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  • Treat Me Right of STDMonth

    Treat Me Right of STDMonth Campaign 2019

    STD Stats At-A-Glance In 2017: There were more than 2 million diagnosed cases of chlamydia, gonorrhea, and syphilis. There were 200,000 more cases of these STDs than the previous record set in 2016. Diagnoses of chlamydia, gonorrhea, and syphilis all increased sharply for the fourth year in a row. From 2013-2017: Syphilis cases nearly doubled. […] More

  • Bacterial infection

    Bacterial infection: That Should Be Treated instantly

    We are all aware that certain kinds of microorganisms cause infections. However, this essential thinking isn’t adequate to adapt to bacterial-infections. Numerous cases of bacterial-infections do not have to worry about medicinal-intercession. The mild-symptoms are treated with home remedies that differ when starting with one nation and then the next. However, if one notices that […] More

  • Syphilis Strikes Back of STDMonth

    Syphilis Strikes Back of STDMonth Campaign 2019

    Syphilis Stats At-A-Glance In 2000, syphilis reached historic lows in the United States. In 2017, there were more than 100,000 cases of syphilis reported to CDC, with 30,644 reported cases of primary and secondary (P&S) syphilis. From 2013-2017: Rates of P&S syphilis went up 73% overall, 66% among men, and 156% among women. Congenital syphilis […] More

  • Talk Test Treat of STDMonth

    Talk Test Treat of STDMonth Campaign 2019

    STD Stats At-A-Glance In 2017: There were more than 2 million diagnosed cases of chlamydia, gonorrhea, and syphilis. There were 200,000 more cases of these STDs than the previous record set in 2016. Diagnoses of chlamydia, gonorrhea, and syphilis all increased sharply for the fourth year in a row. From 2013-2017: Syphilis cases nearly doubled. […] More

  • GYT: Get Yourself Tested

    GYT: Get Yourself Tested of STDMonth Campaign

    STD Stats At-A-Glance In 2017: There were more than 2 million diagnosed cases of chlamydia, gonorrhea, and syphilis. There were 200,000 more cases of these STDs than the previous record set in 2016. Diagnoses of chlamydia, gonorrhea, and syphilis all increased sharply for the fourth year in a row. From 2013-2017: Syphilis cases nearly doubled. […] More

  • General Resources of STD Awareness Month 2019

    General Resources of STD Awareness Month 2019

    Ready to take action for STDMonth? April is STD Awareness Month – a time to raise awareness and take action to prevent, test for, and treat STDs. Download the toolkit and choose from four different campaigns to energize your community outreach plans. Includes customizable articles, social media graphics, widgets, and more. Let’s Get Started! STD […] More

  • STD Awareness Month (April 2019) CDC’s

    STD Awareness Month (April 2019) CDC’s STD Prevention

    A message from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) Division of STD Prevention STDs in the United States STD Awareness Month, observed each April, is an opportunity to raise awareness about what STDs are and how they impact our lives; and understand why it’s important to prevent, test for, and treat STDs. The […] More

  • Care About STDs

    Why Should You Care About STDs?

    How soon can you tell if you have an STD? When symptoms do appear they may show up as early as two days after exposure, or take as long as one month. Syphilis: The chancre characteristic of the first stage of syphilis appears, on average, twenty-one days after infection, but may appear anytime between 10 to 90 days after exposure to the […] More

  • AIDS May Be Cured

    Another Case Of AIDS May Be Cured

    Twelve years ago, the first “AIDS cure” appeared. After 12 years, it seems that there is a second case. The first case was “Berlin patient” Timothy Ray Brown, who was suffering from leukemia and received bone marrow transplant after chemotherapy failure. The person donated to his bone marrow happens to have a CCR5Δ32 mutation. The […] More

  • STD Screening

    STD Screening May Not Be The ideal Topic Of Discussion

    STD vs. STI STDs are sometimes called STIs (sexually transmitted infections). This is primarily done because the word infection has a less negative connotation than the word disease. However, infections may not always show symptoms. Therefore, it may turn into a disease if it’s not screened and treated. Common STDS Gonorrhea and Chlamydia: These infections are […] More

  • Birth Control pill

    Birth Control Is More Than Just A Contraceptive

    The pill is the most popular form of birth control in the United States for a number of good reasons. The number one reason is that it’s highly effective at preventing pregnancy when taken correctly. But, the pill has many added benefits that add to its popularity. Clearer Skin Taking the birth control pill can help […] More