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April is STD Awareness Month. Awareness means education. As educational agencies, we have a role to play in STD prevention. Were in a position where we can have a huge positive effect on the lives of the youth in our Amazon districts. Educational agencies need to be part of the efforts to reduce STD rates by putting in place tools for youth to receive the sexual health information they need to make informed sexual health decisions.
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hborhoods as teenagers: proportion of households below poverty, proportion of households on public assistance, total unemployment rate and proportion of female-headed households with children.
By applying statistical modeling to the data, Ford determined that young adults who lived in a neighborhood with higher concentrations of poverty during their adolescence had higher odds of testing positive for chlamydia in their early 20s compared to their more advantaged peers.
The researchers also examined whether risky sexual behaviors or depression occurring during the transition from adolescence to young adulthood explained the relationship between adolescent poverty and chlamydia risk, but the findings were not significant. This means the significant effect of exposure to neighborhood poverty during anal beads adolescence on chlamydia risk during young adulthood was not because of an increased likelihood of sexual risk-taking behaviors or depression.
This analysis of data on a broad level does not address the reasons behind how living in an impoverished area can affect health later in life. The work is part of Ford's ongoing investigation of how neighborhoods can influence risk for depression, infectious disease and other health problems in vulnerable populations.
She continues to use data from the Add Health project, which was funded by the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development.
This study was funded by a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Nurse Faculty Scholar grant.