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    less likely to be taught safe sex practices and are increasing their risk of contracting sexually transmitted diseases. ("Impacts of Four Title V, Section 510 Abstinence Education Programs: Introduction," 2007). This 2007 government study shows the curriculum is based on teaching students sex before marriage is wrong. This idea leaves the students lacking complete knowledge to prevent sexually transmitted diseases and how to practice safe sex when they make their…

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    Evaluation of Epidemiological Problem - Chlamydia Sexually transmitted diseases (STD), used to be known as venereal diseases, are infections that are spread through sexual contact. Chlamydia trachomatis is the most common reportable bacterial sexual transmitted disease in the United States and can affect a wider spectrum of people than other STDs. Approximately half, of the nearly 20 million yearly reported STD cases, involves males and females under 25 years old and Chlamydia comprises…

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    Chlamydia: The most common sexual transmitted disease The purpose of this paper is to discuss the literature review pertinent to chlamydia trachomatis as the most common sexual transmitted disease-STD among adolescents; therefore, it is a disease all adolescent and young adult should be educated about to decrease incidence and impact of infertility especially among young women (Buttaro, Trybulski, Bailey, & Sandberg-Cook, 2013). Risk factors and severity of chlamydia determine the consequences…

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    pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases. Young people who engage in sexual activity place themselves as well as others in danger. Young people should be furnished with the proper education in regards teen pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases to help foster open minds and communication to the issue that is not often talked about in homes and schools because of its sensitivity. Providing young people with the knowledge and skills with respect to sexually transmitted diseases and…

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    Essay On Gonorrhea

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    relatively common sexually transmitted infection in the United States. The culprit of this infection is Neisseria Gonorrheae, a type of bacteria that thrives in moist, warm environments (Gonorrhea). It is this quality of N.Gonorrheae that makes the reproductive tract prime real estate for infection. Health care professionals working with sexually active people need to be especially thorough in their exams and education to ensure that Gonorrhea does not spread. As the phrase “sexually…

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    Researchers believe that parents may not be the best source in conversation about abstinence because, every parent does not want their child experiencing such actions until they are married. It is stated that when a parent tells their teen to not become sexually active, more than likely they will be. This is where the educators come into play. 90% of middle as well as high school parents, feel that having the school educators teach and provide their teens about sex education would be beneficial…

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    Syphilis Research Paper

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    Syphilis is a sexually transmitted disease(STD) that is produced by the bacterium Treponema pallidum. This disease can cause long-term complications if it is left untreated. Examples of these complications include serious damage to the heart, brains, bones, and the nervous system. If this occurs, it can lead to a person having a hard time coordinating muscle movement, paralysis, and dementia. There is a national average of 63,450 cases of syphilis a year, and for people with congenital syphilis…

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    teens are sexually active in the United States of America,” according to SIECUS (SIECUS Oct.2009) but do they have the correct information needed to make the right choices? With nearly half of all teenagers engaging in some type of sexual relations, only twenty-three states teach comprehensive sexual education. The remaining twenty-seven states teach abstinence-only in schools. “Comprehensive Sexual Education teaches about abstinence as the best method for evading sexually transmitted…

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    Benefits Of Prostitution

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    many people around the world. Some of the many benefits of having prostitution being legalized would be taking prostitutes off the street into a safer place, increasing tax revenue for our city, and being able to contain the spread of sexually transmitted diseases. No one should have the right to be told what to do and what not to do with…

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    ways may engage in risky behaviors such as unprotected sex or substance abuse that severely detract from their mental and physical well-being. These mental and physical comorbidities are well documented and include increased incidences of sexually transmitted diseases, depression, stress, and even suicide. Taken together, these issues indicate that the fluidity of human sexuality requires an understanding of what motivates people to pursue relationships with others and how these relationships…

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