How social issues affect the spread of the disease
In the era when we have advanced to such a great extent in the field of health and medical sciences, HIV or AIDS is still considered to be one of the diseases with no known cure except to prevent it.
The reports of WHO state that 16.3 million women, men and children died due to AIDS since early 1980s – when the epidemic started to spread.
One of the greatest research area that revolves around the prevention of HIV and AIDS is the research that focus on Behavioral and social science.
Behavioral and social science research:
The main focus of this research involves on the acts that prevent the spread of HIV infection by changing behaviors. For example: It focus that unprotected sex and use of injections contaminated with HIV viruses should be strongly prohibited.
Moreover, it emphasize that the factors that lead to spread of HIV infection like poverty,complacency and low self-esteem should be treated and paid serious attention to.
I believe the answers would be A. though I also believe in D I will explain
It want muscular folding laundry over and over and over get's tire some and the body often weaken's if you are new to doing it but over time the muscles get used to this strain and actually help and you get stronger/better at that activity the more you do it.
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The following year, Frank installs drywall in another room by himself. Frank was able to do this due to Modeling.
The use of something, like a system or a process or a procedure, as an example to follow, this is called as modeling.
Modeling is a process of imitating some system or process.
In the given example, when Frank observes the handyman while installing the drywall, he was able to imitate what he observed keenly from the handyman and was able to apply it on the drywall of another room. Frank was able to do this due to Modeling.