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Here's what's new today: -Finished Most Wanted section -Added an announcement to Flying Rats section -Added several new submissions -Changed some info for the final missions -Started Stevie's Cars section Version 1.60 - 6/10/08 --I tried to add more but got a little sidetracked, hanging out with friends that I hadn't seen since highschool.______ __ ________ ______ / ____/________ _____ ____/ / /_ __/ /_ ___ / __/ /_ / / __/ ___/ __ `/ __ \/ __ / / / / __ \/ _ \/ /_/ __/ / /_/ / / / /_/ / / / / /_/ / / / / / / / __/ __/ /_ \____/_/ \__,_/_/ /_/\__,_/ /_/ /_/ /_/\___/_/ \__/ ___ __ _____ __ / | __ __/ /_____ / _/ | / / / /| |/ / / / __/ __ \ / / | | / / / ___ / /_/ / /_/ /_/ / _/ / | |/ / /_/ |_\__,_/\__/\____/ /___/ |___/ ____________________________ | Grand Theft Auto IV Guide | | Created by: Axel7174 | | FAQ and Walkthrough | | Copyright 2008 Ryne Gardner| |____________________________| Version History --------------- Version .70 - 5/6/08 - 5/20/08 --Guide Started.Walkthrough up to Undertaker mission done plus extras.If plan B is used on more than one occasion, the cumulative pregnancy rate will be higher Well, hopefully some of these do’s and don’ts will keep you informed and better protected.I'm Lindsey, I am a Neuroscience major at Mount Holyoke College class of 2015.Version .85 - 5/24/08 --Added more missions to the walkthrough, up to Trespass.Version .80 - 5/22/08 --More missions added, up to Dining Out.In my column I hope to talk about specific health issues pertinent to college students across the United States.
I hope to inform, support and some day help other young adults and teens who have gone through similar trauma and experiences with brain injury.
Here are some general Do’s and Don’ts for college students: Do use protection: protects from STDs & STIs, unwanted pregnancy Do get tested: check for STDs and other types of infection/disease Do ask your partners if they have been tested: Especially if you have any type of unprotected sex Do inform yourself about your on-campus safe sex resources: such as peer education programs & the health center benefits Don’t use expired protection: expired condoms/dental dams have a higher risk of breaking, can lead to unwanted STDs STIs or pregnancy, and can cause irritation which can lead to later infection Don’t rely solely on birth control: With unprotected sex, 6% of women will still get pregnant even when taking birth control Don’t use Plan B as a consistent alternative: the pregnancy rate of plan B is calculated for a single use.
If plan B is used on more than one occasion, the cumulative pregnancy rate will be higher Well, hopefully some of these do’s and don’ts will keep you informed and better protected. I'm Lindsey, I am a Neuroscience major at Mount Holyoke College class of 2015.
Added another FAQ question, and updated some sections a little.
I was busy celebrating my liberation after finally completing my 4th semester of college so I was only able to add a little bit.