“It’s Not Something You Have to Be Scared About”: Attitudes towards Pregnancy and Fertility Among Canadian Aboriginal Young People

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by Karen M. Devries and Caroline J. Free Overview Aboriginal young people in Canada are more likely to contract sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and become pregnant compared to other young Canadians. Unprotected sex is the main cause of pregnancy and … Continue reading

Risk and Protective Factors for Suicide Attempt Among Indigenous Māori Youth in New Zealand

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by Terryann C. Clark, Elizabeth Robinson, Sue Crengle, Theresa Fleming, Shanthi Ameratunga, Simon J. Denny, Linda H. Bearinger, Renee E. Sieving, and Elizabeth Saewyc Overview Indigenous youth around the world are at greater risk for suicide and suicide attempts compared … Continue reading