In the past eight years, rates of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) in San Luis Obispo County have nearly doubled, and studies show that Cal Poly plays a huge role in the increase.
About fifty million trees are estimated to have been killed by Sudden Oak Death on the West Coast alone. That number is rising every day.
A steady increase in cases of other STIs in San Luis Obispo County could point to increased vulnerability to HIV
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