Xlibris Published Book Dissects HIV/AIDS and Other Sex Related Diseases

Proper information and prevention considered key in fighting against sexually transmitted diseases in the Xlibris self-published book ‘Know the Dangers of Your Sexual Life.’

Philadelphia, PA, October 04, 2008 --(PR.com)-- ‘Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) are not rare and with worldwide travel, they spread rapidly from one country to another.’ This is the belief advocated by William S. Brothers in the book ‘Know the Dangers of Your Sexual Life’.

Dr. Brothers, in this Xlibris published book, scrutinizes 14 notorious diseases that can be spread by sexual contact, which include gonorrhea, herpes, syphilis and HIV/AIDS. With the aim of providing knowledge on the detection and prevention of STDs, this book is presented in non- or semi-medical terms that the general public and medical professionals can both understand.

‘Know the Dangers of Your Sexual Life’ stresses the significance of early diagnosis, proper treatment and prevention of spread in addressing the prevalence of sexually transmitted diseases. The necessity of education, information and awareness is crucial in finding success against STDs, which is why emphasis is given to the recognition of signs and symptoms that cause a person to seek medical attention.

This book promotes prevention and proper information as a weapon against the worldwide spread of sexually transmitted diseases.

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