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Stress-Biggest Threat to Life

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Stress Stress is a part of every student's daily life. Housebound or shift; Financial management; Life with peers; And combine work, classes, and relationships contribute to the normal stress of being a student. In addition, it is not uncommon for students to feel stressed and anxious to waste time, meet high standards, or alone. Stress can also come from interesting or positive events. Infidelity, preparation for studying abroad, or buying a car can be less happy than just as stressful events. One of the most important things you can do is to recognize when you build up your stress. The amount of stress that can tolerate before getting difficulties varies depending on their life situation and their age. A key to doing stress first step is to take a balance of stress in your life. If you are not sure your sources of stress, lead students to stress the checklist. If you are under stress, you may experience some of the following: Emotions: anxiety, irritability, fear, humor, spoil…

CAN CONDOMS PREVENT ALL STDs?

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Most of the population even the educated ones feel completely safe in their sexual relations when they are using condoms. Most of the data available on internet claim that condoms are an effective protection against HIV/AIDS but mostly only for HIV/AIDS. However, the under-informed masses are unaware of the fact that condoms do not provide protection against a number of Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI) like herpes, HPV, syphilis, pubic lice, or scabies. They spread through skin to skin genital contact. Even if no fluid exchange occurs, these STIs may spread easily and can produce a fatal condition, no where less threatening than the much hyped HIV, which make the immune system weak to the fatal extent. HIV weakens the immune system by lowering the number of T-Lymphocytes. The normal range of T- Lymphocyte is 500 to 1500 which drops below 200 due to HIV infection. This makes the immune system weak for any other pathogen to attack the body and cause secondary infection. Usually, th…