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Chi-square analyses indicate that the reasons for use and nonuse of alcohol among student-athletes were not independent of gender.
To examine levels of unmet need and reasons for nonuse of contraceptives, Sedgh and Hussain examined data from 51 DHS surveys conducted in developing countries between 2006 and 2013.
6 million person-years of follow-up, including more than 373,000 person-years of current use of ADHD drugs, neither current use nor former use was associated with an increased risk for serious cardiovascular events, compared with nonuse (adjusted HR, 0.
For patients who did not use their OS, one question was added to ask for the reason of nonuse.
THE MINISTRY OF INTERIOR ATTRIBUTED THE TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS TO SPEED, DRIVERS' NEGLIGENCE, NONUSE OF SAFETY BELTS, CHEWING QAT AND USE OF MOBILE PHONES WHILE DRIVING.
By killing off the use part, nonuse aspects are allowed living space, breathing space.
The Nuclear Taboo is the culmination of over a decade of research, analysis, and writing on the nonuse of nuclear weapons by Nina Tannenwald, an associate professor (research) at the Watson Institute for International Studies at Brown University.
7% of patients within 30 days of their cardiac arrest Under the study's case-crossover design, patients" use or nonuse of NSAIDs within 30 days prior to cardiac arrest was compared with their use or nonuse during two control periods: 60-90 and 90-120 days prior to their cardiac event.
Results indicated that some partner influences and social expectations were significantly associated with the condom nonuse.
Many women with periods of nonuse report difficulties using or accessing methods; others cite infrequent sexual activity, ambivalence about becoming pregnant and misperceptions about pregnancy risk.
Among husbands, those in the discrepant illicit drug-use group experienced significantly lower levels of marital satisfaction, compared to husbands in the congruent nonuse group," the researchers wrote.
women at risk of unintended pregnancy * reported not having used a contraceptive method in the previous month (2)--a proportion greater than that in 1995 (12%) and comparable to the levels of nonuse reported by similar women in 1982 (17%) and 1988 (15%).