• behaviors
  • Controlling for sociodemographic variables such as arrests, and patterns of sexual and drug behaviors, the researchers found an unexpected relationship between the duration of time lived in Tijuana and HIV infection among male versus female IDUs. (ucsd.edu)
  • According to Strathdee, this could suggest that mobility - rather than deportation itself - creates unstable social conditions that could predispose an individual to risky behaviors that lead to HIV acquisition. (ucsd.edu)
  • With disintegrating family support networks, sudden changes in a person's cultural environment, homelessness and poverty, we're more apt to see risk behaviors such as unprotected sex with sex workers, other men or sharing injection needles among male migrants," said Remedios Lozada, M.D., the HIV/STD coordinator of Baja California, who directs the project's field activities in Tijuana. (ucsd.edu)
  • AIDS
  • Male injection drug users deported from the United States to Tijuana have four-fold higher odds of HIV infection compared to those living in Tijuana who were not deported there, according to a study to be presented at the International AIDS Conference on August 5, 2008 in Mexico City. (ucsd.edu)
  • among
  • Among males, those who lived in Tijuana for shorter periods were more likely to be HIV-infected, whereas among females, those who lived in Tijuana for longer periods were more likely to be HIV-infected. (ucsd.edu)