Babies that are born with syphilis are continually increase in terms of numbers due to their parents STD.
Cases of STD have boomed despite the availability of condoms and other birth control devices. Is there a way to easily cure a treatable type of STD?
The CDC hints on, so far, the highest rate of cases for sexually transmitted diseases.
Researchers have now developed a protective vaccine that promises to fight threatening sexually transmitted disease (STD) called chlamydia. Experts from McMaster University outlined ways to administer the vaccine and how the new antigens can help curb the ominous disease.
US cases of syphilis are increasing and the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force recommends more screenings to help curb the spread of the STD infection.
Yearly, Get Yourself Tested (GYT) launches online campaigns and outside activities to raise the awareness and promote sexual health and tackle about the inexplicably increasing rates of STD among young people. The activity is being held every April as it is the month for STD awareness.
If you think you already know everything about HIV and AIDS, you might want to think again after reading this article.
New findings suggest a 64% drop in HPV infections since the anti-STD vaccine was introduced a decade ago.
Popular dating app Tinder has finally met halfway with AIDS Healthcare Foundation over the latter’s negative publicity ad linking Tinder with STDs by adding new features such as STD testing center locator and STD-awareness page.
Over the years, growing resistance of Gonorrhea to antibiotics has exposed the disease to the risk of becoming terminal
A super condom developed by Texas A&M University Health Science Center-based scientists promises to make sex pleasurable and protects against HIV.
Dating sites and apps uniquely designed for HIV positives and STD-infected people are gaining popularity among its niche users despite recent warning from UNICEF that such online platforms contribute to a new hidden HIV-STD epidemic.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported that cases of sexually transmitted disease (STDs) peaked dramatically in 2014.
One risky STD that is not exhibited through symptoms seems to be getting widespread through Britain.
About 400,000 Americans may have sexually transmitted disease chlamydia, but they might not be aware about it, according to a new report.