A British pharmacy has created a calculator that lets individuals compute how many others they've had "indirect" sexual contact with.
Sexual Health news - March 2013
Calculator helps individuals calculate their 'indirect' sexual partners Can your breakfast improve your sexual health?
A new breakfast cereal is claiming to do more than just nourish your body and help you take on the day. Sex Cereal claims to ...
Research supports more frequent HIV testing
A new study conducted by researchers at Northwestern University suggests changes in the guidelines on how often individuals should undergo HIV tests.
Researchers say early HIV treatment could result in a 'functional cure'
The recent story of an American baby who was "functionally cured" of HIV after receiving high doses of antiretroviral drugs immediately after her birth may ...
STD may increase risk of erectile dysfunction
Painful genital sores are not the only unpleasant side effect of genital herpes.
Health officials make chlamydia awareness a priority
Boston health officials reported that high rates of chlamydia are driving them to launch a campaign to raise awareness of the sexually transmitted disease.
Birth control pill may increase risk of contracting chlamydia
A new study suggests females who take a certain type of birth control pill may be more vulnerable to certain sexually transmitted diseases.
Man who didn't disclose STD receives probation
A Canadian man who stood trial for not telling several sexual partners that he has herpes has been spared a criminal record.
Can 'manscaping' improve sexual health?
A recent survey conducted by Cosmopolitan magazine and AskMen.com revealed that many men are grooming their pubic and body hair more than ever, in ...
Survey finds many women prefer vacation sex
A recent survey conducted by TripCentral.ca and IPSOS Reid revealed that more than half of women think the sex they have while they're ...
Staying STD-free on spring break
March means much more than St. Patrick's Day and the beginning of spring for many college students. It also means it's time for ...
Can an iPhone app diagnose an STD?
A new iPhone application is hoping to make identifying potential sexually transmitted diseases easier.
Researchers discover protein that may protect women from STDs
Researchers in Australia say they've discovered a protein in the female reproductive tract that may help prevent sexually transmitted infections.
'The Condom Casino' tour hopes to raise awareness about STDs
Colleges are hiring an outside company called The Condom Casino Tour to hold fun, interactive events for students.
STD website targets attendees at tech conference
South By South West, also known as SXSW, is an annual technology conference as well as a film and music festival based in Austin each ...
Doctors cure HIV-positive girl
A toddler who was born HIV-positive is now believed to be free of the virus, and doctors say this important discovery was made by accident.
U.K. town breaks world record for STD testing
The town of Basingstoke, England, has broken the Guinness World Record for the highest number of chlamydia screenings in one day.
Gonorrhea cases soar in the U.K.
Recent data show new cases of gonorrhea are increasing in the U.K.