High Risk Behaviour

A lifestyle activity that places a person at increased risk of suffering a particular condition, illness or injury
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Leicestershire Fire and Rescue and the Police road safety team joined public services at the college to highlight the high risk behaviour that can lead to fatal accidents, including the quartet of driving while using a mobile phone, driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, not wearing a seatbelt and speeding.
The new law allows pregnant women aged 15 and below as well as those engaged in high risk behaviour to be tested without parental consent.
It has also partnership with Akhuwat and Walled City of Lahore Authority for transgenders' counseling and tests of people with high risk behaviour, said Dr Altaf.
Imran Nazir said, 'The PACP has been laying special emphasis on people indulging in high risk behaviour. The Program has set up camps in 20 cities and has tested over 22,000 bus and truck drivers for Hep.
"The enforcement by An Garda Siochana continues to focus on high risk behaviour, such as speeding, drink or drug driving, non-use of seatbelts, reckless driving, use of mobile phones and on identi-fied vulnerable road users, including learner drivers.
The authors approached patients admitted for alcohol dependence syndrome and used the event analysis technique which involves inquiring about occurrence of high risk behaviour in temporal association with significant alcohol use as defined for the purpose of the study from patients and corroborated by their relatives.
Now, anyone who does not engage in high risk behaviour - such as sharing needles or having unprotected sex - may become a donor, whether they are straight or gay.
High risk behaviour has sent other sexually transmitted diseases spiralling.
The project is providing access to youth practising high risk behaviour for STDs and HIV.
"Countries should consider developing standards for fatigue to ensure that people who have had 18 hours or longer without sleep are kept from high risk behaviour such as driving, piloting aircraft or operating machinery."
It appears that delivering sermons on sexual morality has been deemed high risk behaviour by some clergy, many of whom now practice Safer Speech to avoid offending any papalinfalliphobic persons in the congregation.

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