Improper condom use an international problem
A recent study published in the journalsuggests that around the globe, improper use is threatening . Researchers from The Kinsey Institute Use Research Team found that the improper use of is a widespread, international issue.
The report was composed by 20 researchers from a number of different countries around the world. They discussed the various ways maleare promoted and used among sexually active adults of different nations, according to William L. Yarber, one of the members of the research team.
While most common STDs, if used improperly they can lead to the transmission of illnesses or unintended pregnancy. Proper usage isn't just a global health issue, it also weighs into economics. are significantly less expensive than medications needed to treat people with HIV/AIDS and other STDs.can be an effective way to reduce one's risk of contracting the
"While we'd like to think the AIDS epidemic is going away, it's not. In the U.S., it's getting worse," said Richard Crosby, a member of the research team. "We keep looking to medical doctors for the solution to the epidemic, but it's the wrong paradigm. We can prevent small pox, SARS, cholera and a host of other infectious diseases. The prevention of the disease is the modern solution to the AIDS pandemic, and we need to begin applying that solution in earnest.are the vaccine we've been waiting for."
Crosby went on to say sexual education that informs people how to properly use a condom is essential. These courses should not only touch on usage, but also discuss other matters related to sex in general, including , erections and semen.