Women are dying in droves.
According to the National Institute of Health, more than 4,400 women and girls died of the diseases they contracted from their husbands, boyfriends, or co-workers in 2013.
Many of these deaths were due to STDs.
“Women are dying from STDs at rates that are twice as high as the rate of death for men,” said Dr. Robert P. Gleason, an associate professor of medicine at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and co-director of the STDs Prevention Research Center.
“What’s more, women are dying more from STIs than men because men are getting STIs at much higher rates than women.
They’re getting it from men who are not paying attention to their hygiene and are not taking steps to prevent the spread of the virus.”
A survey by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found that men are twice the risk of contracting STDs from their partners than women are.
The CDC says that women are three times more likely to get sexually transmitted infections, such as HIV, than men.
According the CDC, women make up about one-third of the U.S. population.
But as the number of STDs rises in the U., it is expected that men will suffer the most.
Women tend to live longer than men, and they are more likely than men to have health problems such as diabetes, high blood pressure, and arthritis.
“It’s very, very difficult to understand the reasons behind why women die more often than men from STI,” Gleason said.
The reason may lie in the way women are dressed.
In a survey of more than 500 American men and women, Gleason found that women tended to be more likely, even more, to wear “feminine” clothing.
“I think this may be related to how the body has evolved over the last 10,000 years,” Gleeson said.
“Our ancestors had more feminine anatomy than men do today.”
When men are not doing the right thing, women may get STDs without even realizing it.
Dr. Michelle Dufresne, a physician at the University of California, San Francisco, said women who dress in feminine clothing are not wearing the right kind of protection.
“We need to look at what our bodies are doing in terms of the environment, what our metabolism is doing,” Dufre said.
For instance, she said, if a woman’s body is not metabolizing as effectively, the body may be able to transmit STDs even when she is not wearing a condom.
“The problem is, the more exposed you are to sexual activity, the less likely you are [to get tested],” Dufrey said.
It is the responsibility of women to make sure they are wearing the correct protective gear, such a condom, if they are going to be at home.
Women may not be wearing their protective gear in the right way, even if it is just to make themselves look better.
“People are more concerned about men,” Dua said.
Even though men are more protective of their bodies, they may still be at risk for getting the diseases that they contracted.
“Men are often less aware of how they’re not making it safer,” Dura said.
Dua is the founder of the organization, Save Our Lives, which helps women who have been sexually assaulted.
She said there is a perception that men have to protect themselves, and that if they wear a condom and wear makeup, they are not really doing that.
“They’re just making themselves look less feminine,” Duda said.
Women need to be able, for example, to get the right prescription for STDs, or be prescribed drugs that are not the ones they are currently taking, like the drug nifedipine, to reduce the risk that they get the disease.
And Dua recommends that women and their partners get tested for STIs so they can have accurate information on how much they have gotten from their partner.
The National Institute for Allergy and Infectious Diseases recommends that couples who have not been sexually active for at least three months get tested annually.
But that does not mean couples should get tested at the same time each year.
“When couples are not sexually active, they should be tested at least annually,” Gleasons said.
That’s because the STI rates for men are higher than those for women.
“In terms of STIs, the number that men and men are dying of is much higher than the number for women,” Gleasons said.
Gleasason said the CDC’s survey is important because it shows the number and rate of STI deaths among married couples in the United States.
The rate of male deaths in the survey is one-and-a-half times the rate for women, according to Gleason.
“One thing that is clear is that when women are not being properly cared for, they have a much