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Check Diseases Sex On-screen Cell Phone

As quoted from the Guardian, physicians and technology experts in the UK is developing a small device such examiner pregnancy kit, which can quickly and accurately check whether someone has been suffering from venereal diseases such as herpes, chlamydia, or gonorrhea (lion king).

If you are too embarrassed to see her doctor to check whether it has contracted venereal disease or not, do not worry. Soon, there will be applications on the mobile screen can guarantee your privacy.

As quoted from the Guardian, physicians and technology experts in the UK is developing a small device such examiner pregnancy kit, which can quickly and accurately check whether someone has been suffering from venereal diseases such as herpes, chlamydia, or gonorrhea (lion king).

How it works, suspects that people with sexual transmitted diseases must put urine or saliva (spit) on a computer chip about the size of a USB chip, which fitted into their cell phones or computers.

After that, the diagnosis will be available only in the number of minutes, complete with the name of the pathway to sexual transmitted diseases. “Now your phone can be a mobile doctor,” said Dr.. Tariq Sadiq, a specialist sexual health and HIV from Saint George’s University of London, who led the project.

According to Sadiq, with this tool, the phone will not only be showing what the disease suffered genital infections, but also could suggest where patients can receive care.

This tool is an effort by British health experts to minimize the transmission of venereal disease infection in the country. Britain is one country that has extra-marital pregnancy rates and the highest sexually transmitted infections among teenagers.

Last year, the rate of transmission of venereal disease infection in there to record highs on a decade later, ie 482 696 people. Two thirds of women who contracted venereal disease, aged under 25 years of age. While at the same age group, more than half of men were also infected.

“We need to prevent the escalation of this epidemic, which continues to get worse day after day,” said Sadiq. One reason is the shame factor among young people to find out whether he suffered from this disease. In fact, many of them remain to be carriers of disease, although their symptoms had disappeared.

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