Huffpost Senior Science Correspondent Cara Santa Maria talks about the history of the condom.
Cara Santa Maria examines the efficacy of various methods of sex education.
A brand of thin and stretchy single-use latex panties called Lorals is catering to people who want to feel both pleasure and protection during cunnilingus.
Like many great things in life, sex has a not-so-glamorous side. Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) are the uncomfortable (and sometimes painful and ugly) side effect of getting your freak on.
A woman has accused the EDM artist of knowingly infecting her with chlamydia and recording and distributing sexually explicit videos without her consent.
Sex educators share tips for making conversations about sexually transmitted infections less embarrassing for parents and kids.
STIs are common. Our conversations should reflect that rather than stigmatize those who have them.
Cases of chlamydia, gonorrhea and syphilis have risen for the fifth consecutive year in the U.S.
Chlamydia, gonorrhea and syphilis cases have increased for the fifth consecutive year, reported The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Title X provides federal dollars for health programs to detect, treat and prevent STIs. Obria Medical Clinic tells its patients that abstinence, not condoms, is the way to do that.