Sex adult model in myanmar
Sun X, Shi Y, Zeng Q, Wang Y, Du W, Wei N, Xie R & Chang C. HIV-positive adolescents (defined by the World Health Organization as young people between the ages of 10 and 19) are particularly vulnerable but are a group that are often overlooked in the HIV response – globally, regionally but also within our own MSF HIV cohorts.For many HIV-positive adolescents this roller coaster ride includes additional loops.Most of our young patients do not dare disclose their status to anyone outside their family, not even their closest friends.They are often ashamed and scared that their friends would desert them if they knew about their infection.
While only about six per cent of our adult patients are on second-line medication, the percentage climbs to 16 per cent in the adolescent group.
The health literacy of America’s adults: results from the 2003 National Assessment of Adult Literacy (NCES 2006-483).
Paasche-Orlow MK, Parker RM, Gazmararian JA, Nielsen-Bohlman LT & Rudd RR.
Conclusions: The present study encourages efforts to improve health literacy in the Myanmar adults by enhancing health education and health promotion activities.
It is also important to improve their socio-economic status. Advancing health literacy: a global challenge for the 21st century.