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Testing for Human Immunodeficiency Virus

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Human immunodeficiency virus HIV is the virus that causes acquired immunodeficiency syndrome AIDS HIV can enter the bloodstream through contact with an infected persons body fluids such as blood or semen This can happen during sex or by sharing needles used to inject drugs An infected woman who is...

August 2015

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Early Pregnancy Loss

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What is early pregnancy loss The loss of a pregnancy during the first 13 weeks of pregnancy the first trimester is called early pregnancy loss miscarriage or spontaneous abortion Pregnancy What is early pregnancy lossnbsp How common is early pregnancy loss What causes early pregnancy loss Are ther...

August 2015

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Alcohol and Women

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What is atrisk drinking Atrisk drinking means drinking more than seven drinks a week or three drinks on a single day Atrisk drinking also includes binge drinking Womens Health What is atrisk drinkingnbsp What is binge drinkingnbsp How does my body process alcohol What are the health risks of atris...

August 2015

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You and Your Sexuality (Especially for Teens)

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What happens during puberty When puberty starts your brain sends signals to certain parts of the body to start growing and changing These signals are called hormones Hormones make your body change and start looking more like an adults see FAQ041 Your Changing BodyEspecially for Teens Hormones also...

August 2015

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