Ebola Survivors Can Pass on Disease Through Sexual Activity

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According to the World Health Organization (WHO), ebola outbreak that was declared in the Democratic Republic of Congo is the world’s second-largest Ebola epidemic. The latest figures show that 3444 cases of Ebola were recorded including 1169 survivors and 2264 deaths. Considering the severity of the disease, scientists are trying to uncover as much as … Read more

Risks Factors for Coerced Sex Among Female Youth in Ghana

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High rates of coerced sex among female youth in Ghana remains a huge public health concern.  Sexual victimization is recognized as a human right violation and also as the main threat to the wellness of females. It’s experiences have adverse mental, physical, and behavioral consequences that have been reported by studies across the world. The … Read more

Coronavirus Lockdown May Help Reduce The Spread of STDs

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Novel coronavirus disease, also known as COVID-19, has spread across the globe in a relatively short timeframe. The number of new infections keeps increasing and governments are introducing new, stricter measures to keep their citizens safe and prevent the pandemic from spreading even more. Coronavirus lockdown has changed our lives in many ways. People need … Read more

New Study Identifies What Gives Nigerian Students Confidence to Use Condoms

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The center of efforts to decrease the incidence and prevalence of sexually transmitted diseases accounts for raising awareness of condom use. In Nigeria and neighboring countries, this has been a tricky endeavor as public stigma often prevents men and women from being open about their sex life. Purchasing a box of condoms isn’t such an … Read more

Rwanda Being the First Country to Possibly Wipe Out Cervical Cancer

Rwanda and sexually transmitted infections

With cervical cancer being one of the most common causes of death all around the world, especially in high burden countries such as Rwanda, the people in Rwanda have made a great step forward, focusing on wiping out cervical cancer altogether. With the techniques and methods that they have developed over the years, the rates … Read more

What’s Herpes and Benefits of Testing at Home

Herpes Information

Sexually transmitted diseases (STD) and infections (STIs) are widely prevalent across the globe, particularly in low- to middle-income countries, and Ghana is no exception. Genital herpes is one of the most common STDs, but most people don’t even know they have it. That’s where the tests step in. What are herpes and its causes? Why … Read more

Herpes Private Test

Genital Herpes STI Test

One in every 8th person has genital herpes. Since the signs and symptoms are usually non-existent, people have trouble noticing it. More than 90% of people don’t even know they have it. The only way to make sure is to do a checkup. Herpes can infect the genitals, nose, mouth, hand, or fingers. It’s possible for the virus to enter via cracks on the skin. After the infection has manifested, there will be an outbreak. It can be passed on to a sexual partner. Look after your sexual health, get yourself tested today!

Medical Marijuana May Lead to Having More Sex

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Marijuana is famous for its many benefits including treating chronic pain, decreasing opioid abuse, improving life satisfaction, and heightening libido. Many countries have legalized the use of marijuana and CBD drugs for medical purposes.  They’ve designed laws and guidelines that ensure that psychotropic substances and precursors are only used for medical and scientific purposes. However, … Read more