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All three diseases overwhelmingly affected people under 40, with gonorrhea and chlamydia cases being four-to-six times as likely to infect people under 25.
Chlamydia is almost twice as likely to affect Massachusetts women, though transmission rates among men are also on the rise.
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"It’s important for anyone having sex to take charge of their health by using protection every time they have sex, getting tested, and if necessary treated, for STDs, and talking with their partners about their status," she said.
When dating online, health experts recommend chatting with potential partners about your expectations when it comes to sex: when, where and how you want to do it, if you will.
Jennifer Childs-Roshak, president and CEO, Planned Parenthood League of Massachusetts.
“Access to testing and treatment, along with education about STD prevention, are the best ways to ensure that people stay healthy and safe.
"We can now offer comprehensive coverage of our communities at home—and with convenient guides that will be visible in the areas where people go to shop and spend free time." The publication was started in 2000 by former Bay Area Parent production manager Sylvia Myrvold and sold to Bobbi Jo Palmer Productions in 2010.
The rise of dating apps like Tinder and Grindr is concurrent with increases in reported cases of STDS, Cranston said.
“It’s arguable dating apps are a cause, but whether it leads to more sex, anonymous sex or condom-less sex is hard to answer,” he said.
The monthly joins a family of publications that includes the Gilroy Dispatch, Morgan Hill Times, Hollister Free Lance, Good Times in Santa Cruz and Metro Silicon Valley.
"We look forward to building on Out & About's mission of providing family-friendly information about upcoming events and activities" said Gilroy Dispatch Publisher Jeff Mitchell.
Myrvold has remained as editor but will be retiring to Southern California to be closer to her children.