A recent report on Sexual Health highlights the growing issue of young people in the UK drinking the most and having the highest rate of STI infections.

The report published by the Royal College of Physicians has found that young people aged 16 to 24 drink the most alcohol, as well as have the highest rates of gonnorhoea, genital warts (HPV which can lead to Cervical Cancer) and chlamydia.

The report has found links between starting to drink at an early age and becoming sexually active at an early age which is a marker for increased likelihood of STIs.

In order to help prevent the spread of STIs, practice safe sex and make having a regular STD test as part of your health care.

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