal history of mental health problems but were all at risk for major depression due to family and other personal risk factors.
What the group didn't say, though, is that no women under 50 should be screened -- it left that up to the individual woman and her doctor to decide, based on her personal risk factors and preferences.
Common Sense Advice: Talk to your doctor, who can help you develop a screening schedule based on your age, lifestyle, and personal risk factors.
For women at average risk of ovarian cancer who are undergoing a hysterectomy for benign conditions, the decision should be individualized after appropriate informed consent, including a careful analysis of personal risk factors, concomitant disease, presence of gynecologic disease (endometriosis, chronic pain, infection), and age," wrote members of the SGO's clinical practice committee.

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