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UNITED KINGDOM: 'Conifer Sex Health' Phone App Launched in Hull




 

Hull Daily Mail (Great Britain) (01.30.2014)

Hull Daily Mail reported that on January 29, Hull, England’s sexual health service Conifer launched a new smartphone application called “Conifer Sex Health.” The service introduced the application to students at local East Riding and Wilberforce Colleges and the University of Hull. The application has separate health sections for women; men; lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender; and STDs. Individuals can order tests or use their phone’s GPS signal to find the nearest sexual health center in the Hull and East Riding areas. City Health Care Partnership CIC administers Conifer, which is based in Hull’s Wilberforce Health Centre. The smartphone application is available in the Apple App Store or Google Play.



 


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