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Risk Behavior Surveillance Systemrevealsthat too many students (between 12 to 25 percent) overall report never having been taught about HIV or AIDS in school. When broken down by race, more blacks than whites, and particularly black males, report never having been taught about HIV or AIDS. Most striking, a full 27 percent of black males who had sexual contact with males only or both males and females reported never having received HIV/AIDS instruction, as compared with 15% of their white counterparts.
Despite Hillary Clinton’s rhetoric about an AIDS-free generation, too little is being done to ensure that young people get essential prevention education. Our public officials and institutions must renew their commitment to prevention education. At the federal level, funding must be expanded for theCDC’s Division of Adolescent and School Health, which provides money and technical assistance to HIV/STI prevention programs to states and localities around the country. States should revisit their health and sexuality education standards. A year ago, four leading health organizationsreleasedthe first-ever national standards for sexuality education in schools. State legislators and departments of educatio.
So taking into account the sexual and non-sexual physical symptoms into considerations. The authors also indicated that current data failed to show a significant association between TRT and prostate cancer. TRT has been shown to improve sexual function in men with TD. According to a recent review article in the American Journal of Medicine, TRT might also improve the overall health of men.
Abdulmaged M. Traish, MBA, PhD, professor of Urology and Biochemistry at Boston University School of Medicine (BUSM), is the lead author of the article, which was written as a concise review for primary care physicians about advancements being made in the field of endocrinology and men's health. This article was written in collaboration with Martin M. Miner, MD, from the Warren Albert School of Medicine at Brown University; Abraham Morgentaler, MD, from Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center; and Michael Zitzmann, MD, from the University Clinics Muenster, Germany.