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Mens Health Magazines By Corey Gilbert
1. Presentation – a good way to approach the subject of STDs 2. It is important to know which tests have been done. Not all tests test for all STIs. *For example, a blood test only picks up syphilis or HIV.
2. Cont. It was an okay source for information, but it could have been used more scholarly sources and evidence in the article. 3. The article here was based on facts, but lacked details about the topic.
1. Presentation – question and answer with Dr. Debby on a Mens Health blog. 2. Though it is uncommon, it is possible to get anal warts from anal sex.
2. Cont. This source was, in my opinion, a good source of information because there were specifics offered in the article. 3. The source could have been based on facts. But the credentials of the doctor that answered the question were not given, so I have to be skeptical about how factual the article is.
1. Presentation – through analogy of a car to discuss masturbation. 2. There is a technique to postpone completion.
2. Cont. This article isnt as scholarly based. It is more just something to think, or laugh, about. 3. No, it is not based on facts. There are no sources given for the information given in the article for it to be based on facts.
1. Presentation – A how to article for lengthening orgasms. 2. By getting more sleep and lifting weights, you can lengthen your orgasm duration.
2. Cont. This article gave a decent amount of sources to back up the information in the article. It provided a study and names of doctors that were a part of the study. 3. This article was more so based on facts than others that I read.
1. Presentation – Through asking questions to get you thinking about erectile dysfunction (ED) and whether or not you may have it % of ED cases go undiagnosed.
2. Cont. The source here is mediocre. It had enough quotes and sources to back it up but not enough to make it convincing or seem scholarly. 3. It threw out a lot of statistics to make it seem factual, but going to the actual study to find details and see if they were portrayed correctly would be a better way to know if this article is factual.