Women with high-risk sexual behaviors continue to be at increased risk of GC/CT acquisition even after IUD placement, they said.
What does HRSB stand for?
HRSB stands for High-Risk Sexual Behavior (HIV/AIDS)
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We have 2 other meanings of HRSB in our Acronym Attic
- Historical Radio Society of Australia
- Hotel and Restaurant Suppliers Association (Canada)
- Human Resources Students' Association
- Health Resources and Services Administration Bureau of Health Professions (National Center for Health Workforce Information and Analysis; Maryland)
- Human Rights Student Advisory Council (University of Texas)
- Human Resources Strategic Assessment Program (US DoD)
- Halifax Regional Search and Rescue (Canada)
- High Resolution Small Area Sensor
- Halifax Regional School Board
- Hartaplus Realty Sdn. Bhd. (Malaysia)
- Hirose Brands (Tokyo, Japan)
- High Resolution Stereoscopic Camera (NASA)
- High-Resolution Source Coding
- House Republican Study Committee
- Human Resource Services Center
- Human Resources Service Center
- Human Resources Sustainment Center
- Hazardous Substance Research Center - South & Southwest
- Human Resource Service Center-Southeast
- House of Representatives Standing Committee on Aboriginal Affairs (Australia)
Samples in periodicals archive:
7) Use of crystal methamphetamine is often related to compulsive and high-risk sexual behavior (8) as well as unhealthy body image issues (the latter due to the fact that it promotes weight loss) (9), and it may result in long-term psychotic symptoms that mirror the symptoms of schizophrenia.
The United Nations Program on HIV/AIDS reported in August that the women at risk are either married or in long-term relationships with men who engage in high-risk sexual behaviors.
CDC researchers report in the journal Lancet that many doctors are unprepared to recognize and treat outbreaks of syphilis being fueled by illicit drug use and high-risk sexual behaviors.
There is still considerable study necessary before we, as a society, can decide on the best method for educating our children regarding high-risk sexual behavior.