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    When the pleasure of sex becomes your worst nightmare, due to a sexually transmitted disease. In America many young adults, between the ages 15 to 24 are becoming infected with sexually transmitted diseases, also known as STDs. It is important to inform the communities how to perform a healthy sexual activity, to prevent any sexual partner from becoming infected during the act. According to the Healthy People 2020, the goal is to educate our society by promoting healthy sexual activities,…

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    turn leads to more sexually active youths, this is not true. These programs provide the youth with “complete, accurate, age-appropriate sex education that helps them reduce their risk of HIV/AIDs, other sexually transmitted diseases, and unintended pregnancy.” Though it is true that abstinence is the safest sex measure, people will have to face reality and remember that sex is a natural part of life. There are too many people living in “denial” about their children being sexually active; and…

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    In the medical field, there has been a major debate for many, many years about gay men being able to donate blood. Studies have shown that gay men are at a higher risk of having sexually transmitted diseases. With this higher risk, the Food and Drug Association has put a ban that if any gay man comes to donate blood he has to be denied because of his sexual orientation. Many people feel like this is discrimination against homosexuals and that it is wrong for the Food and Drug Association should…

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    Abstinence In Schools

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    Sexual acts between unmarried couples have drastically increased in our modern society, leaving us vulnerable to all kinds of diseases, among other things. The only way to stop this, is by teaching abstinence in schools. Sex education in schools should only teach abstinence to students, because doing so would prevent unwanted pregnancy, reduce sexually transmitted diseases, and teach student to have strong convictions and moral values. The first reason sex education in schools should only…

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    the exclusively abstinence education curriculum was considered sufficient, then many professionals had to consider another scholastic approach in the prevention of sexually transmitted diseases spreading. An extensive sexual education curriculum has been considered to be the best way to prevent the spread of sexually transmitted diseases and infections among the American teenage population. At South Umpqua High School Keri Vermillion and Mary Kuk were interviewed on the topic of abstinence…

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    styles taught in American schools include: comprehensive and abstinence-only sex education. Comprehensive is evidence based education which focuses on abstinence as a choice. It teaches individuals about contraception, sexually transmitted diseases and techniques of avoiding such diseases. In contrast abstinence-only education emphasizes abstinence until marriage and dismisses any information regarding contraception. Therefore, I have chosen to focus specifically on those in favor of…

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    Epidemiologist Essay

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    health. Public health covers anything between food safety to vaccinations. Epidemiology is the wide spread of a disease while a sex health education teaches the public about safe sex and the risks of having sex. They both go hand in hand due to how fast and easily sexually transmitted diseases can spread, which then leads to epidemiology. Epidemiology is the study of how a certain disease can spread within a population of people and how they’re able to do that. When patients go to the doctor’s…

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    activity place themselves at risk of sexually transmitted diseases (STD) or unplanned pregnancies. b. Many teenagers and adolescents are misled or hold fabricated beliefs concerning STD and teenage pregnancy. By every measure, adolescent sexual behavior is harmful to the well-being of all involved. c. Each year, one in every 20 adolescents and young adults will develop a new STD (Department of Reproductive Health and Research, 2007). d. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (2010)…

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    sex education and the use of contraceptives. Educating teens on dangers of unsafe sex prepares them for a positive change in behavior towards safe sex. In addition, there is a great chance of saving many lives from death through STDs and related diseases such as depression and stress. Additionally, safe sex education is an effective method of preparing teens for future sexual engagements. This knowledge is important because it helps young people to overcome influences from peers. On top of that,…

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    child’s mouth. HIV/AIDS and countless other STDs (Sexually Transmitted Diseases) will be widespread across the world if sexual education is not permitted in all schools. PubMed, a branch of the National Center for Biotechnology Information, specifically…

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