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ARE TATTOOS LINKED TO POOR HEALTH AND RISKY BEHAVIOR?
Tattoos have grown in popularity dramatically over recent decades. A new survey-based study investigates whether they have any associations with risky behavior or adverse health outcomes. In 2003, just 16 percent of people in the United States had a tattoo. By 2015, that figure had increased to 29 percent. In some demographics, the rates are even higher; for instance, almost half of Millennials now have a tattoo. In the past, some people considered tattoos a rebellion against the norm. People thought they were a signal to risk-taking behavior and increased health risks. TIM NEWMAN READ MORE