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Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) Center

June 10, 2008 - 7:30am
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Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) Center

]]>Overview]]> | ]]>Types]]>

  Living With STDs

]]>Living with herpes: an interview with Tom]]>

  Preventing STDs


]]>Ladies and gentlemen: use your condom sense]]>

Condoms are used for birth control and/or protection from sexually transmitted infections. Learn more here.

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Condoms today are a far cry from their generic predecessors—you can now choose your favorite texture, color, and even flavor. What's the best?

  Special Topics
Rerun image]]>Let's talk about sex (and STDs)]]>

When is the "right time" to talk to your new lover about STDs and safer sex? A sex therapist offers advice on how to broach this difficult, yet enormously important, subject.

  Special Topics (Continued)
PD_ Fitness and WellBeing_67058]]>HPV: the potentially cancerous STD]]>

Human papillomavirus (HPV), the virus strongly linked to cervical cancer, is one of the most common sexually transmitted diseases. What makes it different from other STDs is its widespread prevalence. Read more here.

]]>How to detect and treat STDs]]>

Learn about the dangers, symptoms, and treatment of chlamydia, gonorrhea, HIV/AIDS, syphilis, genital herpes, and venereal warts.

]]>Health issues for gay teens]]>

Gay teens, often concerned about bashing and emotional abuse, are at increased risk for physical and emotional health problems. If medical care is not user-friendly, gay teens may avoid treatment for sexually transmitted diseases. Read more here.

  True or False?
]]>True or false: it is possible for a person to get a sexually transmitted infection from a public toilet seat]]>

A common fear among people is that STIs can be passed in public places, such as through contact with toilet seats. Is this true?

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  Natural and Alternative Treatments (By Condition)

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