The findings

The findings, High – Risk Behavior, Predictor Of STD Testing Among Newly Homeless YouthIn the first study of its kind focusing on newly homeless youth have UCLA researchers found that high-risk sexual behavior can not predict whether these individuals were tested for STDs . Instead, they were tested only when someone became pregnant or have someone pregnant.

These kids need better information on the risks to which they in the streets and the importance of STD testing. ‘In order for us to improve STD testing in this population – we very young kids very young children – we need to develop outreach programs them them and advise them to test where they can,’said Solorio. ‘You are so young they do not think they have an STD acquired Some STDs are asymptomatic;. Could not they know that they have a sexually transmitted disease at all. ‘.

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