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Promoting Reproductive and Sexual Health

In celebration of National Public Health Week (NPHW), Master of Public Health students share what the theme of each day during NPHW means to them and the Boise State community.

Using physical protection during sex is not just a choice, it means taking responsibility for yourself and your partner. Here’s why it’s crucial:

  • Prevents Sexually Transmitted Infections — Protecting yourself against sexually transmitted infections ensures your safety and health; and protects others too!
  • Prevent unplanned pregnancies — Empowers you to shape your own future by making informed choices
  • Mental health and peace — Relax and enjoy intimate moments

Condoms can be expensive to purchase, and due to personal reasons, some individuals may be embarrassed to purchase them at a store.

Don’t worry, there’s good news! You can get protection delivered right to your doorstep, discreetly and reliably absolutely free of charge. Visit the ONE condoms website to select a wellness package that includes 20 external condoms and 10 lubricants up to twice a month—free!

Visit the ONE Condoms website to learn more

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Master of Public Health Student Authors: Ellie Christian,, Srijana Mainali, Kaydin Griffin, Hunter Berry