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Xes Apps Increase Risk Of Stis, Us Researchers Warn

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Using smartphone apps to seek out partners for casual sex poses an increased risk of sexually transmitted infections, researchers warn.

A study in Los Angeles, California, showed gonorrhoea and chlamydia were more common in gay men using apps than in those meeting in clubs or online.

Sexual health experts said technology was creating more opportunities for sex than ever before.

One of the apps, Grindr, said it was committed to promoting safe sex.

Surely casual sex increases the risk of STI and the people using these apps would be the people who'd normally have casual sex anyway?

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