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What is Congenital Cytomegalovirus?

June is designated as Congenital Cytomegalovirus Month and only 9 percent of women know what CMV is. Continue reading “What is Congenital Cytomegalovirus?” »

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When Your Partner has a STD

Finding out your partner has a sexually transmitted disease is a big stress on a relationship. Not only do you have to deal with the medical implications but also the probability that your partner has not practice safe sex at some point.  Continue reading “When Your Partner has a STD” »

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Ten STD Facts to be Aware Of

More than 65 million Americans have an incurable STD and each year 20 million new cases are reported.  Half of these infections are among people ages 15 to 24 resulting in long-term consequences for them. Continue reading “Ten STD Facts to be Aware Of” »

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The Importance of STD Testing

For sexually active people, STDs can compromise their general health and result in a lifetime long medical issue to deal with. Being tested for STDs is the only way for a person to be sure of their STD status and stop the spread of STDs among any sexual partners they will have. Continue reading “The Importance of STD Testing” »

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5 Reasons You Should be Tested for STDs

There comes a point in everyone’s lives when they should consider STD testing and realistically most people should be tested for STDs on a regular basis. The reason is simply because anyone who is having sex could be exposed to STDs.  Continue reading “5 Reasons You Should be Tested for STDs” »

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Basic Facts About to Know About STDs

When you enter into a relationship, thinking about STDs may not be the first thing on your mind but knowing your sexual health and that of your partner’s can be critical to your well-being. Continue reading “Basic Facts About to Know About STDs” »

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Drug-Resistant Strain of Syphilis Emerging Globally

It’s more important this day and age to practice safe sex as incurable STDs become more prevalent. Syphilis is one of the most devastating sexually transmitted infections and until now has been completely curable.  However, doctors around the globe have begun to notice a new antibiotic-resistant strain of the bacteria is emerging and the problem could have serious consequences for many. Continue reading “Drug-Resistant Strain of Syphilis Emerging Globally” »

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February is National Condom Month

February is recognized as National Condom Month in the United States. Originally started on a university campus, it has grown into an educational event that benefits high schools, colleges, AIDS groups, sexually transmitted disease awareness groups and family planning centers.  Continue reading “February is National Condom Month” »

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New Gonorrhea Antibiotic Developed by Scientists Shows Promise

York University Scientists have confirmed therapeutic effects of carbon monoxide-releasing molecules to develop a new antibiotic which could be used to treat the sexually transmitted infection gonorrhea. Scientists believe the breakthrough, published in the journal MedChemComm, could pave the way for new treatments. Continue reading “New Gonorrhea Antibiotic Developed by Scientists Shows Promise” »

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Giving Birth With an STD

STDs pose a risk not only to adults, but also to infants. If you suspect that you may have an STD during your pregnancy, then it is critical that you undergo STD testing as soon as possible. Many STDs are treatable and even curable, which means that they don’t have to have a significant impact on your pregnancy. STD testing is the first step toward treatment. Continue reading “Giving Birth With an STD” »

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