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Youth is maybe attracted by sexual pleasures; but the main concern should always be staying on the safe side from sexually transmitted diseases and AIDS.
Si sexe, liberté, bien-être et plaisirs peuvent rimer, il ne faut surtout pas perdre de vue que cela peut aussi rimer avec risque, inconscience et maladie.
Did you know that Europe is the region with the highest alcohol consumption per person in the world? Inform yourself and see why you and your friends might want to drink less or not at all.
28% of the EU population smokes, including 29% of young Europeans aged 15-24. Nearly all tobacco use begins during youth and young adulthood. Inform yourself and others about the right choices!
Packing correctly for your time abroad is a must, perhaps the most important item of all is your European Health Insurance Card which grants you access to healthcare across Europe.
The EU’s activities on Youth Health aim to help your country's government, NGOs and other actors take action to improve your and your friends' health. But it’s also time you get involved by making responsible lifestyle choices.
It is estimated that around 2.3 million people were living with HIV in the European region at the end of 2011. How can you help fight back the virus?