Young adults more likely to ‘cheat’ if they think partner is doing it

By Madeline Kennedy (Reuters Health) – Young adults who believe their partners are having sex with other people are more likely to have overlapping sexual relationships too, upping everyone’s risk of sexually transmitted infections (STI), according to a small U.S. study. “Overlapping sexual partnerships are particularly common among young adults and contribute to their higher prevalence of STI,” said lead author Diana Sanchez by email. Many common sexually transmitted infections are on the rise and half occur among young people ages 15 to 24, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Medications/Drugs News Headlines – Yahoo! News

Pharmaceutical Stocks


© 2018 Drugs News All rights reserved.       Privacy Policy       Contact Us