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As sexually transmitted infections spike, the WHO finds that safer-sex efforts are more effective when they mention pleasure.
Many women with HIV don’t use birth control.
Although 71% of survey respondents were aware of PrEP, just 19% had ever used HIV prevention pills.
Medical Monitoring Project finds most are receiving HIV care and treatment, but many face challenges such as poverty and unstable housing.
A new exhibition and book showcase 165 AIDS posters from the University of Rochester’s vast online collection. [SLIDESHOW]
The FDA says three types of ONE brand condoms, which were launched in 2004, can now be marketed as “safe and effective” for anal sex.
Some educators believe sex ed for youngsters should also include sexual health services.
Take this quiz to find how much you know about sexual health.
Journal retracts study that claimed that people who used condoms for HIV prevention were smarter than those who don’t.
HRC is mailing them out as part of its “My Body” HIV campaign to celebrate Black and Latino LGBT people. Here’s how to get yours!
Mathematical models show that HIV gains in sub-Saharan Africa could be lost, say UNAIDS and WHO.
The largest manufacturer makes one out of five condoms globally. It had to shut down production.
Answer: The Department of Health and Human Services
We are systematically failing our youth when we don’t engage and educate them in all aspects of sexual health.
It was previously known as the female condom—until the FDA made these three big regulatory changes.
Researchers conducted interviews with two dozen pairs of Black and Latino fathers and sons in New York City.
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