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A new campaign's being launched by Public Health England to get more under 25s to use condoms to prevent sexually transmitted infections spreading. It's the first government sexual health campaign in eight years. It comes as a survey carried out by PHE and YouGov revealed almost half of 16-24-year-olds have never used a condom with a new partner. One in 10 of them had never even used one. STIs can cause infertility, pelvic inflammatory disease, swollen or painful testicles and even meningitis. Public Health England and YouGov spoke to more than than 2,000 16-24-year-olds about their sexual health. The main reason for not using a condom was because they said sex felt better without one. Jo... Full story

15 December