Psychiatric disorders, suicidal ideation, and sexually transmitted infections among post-deployment veterans who utilize digital social media for sexual partner seeking.

Highlights Use of digital social media to find sexual partners (DSMSP +) is common among veterans. •DSMSP + is associated with PTSD, insomnia, depression and suicidality. •DSMSP + is associated with hypersexuality and sexually transmitted infections.

Testing the efficacy of a brief sexual risk reduction intervention among high-risk American Indian adults: Study protocol for a randomized controlled trial.


Associations of physical and sexual health with suicide attempts among female sex workers in South Korea.


Emotional, Behavioral, and HIV Risks Associated With Sexual Abuse Among Adult Homosexual and Bisexual men

Data in this article suggests that sexual abuse may have wide-ranging influence on quality of life & health risk behavior of homosexual men. Associated effects include mental health issues, substance abuse, depression, suicidal thoughts oractions, social support & sexual identity issues. HIV risk behavior & risk of sexually transmitted diseases were also issues. Increased awareness […]

Venereal Diseases and Aggression Management Among Native Americans

An analysis of secondary data yielded no significant ecological correlations for venereal disease rates & aggression managment indices based on suicide & homicide rates for the 11 US Indian Health Services areas. This outcome does not cross-culturally replicate research on Field’s (1963) aggression management hypothesis.