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  • Taking Care of Your Vision

    ... Wash your hands regularly! Glasses and Contacts. If you need glasses
    or contact lenses, follow a few tips for the best results. ...

  • Molluscum Contagiosum

    ... surface. Many people who come in contact with the virus have immunity
    against it, so they don't develop any growths. People ...

  • Ebola

    ... start of an outbreak. They think that people pick up the virus from contact
    with infected animals. Tropical animals in Africa ...

  • Food Poisoning

    ... the United States. These bacteria usually get into foods when they come
    into contact with animal feces. The main causes ...

  • About Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs)

    ... Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) are infectious diseases that spread
    from person to person through intimate contact. ...

  • Food Allergies: How to Cope

    ... allergic to. Here are three ways to avoid coming into contact with foods
    you may be allergic to: 1. Read Food Labels. In the ...

  • Abstinence

    ... A person who decides to practice abstinence has decided not to have sex
    or any type of intimate sexual contact. How Does It Work? ...

  • 5 Myths About STDs

    ... Myth: You can avoid STDs by having oral or anal sex. Fact: Where there's sex
    (oral, anal, vaginal, or even just sexual contact), there can be STDs. ...

  • Cold Sores (HSV-1)

    ... caused by HSV-1; it's caused by another type of the herpes simplex virus called
    herpes simplex virus-2 (HSV-2) and is spread by sexual contact. ...

  • Pinkeye (Conjunctivitis)

    ... If someone touches an infected person's genitals and then rubs his or her own
    eye or touches a contact lens, the infection can spread to the eye. ...