HIV/AIDS is no longer what it used to be — but what exactly has changed?
One-in-five parents surveyed incorrectly believe emergency contraception terminates a pregnancy.
And they probably don't know they have it.
Safe Sex first, Leute!
Looks like a jellyfish, works like birth control.
How does this birth control actually work?
Straight from the mouths of people who know penises best.
"Instead of just having senseless vandalism, we can inform people about an important issue [STIs] and give them a laugh."
Because knowing your status should be as easy as, well, peeing in a cup.
"I don't get how this happened... we were so safe."
The National Cancer Institute is urging parents and providers to follow CDC guidelines so we can increase vaccination rates.
It affects millions of people worldwide. How much do you know?
Read this if your last check-up was with your pediatrician.
Let's unwrap your condom IQ.
Frustrated by the Florida governor’s focus on mosquitoes, Planned Parenthood wants Miami residents to know about Zika's sexual risks.
Orgasms, toys, squirting, weird thoughts - We’ve got you.
The latest data from the CDC shows emerging resistance to the current treatment method.
Getting diagnosed with an STI, even an incurable one, was never going to be the end of my life as I know it.
For example, that most people have it. And yeah, that might include you. And no, it shouldn’t ruin your life.
A new report shows alarmingly high rates of chlamydia and other sexually transmitted infections.
Stop assuming the worst.
Stop assuming the worst. Educate yourself.
"I'll just never have sex again."
The World Health Organization estimates that 3.7 billion people globally are infected with HSV-1, but that's not just oral herpes cases.
Testing and treating is the easy part, but leaving it undiagnosed can cause serious complications.
"My herpes wasn’t caused by reckless behavior. I was behaving just like any normal college student and lost a lottery that’s very easy to lose."
Because you probably have it, statistically speaking.
If you plan on having kids one day, here are some things you should know.
“Don’t drive! If you have to drive... wear a seat belt. But don’t drive!”
Modern technologies and other distractions are causing people to have less sex than they were ten years ago, a recent study shows.
And he took it really well.
The government of Alberta, Canada's new "sex germs" campaign is odd.
"A true superbug that initiates a future era of untreatable gonorrhea," say scientists from your nightmares. Patients at a clinic in Toronto were reported to have a strain of the disease that was untreatable by antibiotics.