Metrics details. In many countries, negative social attitude towards sensitive issues such as sexual behavior has resulted in false and invalid data concerning this issue. This is an analytical cross-sectional study, in which a total number of single students from universities of Shahroud City were sampled using a multi stage technique. The students were assured that their information disclosed for the researcher will be treated as private and confidential. The results were analyzed using crosswise model, Crosswise Regression, T -test and Chi-square tests.
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Prostitution in Iran
Sexual practices as an important aspect of reproductive health have many physical and psychological effects on people's lives, there is limited evidence on such practices and their pattern among Iranian women. Hence we aimed to determine different types of sexual practices among 19—45 year old married Iranian women. This cross-sectional study was conducted among married women, aged 19—45 years, attending Taleghani Public Health Center for annual gynecologic examination during November to May using convenient sampling. The participants were enquired about their experience regarding different types of sex, as well as their views and feelings about such practices, using an anonymous questionnaire. The mean age of the participants was 34 years.
Methods: In a cross-sectional study male heterosexual IDUs were sampled from streets of eight different geographical parts of Iran. Variables such as socio-demographics, HIV knowledge 10 items , and HIV attitude 16 items were entered to a logistic regression to determine the predictors of unprotected anal intercourse during the past month. Results: From all, HIV knowledge was not significantly different among IDUs with and without unprotected anal intercourse. Conclusion: Although the results might not be generalizable to all Iranian IDUs, this study findings may still be helpful for design and implementation of public health programs in Iran to prevent sexual transmission of HIV through IDUs.