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Grov, C., Hirshfield, S., Remien, R.H., Humberstone, M., & Chiasson, M.A.
Wirral DFA Youth Cup 2nd Round: Higher Beb JFC v Groves FC.
Eleven US/European studies assessing depression risk factors with HIV First author Year(s) n Location Anagnostopoulos (4) 2010-2013 4422 Switzerland (SHCS) Bhatia (8) 2006-2007 200, 32% F Houston Carrico (9) 2000-2002 2902, 24% F 4 US cities Grov (10) 2005 914 >50 New York years old, City 29% F Gutierrez (7) 2004-2010 5185, 26% F Spain, CoRIS cohort Justice (11) 2001-2002 50 VACS 5 sites Marando (12) Current 690, 27% F Italy ART era Rodkjaer (5) 2005 205, 24% F Denmark Shacham (6) 2007 514, 32% F St.
Further, evidence suggests that men who attend parks (Horvath, Bowen, & Williams, 2006), bars/clubs (Flores et al., 2009; Grov, Parsons, & Bimbi, 2007), and bathhouses/sex clubs (Horvath et al., 2006; Parsons & Halkitis, 2002) are more likely to engage in sexually risky behaviors with their male partners, in general, compared to men who do not attend these venues.
Accumulations and excretion of five heavy metals by the salt-marsh Cord grass Spartina townsendii Grov. Tropical Ecology 45: 123-139.
Christian Grov and Michael Smith's work on gay subcultures and sex work rounds out the chapter, returning to a common them in the volume: male sex work's articulation with changing attitudes regarding male-male sex.
In a similar vein, epidemiological discourse identifies polydrug use as extremely high-risk behavior (Breen et al., 2006; Collins, Ellickson, & Bell 1998; Grov, Kelly, & Parsons 2009; Measham, Newcombe, & Parker, 1994; Parker, Aldridge, & Measham, 1998; Sterk, Theall, & Elifson, 2006), however, respondents reported polydrug use as posing relatively low risk.
Smith & Christian Grov, In the Company of Men 26 (2011) (quoting Edward V.
Estao incluidos patogenos virais de significante importancia humana e veterinaria, tais como, Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever virus (CCHFV), Rift Valley fever virus (RVFV), Akabane virus (AKAV), Nairobi sheep disease virus (NSDV), Aino virus (AINV) e Peaton virus (PEAV) (4), assim como virus ja isolados na Amazonia Brasileira como: Guaroa virus (GROV), Maguari virus (MAGV), Tacaiuma virus (TCMV), Guama virus (GMAV), Caraparu virus (CARV), Oropouche virus (OROV), Catu virus (CATUV), Icoaraci virus (ICOV) e Belem virus (BLMV), entre outros (2).
Sivertsen, B.; Relbo, A.; Gullestad, L.; Hellesvik, M.; Grov, I.; Andreassen, A.; Simonsen, S.; Geiran, O.