Are You Worried? Sex Superbug Found In Hawaii
Ladies, pull down your skirts.
A drug-resistant strain of gonorrhea, dubbed the “sex superbug,” is on the loose. Okay, not really. But a monstrous version of the sexually transmitted disease–first found in Japan in 2011–has been found in parts of the world, and you sex-happy folks should be concerned.
According to Peter Whiticir of the State Department of Health’s STD/AIDs Prevention Control, very few medications are working to control this aggressive strain and people should be concerned that this private parts-loving insect is evolving.
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