Learn how to best protect yourself and your partner from sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and unintended pregnancy.
Anyone can be susceptible to becoming infected with HIV. The only way to be sure of your status is through regular testing.
"Getting tested for STIs sounds a lot more daunting than it seems. But if you’re sexually active in any way possible — yes, even if you don’t have penetrative sex — it’s responsible to get tested on a regular basis." ~Robyn Smith, The Independent Florida Alligator
Learn about ways to: improve eating habits/be active; avoid fatigue/sleep deprivation; maintain mental health; avoid substance use; have healthy relationships; prevent STIs/STDs; and more.
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