Get clued up on your own sexual health.
Most of us know that if we're sexually active, we should be having regular STI tests; every six months to be precise. But we also know that sexual health screenings can be daunting, particularly if you've recently had
And how to make it a little less awkward.
Most of the misconceptions surrounding STIs could be solved if people talked about them more openly and frequently. But according to a recent survey of 1,454 Millennials, that's not something most people are doing. Nearly half of all
Let's talk about sex.
TL;DR: This is a long article, but HIV prevention is important, so we've highlighted the important bits for you to look at during your coffee break.The internet went into a conniption a few days ago when a photo of
It's more common than you think.
You know senior superlatives in the yearbook? Most Popular, Best Dressed, Class Clown, etc.? OK, imagine if every sexually transmitted disease or infection (STD/STI) was given a superlative, too. Herpes would be named Most Mysterious-as in, there's a ton
Dr. Rachael Ross, family doctor, sexologist, and host of <i>The Doctors</i>, tells Cosmo that you can't get an STD from a toilet seat. But from a hot tub? Yep.
1. The myth: You can only get an STD from semen or bodily fluids. The truth: There are a lot of ways to contract STDs, and there are STDs that don't require intercourse or the exchange of fluids. "You can
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