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STI spike in over 40s

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This article is telling us that STI's can effect everyone who paricipates in unprotected sexual activity, and gives some reasons for the sudden spike in over 40's STI cases.

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Tessa Fergusson's curator insight, May 16, 2013 8:15 AM

This article is saying that even older people can still get STI's, actually it seems to be increasing. Women over 40 seem to have more unprotected sex, which is now leading to be a bad idea. This tells us no matter what age you are, you can still get STI's.

stephanie shalala's curator insight, November 14, 2013 7:53 PM

This article is telling us about the rise in STIs amongst older people. Stating in the past decade STIs has steadily grown by 300 per cent in Australians under 30 years, but recently there has been a large rise in rates in the 40-to-64 age group. This is something people need to be aware of as its important to look after there bodys and to know who there engaging intercourse wtih.

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Sexually transmitted infections at 'record high' - Telegraph

Sexually transmitted infections at 'record high' - Telegraph | STI's | Scoop.it

This article is telling us about the fact that the rate of STI's in young people is on the rise and is at it a record high, even now.This article, although using Britian as an example applys to australia as well, as we have the same problems.

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Tessa Fergusson's curator insight, May 16, 2013 8:00 AM

Sexually transmitted diseases are rapidly getting higher & higher. There are more risk of getting them, especially for younger generations. It shows that the younger people are being transmitted with diseases quite a bit more than older.

linasteinke's curator insight, November 25, 2014 10:03 PM

This article is telling us the fact that women aged 19 and men aged 20-23 are at greatest risk of being able to contract an STI. The article also has that teenagers aged 16-19 who are treated at a clinic for an STI and will return in a year and have another STI.

Ian steven Muhayimana's curator insight, June 16, 2015 7:48 PM

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