Now a days, sexually transmitted diseases are highly prevalent. According to the Center for Disease Control, 19 million new infections are diagnosed each year.
Once diagnosed, it is up to the individual to notify their sexual partner(s) that they have been exposed to an STD. However, in our technology age, women and men no longer have to make embarrassing phone calls or drop-bys. They can just pop on their computer.
Currently, people in 10 states can avoid awkward, embarrassing moments by visiting inSPOT to inform their partners they might have syphilis, gonorrhea, HIV. . . take your pick.
To read The New York Times article highlighting a man who received his very on STD alert E-Card click here.
Have you received an STD E-Card alert? Would you send one?
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