The United States is currently experiencing a measles outbreak, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention CDC is encouraging individuals to be vaccinated against measles if they are not immune. People at risk include adults born in or later who have not been vaccinated or have not had measles, college students, teachers, healthcare personnel and international travelers. If you're unsure whether you are immune to measles, try to find your vaccination records or documentation of measles immunity. If you don't have documentation, the CDC recommends that you are vaccinated with measles, mumps and rubella MMR vaccine. Another option is to have a healthcare provider test your blood to determine whether you are immune, but there is no known harm in getting another dose of MMR vaccine if you may already be immune to measles or mumps or rubella.
STDs are mostly spread through vaginal, anal, or oral sex, and genital touching. There are over 20 types of STDs. STDs may be caused by bacteria, parasites, or viruses. STD infection may show a range of signs, or no signs at all. Sometimes people have an STD and don't know it. The only way to know if you have an STD is by a medical exam and testing by your health care provider. Your health care provider can examine and test you for STDs.
Magnets are a common feature in some toys. Magnets with a high magnetic strength and which are small enough to be swallowed are a hazard. Any toy that includes a hazardous magnet or magnetic component must contain:.