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How you can help prevent sexual assault of people with disabilities

Rate this article and enter to winSexual assault can happen to anyone—yet it often is not random. Studies of sexual assault consistently show a higher rate of victimization of people with disabilities compared to...
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Ask the doc: How often should I go for check-ups?

“How often should I be going for a physical/check-up?”—Addison P.*, New Jersey Institute of Technology(*Name changed)It’s generally recommended that people 18–25 years old get in touch with a healthcare professional once every year or...