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Health Services Helps Herpes (and other diseases, too)

By Emily Depasse


Sex is associated with feelings of pleasure, and with that pleasure, comes risk.

Most have probably heard the, “Sex is like riding a bicycle,” cliché. 1,036 more words

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Determining The Most Effective Birth Control Method

Unprotected sex is the main reason of overpopulation or unwanted pregnancy. If this will be prevented then birth control is possible. Today in this blog post, we will discuss about the most effective method to control the child birth. 607 more words

Sexual Health

Tinder Wants You To Get Tested For STIs, And This Feature Will Help

Getting sick of left swipes, right swipes and random hookups? Well, Tinder may have just redeemed itself. The dating app – or hookup app, depending on how you look at it – recently partnered with Healthvana, a patient-engagement software platform focusing on HIV, STDs and sexual health, to help

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The Most Common STI in America Isn't What You Probably Think It Is

photo: sexualhealthnetwork.org.uk

It’s Sexual Health Awareness Month and we’re going to be providing you with all of the sexual health knowledge your brain can hold! To start off with, we’re going to discuss some STIs. 530 more words


Symptoms Of Trichomoniasis In Men And Women?

Trichomoniasis is a sexually transmitted disease, which is found more in women because it is caused by an organism named ‘Trichomonas Vaginalis’. Men pass this disease to their female partners during sexual intercourse. 569 more words

Sexual Health

Expert warns sex with robots could be dangerously good

Wanting to find something different when it comes to sex is nothing new, but apparently the craze for sex robots could be risky.

We’ve already reported on claims that… 247 more words


What do you know about STIs?

So yesterday I happened to host the #AskAPeerEducator session that happens every Thursday as a live feed/tweet chat that focuses on diverse topics in the sexual reproductive health and rights field. 819 more words

Sexual Health