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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In the literature on cardiovascular disease, findings on the relationship between perceived risk of cardiovascular disease and health-related behavior change were inconsistent, and researchers suggested that personal risk factor awareness was necessary but not sufficient to promote behavior change (Imes & Lewis, 2014).
Second, although it is a safe sport, you should find your personal risk factor profile.
Users can then opt to (1) review their personal risk factors in detail and have the opportunity to set goals for improvement; (2) review their personal risk factor summary; (3) print their profile; (4) or return to the main menus.
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.
If one gun owner out of a thousand is an idiot or a criminal, that doesn't impact my personal risk factors.
Information about personal risk factors and breast cancer screening is important for all women to understand; the availability of patient content in Spanish broadens the reach of this educational resource.
This is very important for every woman of today for them to learn about their own personal risk factors and, primarily, to safeguard their breast health.
She added that women need to become informed about their own personal risk factors and must take an active role in safeguarding their breast health.
It's important to identify personal risk factors that could lead to a fall and then work on eliminating or reducing those risks when possible.
The questionnaire covered personal risk factors which were comprised demographic data, occupational case history in terms of years of experience and number of hours of work, involvement in any physical activity, and individual perception of their general health.
The importance of personal risk factors, such as female gender and preexisting psychiatric difficulties, in increasing the probability for mental distress.

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