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Substance Use Network Characteristics and Drug and Alcohol Use Behaviors among Young Men Who Have Sex With Men (YMSM)

11th January

Structural characteristics of substance use networks may provide important information regarding the drug and alcohol use behavior of YMSM.

Family Blog–The Role of Parents in Preventing Alcohol and Drug Abuse with LGBTQ Youth

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28th October

Unsure of how to talk to your LGBTQ teen about drugs and alcohol? Suspect your child is abusing drugs? Here’s what you can do.

Research Blog—Mental Health Challenges Among Young Urban Sexual Minority Men

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15th October

Findings from the first study to assess mental disorders using diagnostic interviews with a large sample of male sexual minority youth

Mental Health Disorders in Young Urban Sexual Minority Men

14th October

MDE, conduct disorder, alcohol use, PTSD, and nicotine dependence are common and infrequently treated in young sexual minority men.

Youth Blog – Being Real about Alcohol

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14th August

A real conversation about how to be safe and when to seek help.

Developmental Change in the Relationship Between Alcohol and Drug Use Before Sex and Sexual Risk Behavior in Young Men Who Have Sex with Men

18th July

Found in this longitudinal study was a positive association between alcohol use and sexual risk amongst young men who have sex with men.

Exploring Alcohol-Use Behaviors Among Heterosexual and Sexual Minority Adolescents: Intersections With Sex, Age, and Race/Ethnicity

22nd May

Alcohol use disparities among youths examining potential differences moderated by sex, age, or race/ethnicity.

Research Blog—Sexual Assault and Problematic Drinking in Bisexual Women

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15th November

Bisexual women may be at increased risk for sexual assaults over their life spans, especially when problematic drinking behaviors occur.

Patient-related factors predicting HIV medication adherence among men and women with alcohol problems.

11th October

Cognitive factors play a role in understanding some of the differences between those who do and do not adhere to their HIV medications.

Medication Adherence Mediates the Relationship between Adherence Self-efficacy and Biological Assessments of HIV Health among those with Alcohol Use Disorders

11th October

Cognitive interventions aimed at facilitating adherence self-efficacy may be effective in improving medication adherence and HIV health.

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