Tag: sex

Economic Determinants of Sexual Debut among Secondary School Students: A Case of Rural Kenya

The majority of individuals, even teenagers, are motivated by financial gain. A person’s need for money and resources may lead to an early sexual debut. As a result, we wanted to see if economic considerations had an impact on sexual debut among secondary school students. This was done using Marxist philosophy as a guide. The […]

Perceptions of Self as Influencers of Sexual Debut among Secondary School Students in South Western Kenya

The goal of this study is to use the theory of reasoned action to examine how social constructions influence self-perceptions that may lead to sexual debut among in-school teenagers in Nyamira County. An early sexual debut is linked to mental discomfort. The researchers used a mixed-methods approach to data collecting, which included both quantitative and […]

Religion and Contraceptive use among Sexually Active Adolescent Girls in Kenya

The goal of this study was to see if religious affiliation was linked to the use of contemporary contraception among Kenyan sexually active adolescent females. According to the Kenya Demographic Health Survey (KDHS) from 2014, half of Kenyan women aged 20 to 49 had their first sexual encounter before the age of 18. Early sexual […]

Sex and Contemporary Caribbean Women Living in a Carnival Culture: A Prospective Study

The global feminization of HIV and AIDS has had an impact on the Caribbean region. Female West Indian infection rates were 3-6 times greater than male infection rates a decade ago. This review aims to explore the critical and intertwined roles of socio-cultural issues such as patriarchy, sex commercialisation, men having sex with men, violence, […]

Study on Sex Differentiation by Foot Measurements in North Indian Population

Background: Forensic professionals have always had a difficult time identifying victims from mangled and disfigured human remains. This dilemma arises in situations such as mass disasters, explosions, and assaults, where the body is mutilated and determining an individual’s identification is difficult. Because distinct components of the human body grow in proportion to one another, the […]

Liver Enzymes and HIV-infected Adults on HARRT: Evidence from a Randomised Cross-sectional Study in UPTH

This research looked at the levels of liver enzymes in HIV-infected adults who had been on highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART) for at least a year. The study was planned as a randomised cross-sectional study to compare the aspartate aminotransferase [AST], alanine transaminase [ALT], and alkaline phosphatase [ALP] levels of 129 HIV-infected adult patients (46 […]

Normal Hematological Parameters of Barb Horses Raised in Tiaret, West of Algeria

Barb horse, pride of the Berbers, is a famous Maghreb horse of a particular significance in the Algerian history, tradition and culture. This study aims to establish the hematologic values specific to the barb horse in the national stud farm “Chaou-Chaoua” in Tiaret, Algeria. Age of the studied animals varied between 1 and 23 years. […]

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