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Increased Cases of Sexually Transmitted Diseases in Colleges

The highest percentage of college students across the world indulge in sexual activities. This can be with or without the necessary consent of a parent or guardian. This increas...
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The highest percentage of college students across the world indulge in sexual activities. This can be with or without the necessary consent of a parent or guardian. This increased rate of sexual activity in colleges has led to a higher rate of dangerous sexually transmitted diseases and early pregnancies. This has raised concern among medical teams and mentor personalities. Programs have been established to create awareness of protective relations and abstinence. Mentor programs are developed in colleges to help students to make wise decisions regarding their sex life.

Bloggers and online writers have also played a role by using their services to educate students. For instance, custom US dissertation writing provided by www.usdissertations.net educate students on the consequences of unprotected relations. Some colleges advocate safe sex through the provision of condoms and other contraceptives. A health unit department is also established to check regularly on students who may feel uncomfortable after engaging in relations. Some these cases of STDs arise due to increased rape cases. Most college administrators have formulated a security policy to protect students from sexual harassment. These diseases are transmitted when one engages in relations with more than one partner using unprotected relations.

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