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MIAMI AP - The University of Miami is investigating after one of its medical students was accused of posting pictures of female classmates on various websites for sexual fetishes. The student is suspected of copying pictures of the women from their social media accounts and uploading them to sex websites. The images were typical photos of the women - including selfies, or in groups with friends at bars or the beach. The allegations came to light last week when at least two of the women saw their photos on the websites and filed for restraining orders against him. The story didn't say why they believed the student was suspected of posting the pictures. Pics of Miami medical students posted to sex fetish sites.
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Understanding symptoms and seeing pictures of STDs can help people identify the signs and encourage them to see a doctor. In , researchers saw an increase in STDs for the fourth year in a row , and the highest ever rates of chlamydia , gonorrhea , and syphilis. Most STDs are treatable, and many are curable.
Snapchat, Instagram , Facebook and iMessage have revolutionized the world of sharing penis photos — and not just between friends. But medical ethicists expressed concern about the practice, because of the risk it could pose for doctors who treat people under the age of 18, arguing that because it is a form of telemedicine, it should only be practiced on a secure network, where it is protected under the federal health privacy information act, Hipaa. Concerns were also raised about the severe legal consequences that could arise for doctors, if the images could be construed as child abuse images. Health ethicist Lois Shepherd , at the University of Virginia, said exchanging photos like this is incredibly risky. But she also understood why patients could be compelled to do such a thing.