On April 12, the Student Health Center at the University of Missouri offered free testing for sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) to Mizzou students. This piece goes over how testing works and some sexual health programs at the university.
Race plays a huge part in many aspects of our daily life, from policing to government to day-to-day interactions. But Dr. Antoinette Landor, a professor studying human development and family science, has discovered that race and skin tone play an important factor in — surprisingly — sex. She claims that there is a relationship where darker skin tone means a higher chance of engaging in risky sexual behavior. How is this possible? Listen to the story for more.