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Examining Disparities in the Use of Electronic Vapor Products (EVPs) among the US Youths
Background: Electronic vapor products (EVPs) use is more common than cigarette smoking among US youths. EVPs may contain nicotine which is highly addictive, and the aerosol generated has carcinogens and toxic chemicals. ...
Information, Motivation, and Behavioral Skills for Contraception Use among Women Experiencing Homelessness
Purpose: Women experiencing homelessness have been reported to have higher rates of sexually transmitted infections, lower rates of contraceptive use, and higher rates of unintended pregnancies than stably housed women. ...
Contraception use, perceived susceptibility to pregnancy, and pregnancy desire among women experiencing homelessness.
Purpose: Women experiencing homelessness are at higher risk of unintended pregnancy. While contraception may reduce unintended pregnancy rates, women experiencing homelessness have low rates of effective contraception use. ...
Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health Screening Conversations Between Healthcare Providers and Women Experiencing Homelessness
Purpose: Women experiencing homelessness are at a heightened risk of sexually transmitted infections (STI) and unintended pregnancy. While the healthcare setting may be an ideal venue to assess the reproductive health needs ...