Taking HIV drugs used to slow down the infection's progression to Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS) may increase the risk of gay men contracting syphilis, another sexually transmitted infection.
The human papillomavirus (HPV) is responsible for many sexually transmitted forms of cancers. Knowing the cancer's early symptoms leads to early detection, which is crucial in determining the most effective treatment, which often include, surgery, radiation therapy or chemotherapy.
You may wonder why it isn’t safe to have sex as a teenager. True, sex is common for everyone and nobody can restrict you. However, please be reminded of the consequences you might face of having sex so early in life. Here are 7 harmful consequences of teen sex.
Researchers in Australia have discovered a substance that will make the condoms not only much thinner but also the strongest. The material used is spinifex grass, a plant that grows in the sand dunes of Australia. This grass is first processed to become a pulp then added to latex
Contrary to what people used to know, syphilis has existed long before Christopher Columbus started his expeditions in the world.
A new federal report found that almost five percent of young American women have chlamydia.
Mommy porn has led to a surge in sexually transmitted disease among over-the-hill couples, according to experts.
A new report found that 69 percent of healthy American adults have HPV.
New research reveals low rates of negative outcomes in early male circumcision. However, the risk was 10 to 20 times higher when boys are circumcised after the first year of life.
The CDC reports that syphilis rates have increased particularly in gay and bisexual men.
Sexually transmitted diseases don't faze young people from having sex, according to a new study.
A new CDC report found that STD rates have risen only in U.S. men.
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommended that access to condoms should be made easier for teenagers.
Operating with a lean budget of $5,000 from the federal government, the program aims to serve counties in the state that are in the midst of a sexually transmitted infection epidemic among teens.
The Gates Foundation announced that it will fund $100,000 to the innovator who will create a better and more comfortable condom.