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Tags: 08 - Sexual Health, 09 - Relationships, 13 - Life Tips

How many std is there in browning

Hi there, Thanks for writing in! Since there’s many cities named Browning in different states, it can be tricky trying to look up statistics (numbers/data) for a value (thing you’re looking for/measuring) in a situation like this – because if you are not careful, you might get results for a city in a completely different state than the one you…

To support my beautiful Relatives during Breast Cancer Awareness month, I’d like to share some tips for doing breast tissue self-examinations.

To support my beautiful Relatives, I’d like to share some tips for doing breast tissue self-examinations. They should be done once a month, and follow the TLC steps: “Touch, Look and Check”. T – Touch: Lie on your back. Using the fingertips of your three middle fingers, touch both breasts (and the armpits too) in circular movements to feel for…

i adopted my daughter who is native american, she is such a blessing, and she is registered with the rosebud lakota tribe, we live in georgia, i just wanted to know if they offer her health ins?

Dear Erin, You are such a great mom! A great place to start is the Indian Health Service (IHS), which is the health care system for federally recognized American Indian and Alaska Natives in the United States. IHS provides a comprehensive health service delivery system for approximately 2.2 million American Indians and Alaska Natives. It’s important to clarify that the…

StrongHearts exists to restore power to Natives impacted by domestic, dating and sexual violence

StrongHearts Native Helpline is a helpline dedicated to serving the needs of Native American and Alaska Native peoples affected by domestic, dating and sexual violence. Their advocates are available 24/7 by texting or calling 1-844-762-8483 or by clicking on the chat now icon on strongheartshelpline.org. Their services are always free, confidential and anonymous so you don’t have to worry about…

Dear Auntie, my Auntie was just diagnosed with cervical cancer and I want to get involved with spreading awareness. She mentioned that January is cervical cancer awareness month. What can I do?

What an awesome niece you are! I’ve got some great things that you can do… Wear turquoise on Turquoise Tuesday, January 19th and share on social media using #TurquoiseTuesday to show your support for cervical cancer awareness in Indian Country Get Screened Talk to your healthcare provider about cervical cancer screening and the HPV vaccine, which is recommended for youth…

Dear Auntie, what are you grateful for this year?

I love this question! In reflecting back on this crazy year, one thing that stuck with me was when we first started hearing and preparing for COVID, I, probably alongside most of the world, was looking at the world infection maps. Maps that showed varying sizes of red dots indicating how many cases each country had. Over the course of…

Dear Auntie, I’m still a virgin but my boyfriend isn’t. We’ve been together for a long time and I think I’m ready, but I’m scared. What do I do? Will it hurt? How do I prepare myself?

Hey there, I’m so glad you wrote in. It’s normal to feel excited or anxious when thinking about having sex for the first time. Just remember that there’s no right or wrong time to start having sex – it varies for each person. A good first step is to talk about it with your boyfriend. It’s really important that you…
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