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2 Products That Mean Well But are Bad for Your Sexual Health: #NowWhat

iStock/andreser Most consumer products are safe. And although we’re mostly certain that the companies  selling the following new products don’t intend on inadvertently hurting people, hurt customers they might. At-home HPV testing HPV is a common sexually transmitted infection. So common that, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, nearly all sexually active… The post 2 Products That Mean Well But are Bad for Your Sexual Health: #NowWhat appeared first on EcoSalon.
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