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    really know enough information about sexual education. Many parents believe that it is best that they should learn about this kind of thing at home, but they refuse to talk about sex. American culture is very sexually oriented, and with the rise of unwanted pregnancies and sexually transmitted diseases, sexual education needs to be taught in schools. Schools are the best place to receive a more well-rounded education on such subjects, and I propose that Illinois must be required to teach sexual…

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    eliminate disability for older women adults should be a focus for health professionals to enable lifestyle education and modify healthy behaviors that embraces proper nutrition and exercise. Adolescent females should early on be aware of sexually transmitted diseases in order to prevent the onset of contracting harmful viruses. As well, prenatal care for women should be emphasized as it promotes healthier childbirth and…

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    children reach puberty is important that they are educated about the changes that are occurring within their body. With a proper education which provides important information on being sexually active, teens can become knowledgeable in the use of contraceptives, how to avoid contracting a sexually transmitted disease (STD) or the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV); they also learn about a healthy relationships and how to maintain them. The brain produces hormones that trigger the onset of…

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    Kuhn’s, 1996). Prostitution is seen as problematic in society for young women, children and families. Due to the fact that they are at risk of sexually transmitted diseases (STD) and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) virus. Having…

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    Prostitution St.Petersburg Police Department Scanning Where there are people there will be prostitution. However, that does not mean that the community and the police department will tolerate it. St. Petersburg Police saw an increase in the calls regarding prostitution. The calls for service were "mostly in the main thoroughfare of the city." Police also received complaints about prostitution from businesses and residents. Some of the officers saw the problem firsthand. Presence of the…

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    Chlamydia is the most prevalent curable sexual transmitted infection in Australia (1,2). In 2008, it was nearly 60,000 cases reported and in 2012 around 82,707 cases had been diagnosed (3,4), the annual surveillance report from Kirby institute (2015) shows that the chlamydia incidence is quite high among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island population over the past five years (2). The cause of high prevalence of chlamydia infection is mainly because insufficient attention towards the STI among…

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    Imagine a place where human trafficking is spread throughout the country, violence and abuse are considered the norm, and women’s rights are not practiced anymore. A place where child trafficking is socially acceptable and renting a woman’s body is common. All of this may happen if we choose to legalize prostitution. I strongly believe that prostitution should not be legalized because of the effects it might bring to our society. Prostitution has been dubbed as the world’s oldest profession.…

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    focuses on teaching students how to abstain from any type of sexual activity until after marriage. However, sex education courses focus on teaching the students how to use different contraceptive methods to protect themselves from sexually transmitted infections and diseases. Both methods of education teach students positive ways to deal with sexual intercourse, but no one can seem to agree on a compromise between the two methods. I will first further…

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    the birth control pill/implant/patch/shot, condoms, female condom, IUD, vasectomy and abstinence. The most commonly used form of contraception among women is birth control. There is a major misconception that birth control encourages women to be sexually active and that they do not have to face the consequences of getting pregnant. But it is important to inform students on different forms of contraception because, birth control is used for a widespread of things such as regulating irregular,…

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    My research question in relation to my research paper is “How much do adolescents understand about STI prevention?” I chose this question because I believe that if the adolescent population truly understand the impact of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) to their health and how it can overall affect their life, they would think twice before engaging in risky sexual behaviors and take all the necessary precautions to prevent from acquiring them. The previous studies and research have focused…

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