State of Sex-Ed in Ohio; Heart Health

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Sexually transmitted diseases are at an all-time high in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Nearly 2.3 million cases were diagnosed in 2017. It's a record, and the fourth straight year the number of diagnoses increased. Why? Are young people failing to get proper sex education? On The Sound of Ideas, we'll talk about the sprease of STDs and the state of sex ed in Ohio. Then, why middle-aged Americans are experiencing more cardiac episodes than any other age group and how to get more heart-healthy. 

 

Resources

The State of Sex Ed The Center For Community Solutions Report

STD Prevention Centers for Disease Control Report

Guests: 

-Shaina Munoz, Policy and Planning Associate, Center for Community Solutions & Coordinator, Collaborate for Comprehensive School-Age Health 

-Dr. Kimberly Fuller PhD, Asst. Professor, Cleveland State University School of Social Work

-Dr. Erika Trapl, PhD, Associate Professor, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine

-Dr. William Lewis, MD, Division Director of Heart & Vascular Cardiology, Metrohealth

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