Tuesday, 24 November 2015

Study: Deaths Not Safer Sex More Than Feared Accident

Death can occur in a variety of ways, either due to illness or accident. A study of deaths from sex proves more feared than other causes such as accidents. Terri Conley D from the University of Michigan, USA who performs the research, said that in general unsafe sexual behavior is http://www.fotka.pl/link.php?u=http://www.ruangtani.com/16-cara-lengkap-dan-mudah-budidaya-jamur-tiram-putih/ considered more frightening and more risky lead to death, compared with reckless driving. In this study, the participants were polled in the risk of death from a variety of factors. According to respondents, the risk of death associated with unprotected sex was 7.1 percent while the risk of dying in

a car accident just 0.4 percent. Then, Conley and the team did three other separate studies to determine the extent of sexual behavior and sexually transmitted infections (STIs) badly viewed by the participants as compared to other behaviors that are considered risky. The result in the first study found that the risk of death after contracting HIV (Human Imunodeficiency Virus) as a result of sexual intercourse without a condom than those who had a car accident. Then in the later study participants were asked to read one of two scenarios. The first scenario describes a person who unwittingly transmit other

diseases, while transmitting the disease to others nonsexual. Then in the third study, they were also asked to read one of the 12 sketches that differ on the type of disease and how severe the disease. The result, as quoted by The Indian Express, on Tuesday (11/24/2015), Conley and his team concluded that the public stigmatization of sexually transmitted infections have caused more severe disease than the http://www.jcprd.com/park_admin/redirect.cfm?link=http://www.ruangtani.com/10-teknik-lengkap-cara-budidaya-lada-bermutu-ekonomi/ perceived sexual other diseases. This makes a lot of people think if IMS is much more risky than with driving the vehicle. (Up / up)

Study: Deaths Not Safer Sex More Than Feared Accident

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