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Victoria Howard is the publisher of 10 books. Her most popular book, Why Women Love Bad Boys, is now sold in 10 countries.
Vicki is called The Baby Boomer Dating Guru and the Safe Sex Advocate for Baby Boomers.
She has appeared on Fox & Friends, Good Day LA, and Good Morning Sacramento. Join us as Vicki speaks about the rise of STDs in baby boomers, and how we can prevent them.
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20 million new occurences of STDs are reported each year according to the CDC and that's just in the United States. There are plenty of allopathic routes to treating and containing some of these illnesses and the strides in HIV/AIDs treatments have been remarkable however very little has been said about all the emotional contributing factors to acquiring or living with them.
On today's show get guidance from EFT and Matrix Reimprinting coach and trainer Alina Frank who specializes in physical intimacy in her private practice.
According to the CDC, one sexually active teenager in four already has a sexually-transmitted disease. They are growing at an epidemic rate – 10 million youths contracted an STD last year alone.
In the United States, young people (15-24) make up just over one-fourth of the sexually active population, but account for half of the 10 million cases of sexually-transmitted disease (STDs) each year, according to the Center for Disease Control (CDC). 46% of high school students have had sexual intercourse and are at risk for HIV and STDs. While there is a national effort to educate youth about HIV before they begin engaging in sexual activities, about one in three high school students did not use a condom during their last sexual intercourse.
Many people blame mobile technology for promoting sexual activity. There are some creative new efforts to use mobile technology to raise awareness. In the last few weeks, the Bloomberg Administration in New York City launched a controversial mobile app intended to reduce teen pregnancy called “Teens in NYC Protection+” and a judge ordered the morning after pill, Plan B, be available for females of all ages. Both are aimed at reducing pregnancy for teens and reduce STDs.
Qpid.me (www.QpidMe.com) has a new mobile technology that is doing its part to reduce the spread of STDs. “Technology is repeatedly blamed for young people having sex. We are turning that around and using technology to empower youth to make better sexual health decisions both on and offline,” said Ramin Bastani, founder and CEO of Qpid.me - a free, simple way to access and share verified STD results in a completely private, secure and unique way.
What is happening in retirement communities, assisted living facilities and nursing homes? You might imagine quiet reading, crossword puzzles, bingo, maybe some shuffleboard. Think again. Think about sex – unsafe sex.
Much as society might prefer to see older adults as asexual, the rates of STDs among older adults are climbing. Despite rising infections, gay and lesbian older adults remain an invisible population. Yet sex goes on anyway.
HIV/AIDS is not just an LGBT issue but a community issue as well.Terri Clark (Action Aids) & Robert Espinoza (SAGE) address these health disparities among marginalized populations, as well as offer important steps to advance health equity for all, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity.
We'll be discussing Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs) and healthy habits. We will touch on types, symptoms, treatments and prevention. We'll discuss both myths and facts about STDs. We'll talk about how to protect yourself and where you can go to get testing done.
Host: VJ Smith Producer/Co-host: Erica Brady
This segment examines the internet popular clip of a young African American woman who asserts that Black Women are too argumentative and should simply shut-up. She shares alarming statistics and has created quite a flurry in the virtual world. The Mourning After will share reactions to her statements as well as examine the validity of her claims and offer viable solution from a Christian perspective.
If you saw Our America With Lisa Ling this past Thursday, I will be talking to one of the the guest on the show and that I would consider a long distance friend of mine. With National HIV Testing Day on June 27th, this would be the perfect time to discuss the epidemic of HIV. Bringing the awareness of HIV/AIDS is one of those things that always will need to be discussed and kept on the forefront. Though people are getting tested and wearing condoms there has still be in a rise in HIV/AIDS cases. Tune in for this important interview!
It's officially summer, and Yute Vybz returns tonight with a bang. In the 'Hot Topics' segment we get reactions to Tessanne Chin's debut album, as well as feature the must attend parties for the month of July.
In Real Medz this week, we look at the 'bareback' phenomenon among young people. Tune in to hear from two young persons familiar with the practice, as well the Executive Director of Ashe, Conroy Wilson. They'll take us through the issues as we try to debunk the myths. Is the "pull out" practice effective? Are young people more afraid of pregnancy scares than STDs? Is there a stigma attached to buying condoms? Should we perhaps reconsider condoms in schools?
In Yute Spotlight, we feature the Editor In Chief of Teen Vybe magazine, Karl Lamond Jr. The popular youth magazine was recently revamped. He'll tell us what's next for the publication.
The HalfTime segment is still all about football, as the World Cup is winding down. We review the quarter final matches today. Our panelists will also assess whether Manchester United's chances are looking up considering their new manager's coaching performance at the World Cup.
In Yute Trendz we want to hear from you: "What do you think leads young people to engage in "bareback" sex?"
Join us at 8pm. www.talkjamaicaradio.com. Tweet it, post it, hashtag it! Lets vybe!
Crack became popular in the 1980's due to its psychopharmacological properties and it has been called the ''most addictive drug on earth''. Prostitution and trading sex for money has been linked to homelessness, sexually transmitted diseases, high levels of psychological distress, and more frequent drug use.
According to the American Sexual Health Association (ASHA) "Sexually transmitted diseases, or STDs (sometimes called sexually transmitted infections, or STIs) affect people of all ages, backgrounds, and from all walks of life. In the U.S. alone there are approximately 19.7 million new cases each year, nearly half of which occur among youth ages 15-24 years." In this day and time unprotected sex has become a popular thing. More and more people are putting themselves at risk to catch a variety of diseases and infections. But all of that can be avoided if we practice SAFE SEX. Tonight Queen Neé will be talking about Safe Sex and the importance of getting tested.
SourceNation!! We're talking about SEX!! Did you know? Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs) are way too common. And did you know that every year, as reported this year in the Huffington Post, 19 MILLION NEW CASES are reported in the US alone? With time, STDs can cause you to become infertilie or develop cancer of the reproductive system if nothing is done to treat them.
Dr Julissa - Our Resident Medical Expert 7:00pm
Dr. Julissa is a registered Naturopathic Doctor and Certified Natural Health professional who has been practicing for 19 years. Dr. Julissa was introduced to natural medicine at a young age by her mother, who is also a Naturopath. As a child, she became imbued with the passion to help heal others. Dr. Julissa’s career achievements, combined with her fluency in English, Spanish, and French provide her with a platform across many diverse cultures.
Her practice, The Natural Health Center, is located in midtown Manhattan and includes naturopathy, holistic medicine, sclerology, herbology, and iridology.
Dr. Julissa is available as an inspirational and motivational speaker on the subjects of herbal medicine and natural health, or she is available by appointment on an individual basis.
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