Sexually Transmitted

Some articles on sexually transmitted:

Transmission Risks And Rates
... For example, it has been shown that a concurrent sexually transmitted infection can substantially increase the probability (p) of infecting a susceptible with HIV ... way to reduce the value of p (and hence lower HIV transmission rates) might be to treat other sexually transmitted infections ... For sexually transmitted infections, large scale studies of sexual behaviour have been set up to estimate the contact rate ...
Teenage Pregnancy And Sexual Health In The United Kingdom - Sexual Health - Sexually Transmitted Infections
... attending sexual health clinics with the sexually transmitted infection Gonorrhoea was under the age of 20 ... the 1980s and 1990s and was now the most common sexually transmitted infection amongst teenagers with over thirty thousand new cases reported, almost 28% of all new ...
Testicular Immunology - The Effects of Infections and Immune Responses On The Testis - Sexually Transmitted Diseases
... Gonorrhea is a sexually transmitted disease caused by the bacteria Niesseria gonorrhea which can lead to testicular pain and swelling ... Chlamydia is caused by the sexually transmitted bacteria Chlamydia trachomatis which infects the genitals ...
Herpesviruses - Human Herpesviridae Infections
... orofacial), as well as other herpes simplex infections Neuron Close contact (oral or sexually transmitted infection) HHV-2 Herpes simplex virus-2 (HSV-2) α Mucoepithelial Oral and/or ...
Sexually Transmitted Infections (journal)
... Sexually Transmitted Infections is a peer-reviewed medical journal covering the clinical, epidemiological, and laboratory aspects of sexual health, sexually transmitted diseases, and HIV and AIDS ...

Famous quotes containing the word transmitted:

    What we often take to be family values—the work ethic, honesty, clean living, marital fidelity, and individual responsibility—are in fact social, religious, or cultural values. To be sure, these values are transmitted by parents to their children and are familial in that sense. They do not, however, originate within the family. It is the value of close relationships with other family members, and the importance of these bonds relative to other needs.
    David Elkind (20th century)