Infectious Disease Clinics of North America volume 23, issue 2, P309-314 2009 DOI: 10.1016/j.idc.2009.02.001 View full text
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Paschalis I. Vergidis, Matthew E. Falagas

Abstract: Different behavioral interventions have found to be efficacious in reducing high-risk sexual activity. Interventions have been evaluated in both original research and meta-analytic reviews. Most of the studies have shown that interventions are efficacious among different study populations. In adolescents, both in- and out-of-the classroom interventions showed a decrease in the risk of unprotected sex. In African Americans, greater efficacy was found for interventions including peer education. For Latinos, effe…

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