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At-Home STD Tests Help to Foster Sexual Health

Digital technology has created a culture of instant gratification, even when it comes to dating and mating. With a few mindless swipes, a click and then beer and shots, it’s easy to find someone to keep you warm (or sweaty), if only for one night. The local bar is no longer the simplest way to find a casual fling. That’s good news for the lovelorn and lonely, but a nightmare for public health.
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