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Topic 8.3 (Ages 9-12) Understanding, Recognizing and Reducing the Risk of STIs, including HIV

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Topic 8.3 for ages 9-12 includes the following key ideas:
  1. People can acquire STIs, including HIV, as a result of having sex with someone who already has an STI, and there are ways people can lower their vulnerability to infection
  2. HIV is a virus that can be transmitted in various ways, including unprotected sex with someone who is living with HIV
  3. There are ways that people can reduce their vulnerability to STIs, including HIV
  4. Testing is the only way to know for sure whether someone has an STI, including HIV, and treatment exits for HIV and most STIs
The videos below each address one or more of these key topics.