STIs News and Stories
A new study says the rise in gay men’s STI rates isn’t because of Truvada but rather due to a change in sexual, cultural and societal stigma
Three U.K. teens came up a color-changing condom that can detect STIs, but while it sounds cool, there are better innovations for tackling STIs
With PrEP, STI rates can plummet by up to 40% when combined with regular STI screenings, even with reduced condom use, according to a new study
Every few years we hear new stories about antibiotic-resistant gonorrhea, but why is that and what can be done to stop it from becoming a superbug?
Only a small percentage of people lie about having sexually transmitted infections, according to a recent survey, but why lie at all?
If you regularly shave your pubic hair, you might want to put down the razor and read about this new study first.
If you want to talk to young people about sexual health these days, you have to use eggplant emojis and condom-shaped Pokémon, apparently.