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   Teens, Sex, and STIs DVD
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    Description: Too often, teens believe that they are immune to the consequences of risky behavior. This video provides a dose of realism. The issue of teenage sexual activity is addressed in a straightforward fashion. Teens will learn about several unsavory infections that can be acquired by those who engage in sex without using adequate protection.
    Price: $89.95
    Copyright: ©2005
    Format: 1 DVD
    Length:60 minutes
    UPC:69394 0161636
    Learning Objectives: 1) Students will consider the negative consequences of sexual activity.
    2) Students will learn how sexually transmitted diseases affect those who contract them.
    3) Symptoms of sexually transmitted diseases will be discussed.
    4) Students will learn which STIs can be treated and which ones are incurable.

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    "There are two versions of this program about sexually transmitted infections on the same tape. One shows sores on the genitals, the other does not. The program uses voice-over throughout, with live-action scenes illustrating the issues. The first part focuses on the reasons some teens become sexually active, including peer pressure, raging hormones, and misconceptions. Then the focus turns to the emotional consequences: regret, resentment, and living with a bad reputation. A nurse describes the symptoms and effects of numerous sexually transmitted infections illustrated by pictures of the bacteria or virus and the sores. The basic information is also written on the screen. Treatments and cures, where available, are detailed. All infections need to be treated promptly to prevent devastating damage including infertility (chlamydia) and brain damage (syphilis). A final brief section mentions birth control techniques and stresses the need for condoms to help prevent the spread of these infections. This straightforward, detailed program will be useful in health classes where blunt talk and clinical photos can be presented."
    SOURCE: School Library Journal, December 2000 Issue
    AUTHOR: Anitra Gordon, Lincoln High School, Ypsilanti, MI
    Reproduced, with permission from School Library Journal Copyright �
    By Cahners Business Information
    A Division of Reed Elsevier Inc.
    Special Features:
    Region Free
    Chapter Menus
    English Subtitles
    Censored and Uncensored versions on one disc

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