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Just like the younger millennials grew up in the post-AIDS crisis era, older Baby Boomers who grew up in the pre-AIDS crisis era could also be avoiding condoms spreading STDs as well."People do talk about the rise in STIs with young people and they attribute it to Grindr and Tinder and other apps, but I think we’re in a time when half the population is getting divorced or is going through a divorce,” Boodram said.
She said she wasn’t doing it so much for public awareness but just to inform her friends and acquaintances. So get tested, get medicated, and know you have it! ”The good news, The California Healthy Youth Act implemented in January 2016 mandates a comprehensive age-appropriate sex education program for all middle and high-schoolers, significantly expanding the topics and the time our youth learns about sex and healthy relationships.
After coming out with the news, she said she has realized how much her story serves as a cautionary tale to everyone, defeats myths and fears about the disease, and it also inspires people to get tested and stay protected.“It’s like, when you know you have it, you get on medication you stop passing it,” Vaughan said. Here are some more stats on STDs, according to the California Department of Public Health: With 189,937 reported cases in 2015, Chlamydia was the most common reportable disease in California and is at the highest level since reporting was mandated in 1990.