Stds and dating
Team 12 spent an hour talking to students at Arizona State University's downtown Phoenix campus to learn their thoughts on mobile dating apps and their possible connection to STD rates."Definitely makes sense," Chris Jameson said."It's just like greater access to a bunch of people inherently ups the risk, especially when you're getting involved with dating and hooking up.Dating apps have completely changed the online dating game that was once dominated by website-based companies such as and e Harmony.Each app has its own gimmick modified a bit from the OG of them all, Tinder. On Happn, it connects you with people who have crossed your path (a little creepy in a way).Now, you can browse 100 people a day, swipe left or right and have immediate access to all of them.If they aren't interested, no big deal, just keep scrolling.
You can sit at a bar with your friends, have a few drinks while scrolling, match with someone and then meet that complete stranger for a late-night rendezvous.This section has a ton of resources that will help clear the air and keep you safe.i ask this specifically on yelp because most of the responses are educated as opposed to immature responses.PREVIOUS: STDs in Phoenix are on the rise, find which ZIP codes have the most outbreaks Across Arizona, the main source for these diseases is in a specific the age group, according to a state report released earlier this year.
The report reveals that 78 percent of all STD cases are found among young adults, 15-29 years old.
There are five reportable STDs in Arizona: chancroid, chlamydia, gonorrhea, herpes, and syphilis.