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Sexually Transmitted Infections: how to prevent and get treatment

Sexually Transmitted Infections: how to prevent and get treatment

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Find out the best tips for a safe sexual life According to the World Health Organization, there are more than one million Sexually Transmitted Infections transmitted daily worldwide. Currently, 30 different viruses, bacteria and parasites could cause infections through sexual contact. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sGVP19bFUp4&feature=youtu.be How can I get infected? The STIs contamination occurred mainly by sexual contact, including vaginal, anal and oral sex. But some STIs can be acquired without having sex, by blood contact or blood products.  Which are the most common STIs?Four diseases have a high number of cases: syphilis, gonorrhoea, chlamydia and trichomoniasis. These four STIs together cause approximately 376 million new infections per year. The good ...
UK to ban ‘unsuitable’ porn to protect children

UK to ban ‘unsuitable’ porn to protect children

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The government is attempting to pass a Digital Economy Bill that would ban certain 'non-conventional' porn websites in the UK.  The new media regulating bill is making an appearance in the House of Lords for its second hearing today. The bill is intended to shelter the children from  improper images/videos and is already becoming a controversial topic within free speech campaigners across the country. What does the bill entail for the online porn consumption by the people? Is online censorship and surveillance going to help protect children? The Digital Economy Bill acts a new law that aims to simply ban any kind of ‘non-conventional’ porn websites. This includes sexual acts of violence, face-sitting, urinating and incest related porn. The government announced that non-compliant sites

Pubilc disappointment at Lord Janner ruling

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Some Twitter users expressed disappointment at a court ruling that found Lord Janner unfit to stand trial for sexual offences in Old Bailey on Monday. The Guardian reported that judge Peter Openshaw, came to a ruling after four experts who examined him, agreed that the former Labour MP is suffering from Alzheimer’s disease and vascular dementia. The judge said his condition was severe, incurable and had left him unable to participate in a full trial but would only face a “trial of facts” Social media followers took to twitter to express their frustration at the outcome, with some blaming slow police action for the result. One twitter follower wrote: “Right decision based on medical evidence, but yet another example of police not moving quickly enough” Another commented and said
Should sex education be an election priority?

Should sex education be an election priority?

Health, Student
Britain still has the highest rate of teenage pregnancy in Western Europe, despite a 25 per cent fall in the last decade. Reporters Indraja Gugle and Sonal Gupta speak to one young adult who had an unplanned pregnancy as a teenager and asked sexual healthcare provider, Marie Stopes International, why sex and relationship education is so important. Sub editor: Kait Borsay / Deeksha Sharma Balancing their studies and extra-curricular activities, teenagers have to learn how to navigate the path between adolescence and adulthood. Amidst the competition with their peers and embarrassing parents, a baby bump is probably the last thing you’d want to add to the list. In 2007, 42,000 young girls aged 15-17 conceived. By 2012, the number went down to 27,900, according to the latest figures b