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Request A Test Offers 10% off STD testing in April 2013
Date:4/1/2013

Brecksville, OH (PRWEB) April 01, 2013

This April, Request A Test, a leading national provider of direct to consumer lab testing, is helping their customers to celebrate spring with 10% off of all STD lab testing orders. The changing of the seasons is a great time for everyone to make a fresh start and refocus on their health. Getting tested can make people aware of health problems that require their attention or just give peace of mind. To take advantage of this savings opportunity, just use the discount code STDD10 when placing an STD testing order. Request A Test offers a wide range of STD lab tests that are affordably priced and easy to order. Tests can be ordered individually or in cost saving packages like the Peace of Mind which offers 10 bundled STD tests for a comprehensive health screening. With 1000’s of lab locations across the United States to choose from, monitoring your sexual health has never been easier.

STD’s are one of the most critical health problems facing the United States today. The Center for Disease Control (CDC) estimates that there is an average of 19 million new STD infections every year. Many go undiagnosed because some STD’s can go long periods without displaying any symptoms or have symptoms that are similar to other common health problems like the flu. STD’s are a concern for people of all ages. Anyone who is sexually active is at risk and the only way to accurately diagnose an STD infection is through lab testing. CDC studies indicate that more than half of the people who should be screened go without being tested. STD’s are often easily treatable when detected early but can cause lifelong health complications if they go undiagnosed. Sim
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