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Off Topic Forum / Re: What You Need to Know About the New Coronavirus
« Last post by iana5252 on March 06, 2020, 08:26:50 am »
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Off Topic Forum / What You Need to Know About the New Coronavirus
« Last post by iana5252 on March 06, 2020, 08:24:15 am »
From Tu Salud Science Editor Liz Highleyman:

A month after the new coronavirus respiratory disease known as COVID-19 came to public attention, researchers and public health official are continuing to learn about its spread, its mortality rate and who is most likely to become seriously ill.

Although much remains unknown, it?s clear that elderly people, those with other health conditions and people with compromised immune systems have a higher likelihood of severe illness. This includes people with cardiovascular disease, cancer and HIV. But taking some basic precautions can help keep you safe.

Family / Re: How to Talk to Your Children About Sex
« Last post by mad_adventurer on December 07, 2011, 10:48:15 am »
Never to early to start talking about it. Key is keeping it simple and short. Just keep bringing up different things a little at a time. Over time the topic gets easier to talk about and your kids will have an easier time asking you about it.
Fitness / Exercise / Re: Roberto Alomar, Steroids and HIV
« Last post by mad_adventurer on December 07, 2011, 10:44:36 am »
Would have made a sensationally story if the HIV stuff had come out when he did the spitting. Maybe it would have actually gotten a couple of people to pay attention that otherwise never would have. Opportunity missed.
Stroke / Eat more chocolate!!
« Last post by diannastarr on October 17, 2011, 12:43:42 pm »
I love the news post about the more cholocate you eat the more it helps you avoid a stroke. I eat enough for two so i must be a really low risk  ;)

Yummy Study Finding Says Chocolate May Protect Women From Strokes
Sexual Health / Young People Worldwide Know Less About Condoms
« Last post by frankfromatlanta on October 06, 2011, 10:41:13 am »
I didn't write that headline. I pulled it from a story on Tu Salud

That is a really sad state of affairs. I thought at least the rest of the world was making progress even though frank discussions about sex in the U.S remain non existent.

We need to break down this wall of fear or shame or whatever is stopping us from talking sex. It's a lot of fun when done safely!!
Fitness / Exercise / Roberto Alomar, Steroids and HIV
« Last post by iana5252 on January 10, 2011, 04:33:19 pm »
Did you see this recent blog entry about Roberto Alomar?

"So at a time when HIV-positive people like Willie Campbell are getting jailed for spitting on people, which has virtually zero chance of spreading the virus, the Hall of Fame voting committee is more worried about who did and didn't use steroids.


I guess it is progress that HIV isn't a factor.

What do you think?
Family / How to Talk to Your Children About Sex
« Last post by iana5252 on February 19, 2010, 03:55:51 pm »
Gloria became pregnant at 17 by a man she was dating from the neighborhood. Her mother was unaware that her daughter was even dating, much less having sex. Most painful to Gloria was that the father, with whom she was so in love, insisted she get an abortion. When she refused, he disappeared. Gloria had the baby, and life certainly changed.

Click here to read the whole story...
Sexual Health / "Abstinence-Only" Study Reignites Sex Education Debate
« Last post by iana5252 on February 19, 2010, 03:54:34 pm »
A recent study found that abstinence-only sex education programs delayed the onset of sexual activity in pre-teens and reduced the amount of sexual activity among those who were sexually active.

Read the full article here...
Breast Cancer / Telenovela star Adamari Lopez talks breast cancer
« Last post by iana5252 on February 19, 2010, 03:51:23 pm »
Telenovela star Adamari Lopez calls breast cancer the biggest challenge she has ever faced. Now she's sharing her story in the hope that other women, especially Latinas, will take charge of their health.

Read the full article here...
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