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Put safe-sex messages in pubs, bars and clubs to curb the rise of super-gonorrhoea, experts say

Bars, pubs and nightclubs should put up safe-sex posters to curb the rise of super-gonorrhoea, experts say.

Such messages, which often encourage the use of condoms, make drunken adults think less about sex.

As such, adults exposed to the posters are less likely to partake in boozed-up one night stands that could spread STIs, researchers said.

The findings, by psychologists at the University of West London, come after the emergence of an untreatable strain of gonorrhoea.

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