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Did you know that sexually transmitted infections, or STIs, are the most common diseases in the United States after the cold and flu? Around 12 million new cases of STIs are reported every year – almost 33,000 cases each day. Sixty-three percent of these cases occur in people under 25 years old, and teenagers alone account for 3 million STI cases each year.

If you’re having any kind of sex, it’s important for you to stay informed about STIs. What are the different STIs? What are the symptoms? How are they spread? How do you prevent them? You can find these answers and more right here. To get started, click on the STI you’d like to learn more about.

• Chlamydia
• Gonorrhea
• Hepatitis B
• Herpes
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• Syphilis
• Trichomonas
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Children's National Medical Center Adolescent Health Center
Washington, District of Columbia
Phone: 202-476-5465

Us Helping Us People Into Living Incorporated
Washington, District of Columbia
Phone: 202-446-1100

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