chlamydia

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.
Health experts say we know how to stop sexually transmitted diseases. “We just don’t necessarily want to pay for it.”
Even if you're not planning to have kids any time soon.
Queer men may need interventions such as instructions on douching and multiple tests in order to avoid unsatisfactory results.
Yesterday, Mother Jones published the photo above of twenty-four politicians and Mr. Trump discussing the future of health
CDC estimates 20 million new sexually transmitted disease (STD) infections occur each year in the U.S., and the vast majority
Chlamydia, herpes, HIV - I could go on. I'm sure most of these terms sound familiar to the majority of people, especially
If left untreated, some of these diseases can cause infertility in women.
We all have a role to play in helping to protect the sexual health of our young people - youth can be more aware of the risks they face, and parents and schools can get the information they need to stay safe.
Women with recurrences of chlamydia are at increased risk of potentially heartbreaking consequences, including pelvic inflammatory disease and infertility. Fortunately, doctors have a powerful strategy to prevent reinfection -- but we're not yet making the most of it.
The spokeswoman was unable to specify how many of those five cases involved the high school, if any. The high school offers
We all need to break the silence that surrounds STDs in our communities -- we should talk about STDs without shame or stigma and help young people understand STD screening is a routine, essential part of taking care of themselves and protecting their future health.
"The message is take your time," said Dr. Lydia Shrier. "If you're going to be using the condom, use it correctly so you