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Journal of Urban Health

Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine

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Entry to Sex Trade and Long-Term Vulnerabilities of Female Sex Workers Who Enter the Sex Trade Before the Age of Eighteen

Female sex workers are a structurally vulnerable population, including critical insecurity such as having access to food and shelter. This risk may be heightened among individuals who enter sex work as minors. However, the reasons for entering sex …


Disclosure of HIV Status and HIV Sexual Transmission Behaviors among HIV-Positive Black Men Who Have Sex with Men in the BROTHERS (HPTN 061) Study

We assessed whether disclosure of HIV status is significantly associated with reported HIV sexual risk behaviors among HIV positive Black/African American men who have sex with men (MSM) (Black MSM) in six cities in the USA. Participants from the …


Impact of Removing Medicaid Fee-for-Service Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) Treatment Restrictions on HCV Provider Experience with Medicaid Managed Care Organizations in New York City

Immediately after the approval of direct-acting antiviral medications for the treatment of hepatitis C virus (HCV) in 2013, state Medicaid programs limited access to these expensive treatments based on liver disease stage, absence of active …


The Role of Social Support in Moderating the Relationship between Race and Hypertension in a Low-Income, Urban, Racially Integrated Community

In the US, African Americans have a higher prevalence of hypertension than Whites. Previous studies show that social support contributes to the racial differences in hypertension but are limited in accounting for the social and environmental …


Broken Windows, Broken Zzs: Poor Housing and Neighborhood Conditions Are Associated with Objective Measures of Sleep Health

African Americans and socioeconomically disadvantaged individuals have higher rates of a variety of sleep disturbances, including short sleep duration, poor sleep quality, and fragmented sleep. Such sleep disturbances may contribute to pervasive …

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The Journal of Urban Health is a bimonthly peer-reviewed publication that focuses on the emerging fields of urban health and epidemiology. The Journal provides for multidisciplinary exploration of the evidence base for the broader determinants of urban health and health inequities, presenting examples of evidence-based action to strengthen programs, policies, and governance of cities worldwide to improve health. In addition to original articles, the Journal publishes urban health data, book reviews, selected reports, and proceedings from important global meetings and more, bridging scholars, practitioners, and policy makers from the multiple sectors influencing urban health.

5-Year Impact Factor: 2.597 (2014)
Section "Public, Environmental & Occupational Health": Rank 67 out of 162
Section "Medicine, General & Internal": Rank 55 out of 153

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