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    Health can be defined into by a persons mental, social and physical condition. Diseases can be categorised by the type of severity, and what implications it has on the particular individual, and how they 're passed from person to person. For example for diseases such as Gonorrhea and Chlamydia which are both STI’s (Sexually Transmitted Diseases) diseases such as these can only be passed through sexual contact. Other diseases such as Influenza and Chickenpox are spread through the air. They 're…

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    Sex education should be an important part of all adolescences’ education. According to many peer reviewed articles, the United States has surprisingly the highest rates in teen pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases.(21) In order for these rates to be controlled is through sex education. Sex education must be enforced. It is not a requirement in most schools in the United States. Due to the lack of support received by the government, most schools do not have enough funds for these programs.…

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    teacher telling us how if you had sex before you were married, you would contract an STD or get pregnant. He said this as an absolute; there was no chance that these things wouldn’t happen to you. He then showed us slides of what different sexually transmitted diseases looked like, and that was the extent of my public school sexual education. This is a huge problem because at some point everyone has to learn about “the birds and the bees.” There have been many debates about how or even if sexual…

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    Human sexuality is a four-dimensional activity that involves pleasure, an expression of friendship, procreation, and/or an expression of love for one another (Thiroux & Krasemann). Some would argue that sexuality is the most intimate expression of love towards each other. During the nineteenth century, there were laws in place that prohibited many types of private sexual activities amongst consenting adults. In addition, such laws included the activities of a husband and wife and if found…

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    In the United States, there are approximately one-fifth of women will most likely become sexually assaulted, and one-third will be sexual predators.Sexually predators have been spread throughout communities and threaten the safety of children.They received information that 16% in schools and homes reports students were sexually abused by adults. Researchers predict young children and adolescents will either rape by teachers or parents at home. Predators and rapists are found raping other…

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    Treponema pallidum, is a sexually transmitted infection that largely spreads through sexual contact. Syphilis derives when a person comes in contact with painless lesions on the genitals, mouth, or rectum of an infected person. Since the initial recording of Syphilis in 1494, the disease outbreak has experienced fluctuations in numbers between genders, ethnicities, and sexual orientations throughout the decades. According to a report discharged by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention…

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    years the rates of teen pregnancy have been decreasing, this remains untrue for the rates of STD’s, STI’s, and birth control use in young adults. Young adults count for almost half of the twenty million new cases of sexually transmitted diseases each year (Sexually Transmitted Diseases, 2014). This statistic is astonishing considering there are many ways to get young adults to take their sexual health importantly. We often find ourselves wondering, “What can we do to get young adults to care…

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    they will make and how it will affect them in the future. To decrease teen pregnancies and infections diseases, schools should teach sex education on topics such as health, abstinence, and safe sex. Sex education should be taught in public schools . Sex education is mainly taught in public schools on topics ranging abstinence and reproduction to sexual orientation and sexual transmitted diseases (source 1). The information from sex education classes will…

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    STDs (Sexually Transmitted Infections) are Infections that are transmitted through coitus with another domestic partner. Normally STD’s are transmitted through any kind of sexual intercourse. Sexually Transmitted Diseases are avoidable. There are many strategies, but the most efficient way is to have sexual intercourse with one partner, making sure that your partner didn’t have sexual relations with anyone else. This method is not practiced by many. Another method is a condom. A condom fits over…

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    Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), pertain to a group of diseases that are transmitted predominantly through unprotected sexual contacts. Besides intercourse, STDs are transmissible through contacts with infected areas, contaminated objects, or from pregnant women to the fetus. Sometimes people infected with STDs do not show symptoms, therefore, is unknown if sexual partners are infected. The causes of STDs are the infections with bacteria, viruses, fungi, mycoplasmas, and parasites whose…

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