👩🏻‍⚕️ Essays on Venereology

Chlamydia: Risk of Sequelae After Chlamydia Trachomatis Genital Infection

Chlamydia, a human sexually transmitted infection (STI), is caused by the chlamydia trachomatis bacteria. C. trachomatis is an obligate gram-negative intracellular pathogen that infects the respiratory, ocular, and genital tissues (O’Connell & Ferone, 2016). The disease is transmitted from one person to another through genital contact, meaning one can contract...

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The Relationship Between HIV Treatment Compliance and Social Support

Introduction Human immunodeficiency virus, or HIV, is a major global health concern that has profoundly adverse effects on the level of the infected people’s well-being, their life expectancy, and their life satisfaction. It is important that individuals who are affected by HIV also very often suffer from a serious problem...

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Sexually Transmitted Diseases Among Adolescents

This paper discusses the problem of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) among adolescents in Atlantic City and Atlantic County in New Jersey. People of ages from 10 to 19 are increasingly engaging in sexual intercourse without necessarily following the proper safety guidelines. As a result, the rate of STD infection among...

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Sexually Transmitted Diseases Incidence in Mississippi

The intended study seeks to analyze the incidence of various sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) in the state of Mississippi. The findings will be used to support the introduction of evidence-based measures to reduce infections. Background STDs are some of the common conditions that different health organizations need to take into...

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HIV Treatment Compliance and Social Support: Scaling the Variables

Critique of the Scale and the Report on its Reliability and Validity The study in question will require measuring the relationship between the two variables: perceived social support (the independent variable) and HIV treatment compliance (the dependent variable). It is possible to measure the treatment compliance as a percentage of...

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A Study of the Relationship Between HIV Treatment Compliance

Basic Information about the Upcoming Study The current paper provides a review of literature on the topic of the relationship between anti-HIV treatment adherence and social support among African American HIV-positive females. It was established that social support generally increases the levels of HIV-treatment compliance, but further studies may be...

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Addressing Sexually Transmitted Diseases Among Young People

The management of STD and HIV is a crucial part of promoting health among the members of the target population. Seeing that the percentage of young people that contract STD and HIV remains high not only I the United States but also all over the world, a comprehensive program that...

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Social Media as Means of HIV Prevention and Management

Although HIV and STD are no longer in the spotlight of the public attention due to the increasingly significant threats from cancer and other health issues, the problem of providing target populations with the relevant information and compelling them to follow the suggested behaviors remains a problem (Latkin et al.,...

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