Sexually transmitted diseases

STDs

Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) are infectious diseases that are spread through sexual contact. STDs are among the most common infectious diseases in the world today. There are more than 20 types, affecting more than 13 million men and women in the United States each year. Some of the most common STDs include chlamydia infection, genital...

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  • Genital sores (female)

    Genital sores (female)

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  • Hormone-based contraceptives

    Hormone-based contraceptives

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  • STDs and ecological niches

    STDs and ecological niches

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  • Condom application  - series

    Condom application - series

    Presentation

  • Condom application  - series

    Condom application - series

    Presentation

    • Genital sores (female)

      Genital sores (female)

      illustration

    • Hormone-based contraceptives

      Hormone-based contraceptives

      illustration

    • STDs and ecological niches

      STDs and ecological niches

      illustration

    • Condom application  - series

      Condom application - series

      Presentation

    • Condom application  - series

      Condom application - series

      Presentation

    Review Date: 3/24/2015

    Reviewed By: Steven D. Ehrlich, NMD, Solutions Acupuncture, a private practice specializing in complementary and alternative medicine, Phoenix, AZ. Review provided by VeriMed Healthcare Network.

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