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17th of October 2018

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Health Tip: Protecting Yourself From Sexual Assault

(HealthDay News) -- No one can prevent all instances of sexual assault. But the U.S. Office on Women's Health says there are things you can do to stay safer.

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Here are the agency's suggestions:

Get to know someone well before spending time alone with him or her. Go to events with friends, and leave together.Meet a first date or new friend in a public place. Listen to your instincts and leave immediately if you don't feel safe. Be aware of your alcohol or drug use.Do not allow others to get you a drink. The other person could put drugs or alcohol in your beverage without you knowing it.Get help right away if you feel drunk and haven't consumed any alcohol, or if the effects of alcohol feel stronger than usual.If you're in college, stay in lighted areas at night, or ask a friend or campus security to go with you.Know all available resources on campus, such as a sexual assault center and campus police. Memorize the number for campus security, or program it into your cell phone.

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