Health risk factors for gay american indian and alaska native adolescent males
Health Risk-Factors for Gay American Indian and Alaska Native Adolescent Males
(PDF) Health Risk-Factors for Gay American Indian and Alaska Native Adolescent Males
Many studies indicate that health and well-being in the United States are likely to vary by ethnic or racial status Williams, Lavizzo-Mourey, and Warren ; U. Department of Health and Human Services , and this has been well documented for adolescents in particular Office of Technology Assessment The health status of American Indian and Alaska Native adolescents has also been identified as poorer than that of adolescents of other racial or ethnic groups Office of Technology Assessment , ; Indian Health Service For American Indian and Alaska Native adolescents, social and health indicators illustrate increased risk for poor outcomes on almost all well-being measures. Overall, in American Indian and Alaska Native adolescents ages 15 to 24 , the mortality ratio is approximately three times greater 2. American Indian and Alaska Native adolescents are exposed to poverty and racial discrimination, which severely limit individual, family, and community prosperity.
The prevalence of sexual assault against people who identify as Gay, Lesbian or Bisexual in the United States: A systematic review
This article systematically reviews 75 studies that examine the prevalence of sexual assault victimization among gay or bisexual GB men, and lesbian or bisexual LB women, in the United States. All studies were published between and and report the results of quantitative research. A total of , GLB respondents participated in the underlying studies reviewed.