Thousands of STD Infected Singles Flocked to STD Dating Sites on Valentine's Day According to the Data of

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Thousands of STD infected singles flocked to during the week of Valentine’s Day. Young people aged 20 to 25 were the major part.

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According to the data of on Feb.20, 2014, thousands of STD infected single people registered on during the week of Valentine’s Day to find their love and happiness. Compared to the number of new members last Christmas, there was a sharp increase this year during the week of Valentine's Day. is the largest online dating site for people who are living with herpes, aids, hpv or other STDs. The huge increase of new members indicates that more and more STD infected people tend to seek partners who are similar to them, which, to some extent, can decrease the risk of new STD infections.

According to the data of CDC, there are about 20 new infections every year. That might be the reason why there’s a big increase in the number of members on STD dating site. also analyzed the age of the new members of the site. The result surprisingly showed that new members aged from 20 to 25 were the major part of the increase, about 35%, while senior people (aged 60-65) were listed as the second, about 22%.

Valentine’s Day is the most romantic day of the year. It may also be a day that thousands of people possibly get infected with STDs. For STD infected people, it is very hard but important to let their partners know about their status. For people not infected with STDs, safe sex is the best advice.

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