sexually transmitted disease

In October, I wrote about the release of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) annual
By Brian Owens (Inside Science) -- People who frequently groom or remove their pubic hair are more likely to contract sexually transmitted infections, according to new research.
In recent years, circumcision has become a prickly issue. Protesters smear fake blood on their pants*, decrying "genital mutilation." They declare that a man should make the choice for himself when he comes of age. 
One of the few places one might expect to find a soaring rate of gonorrhea infection is the piously conservative state of Utah.
The Crane Independent School District in West Texas sent letters to parents confirming an outbreak of chlamydia in th
A new study from Duke University found that encouraging more boys to get the HPV vaccine might provide greater
The human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine protects against several major types of HPV, a causative factor for cer
The latest health news: Some STD rates down, but many still go unreported, a shout out to a cogent Forbes article on fracking, and remember Dr. Oz's advice? Forget it.
One of the limitations of antibiotic treatment is that some
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