sexually transmitted disease

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Inset above |left: sexual diseases advisor Dr Olwen Williams
The reason for lack of family planning in rural India could be attributed to poverty, illiteracy and lack of awareness about sexual diseases plaguing society.
NHS Highland are launching the scheme across pubs and clubs in Dunoon and Oban in a bid to reduce sexual diseases among men and women.
Numbers of people struck with a sexual diseases in the West Midlands has continued to rise above the national average, latest annual figures showed.
NUMBERS of people struck with sexual diseases in the West Midlands has continued to rise above the national average, latest annual figures showed.
Why children as young as 12 are being treated for sexual diseases.
DUBAI: Saddam Hussein, the ousted Iraqi dictator hanged in 2006 for crimes against humanity, feared he would pick up sexual diseases while he was in US custody.
We have a sense of impending crisis about the rapid growth of infectious sexual diseases among teenagers in recent years," said Kunihiko Tominaga, a Christian obstetrician and gynecologist, the study chair.
Saddam Hussein feared he would pick up sexual diseases while he was in US custody, according to extracts from prison writings published in an Arab newspaper.
SEXUAL diseases consultant Dr Olwen Williams warns we must learn from the past and alter attitudes to change tomorrow's history.
In a country where rape happens daily, where teen pregnancies are among the highest in Europe and sexual diseases are soaring do we need pole dancing for kids?
Additionally, "Some Dude" has "slipped drugs" into the drinks of, transmitted sexual diseases to, and stolen the medications of my patients.
The church could be an extraordinary force for good in encouraging people to return to more traditional forms of morality, and that in turn would fight sexual diseases like AIDS and poverty problems.
PATIENTS with highly infectious sexual diseases are waiting a week or longer to see a doctor, a survey has revealed.
It minimizes the harmful effects of sexual diseases, and promotes ideologies clearly at odds with good morals.