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Awareness Calendar for Cancer & Other Causes | Personalized Cause

Personalized Cause's 2017 cause awareness events calendar features medical, cancer, psychological and social causes. Causes listed by awareness months, weeks and days.

STI Awareness Month


STI Awareness Month

Each April, The American Sexual Health Association recognizes STI Awareness Month. Diseases that are spread through sexual contact are usually referred to as sexually transmitted diseases or STDs for short. In recent years, however, many experts in this area of public health have suggested replacing STD with a new term — sexually transmitted infection, or STI.

The concept of “disease,” as in STD, suggests a clear medical problem, usually some obvious signs or symptoms. But several of the most common STDs have no signs or symptoms in the majority of people infected. Or they have mild signs and symptoms that can be easily overlooked. So the sexually transmitted virus or bacteria can be described as creating “infection,” which may or may not result in “disease.” This is true of chlamydia, gonorrhea, herpes, and human papillomavirus (HPV), to name a few. For this reason, for some professionals and organizations the term “disease” is being replaced by “infection.”

STI Awareness Month Sponsor: American Sexual Health Association
To learn more, visit http://www.ashastd.org