An individual who acquires an STD may well have acquired others without knowing it. The chance of a person acquiring an STD increases steeply with the number of his or her sexual partners, and with the number of sexual partners of those partners. Symptoms of STD can sometimes easily be overlooked. Simple measures are highly effective for preventing STD.
■ Name two diseases that have both sexual and nonsexual modes of transmission.
■ Why might an individual with an STD need to be checked for other STDs even though there are no symptoms of any others?
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Our internal organs, the colon, liver and intestines, help our bodies eliminate toxic and harmful matter from our bloodstreams and tissues. Often, our systems become overloaded with waste. The very air we breathe, and all of its pollutants, build up in our bodies. Today’s over processed foods and environmental pollutants can easily overwhelm our delicate systems and cause toxic matter to build up in our bodies.