Tuesday, April 30, 2019

How to Spot Signs that Your Partner Might Be Cheating on You

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No one wants to believe that their partner might be cheating on them, but you can’t ignore the signs. Failing to recognize the indications that your partner may be cheating on you is not only bad for your relationship and emotional well-being, but it’s also a risk to your physical health. While every situation is different, here are the major red flags that your partner might be cheating on you.

Saturday, April 15, 2017

The Significance of STI Screening – Infographic

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Every year in America, 10 million new cases of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) are diagnosed in people aged 15-24, while more than 1.5 million Americans have been diagnosed with chlamydia. This is just in the U.S., not worldwide. Those figures lay bare just how easily STIs can spread, with any form of skin-on-skin contact potentially transferring an infection from one person to another.

Wednesday, March 11, 2015

Tiwa Savage Pretty In Pink As She Cautions Young Ugandan Students On Unsafe Abortions

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Tiwa Savage is still in Uganda and she looked absolutely pretty in pink while delivering an inspirational message about unsafe abortions to young students at Mariam High School in Kampala, as part of a one week campaign to create awareness on teenage pregnancy. She spoke to the students and advised them to shun unproductive lifestyles that deter them from achieving their potential.

According to Reach a Hand Foundation in Uganda – one of the hosts of the 1 week campaign – every year about 3 million girls aged 15 to 19 undergo unsafe abortions, and that is why they felt a need to touch on the subject with young girls through a cultural icon they can connect with. They said Tiwa Savage’s visit to Mariam High School was fun and yet informative. See photos below...

Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Got an STD? How To Anonymously Alert Your Sex Partner

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By Toni Sims

Need to notify your lover that they should get tested for a sexually transmitted disease (STD)? Well, send them an anonymous message! Yep, that’s right, you heard me.