Sexually transmitted disease on college campus
It is also important to note that the odds of contracting an STI can be greatly reduced by using barrier protection such as condoms. Most STIs can be successfully treated with antibiotics.
A brief description of common STIs appears below: Gonorrhea (also known as "Clap" or "Drips") Caused by bacteria, gonorrhea effects men and women differently.
"All students who present are currently being seen with or without an appointment and UL will continue to work closely with the HSE to ensure all awareness and treatment protocols are fully adhered to." understands that around 10 cases have been reported on campus in the last two weeks. "According to the most up-to-date figures that we have access to, there have been 97 cases of gonorrhoea in counties Clare, Limerick and Tipperary during 2016.
To conduct NCVS, researchers interview tens of thousands of Americans each year to learn about crimes that they’ve experienced.
Lack of treatment in both men and women can lead to arthritis and heart disease.