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  • Doctor-wary Americans turn to Reddit for STD advice
  • Doctor-wary Americans turn to Reddit for STD advice
    Etienne Boulanger (2019) ©
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Doctor-wary Americans turn to Reddit for STD advice

Reddit has seen its fair share of bizarre content, and now people are flocking there to seek sexual health advice and support from strangers. Due to long waiting room times and lingering skepticism around traditional healthcare, people are ditching doctors and going online instead.

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