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STD

The ISO 4217 currency code for the Sao Tome & Principe Dobra.

STD

ISO 4217 code for the Sao Tome and Principe dobra. It was introduced in 1977, replacing the Sao Tome and Principe escudo. In the mid-2000s, the dobra's inflation rate accelerated significantly. In 2009, it was pegged to the euro.
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The report presents detailed analysis of the STD market in the US, Current scientific views on epidemiology and etiology are presented forChancroid ,Chlamydia ,Gonorrhea ,Herpes ,HPV , andSyphilis .
Did you know that Lane County's STD rates have increased by almost 800 percent since 2011?
Most STDs affect both men and women, but in many cases, women pay a higher price in terms of health problems.
Although the reporting of certain STDs is technically mandatory for both public and private doctors, in reality it is more voluntary for the latter as they will not be prosecuted if they fail to report cases.
Finally, many women believed that STDs could be detected by a visual inspection of the genital area.
Our findings support the notion that adolescents who perceive STDs as stigmatizing are not as likely as others to undergo regular screening.
If you are choosing high-risk partners, you are much more likely to have an STD, even when we account for your condom-use patterns," she said.
Black teens had the highest prevalence of disease, with 48% testing positive for at least one of the four most common sexual infections, compared with 20% of white teens, investigators reported in a press briefing during a CDC-sponsored conference on STD prevention.
HIV risk-reduction interventions teach communication skills as an important component in prevention and control of HIV and other STDs (46).
In developing countries, both the prevalence and incidence of STDs are still very high, with STDs making up the second cause of healthy life lost in women of 15 to 45 years of age after maternal morbidity and mortality.
STD declines in a South African mining community following addition of periodic presumptive treatment to a community HIV prevention project.