How should someone get tested for herpes? What do test results mean? Get answers to these questions and learn the basics of herpes testing with the infographic below (also available as a PDF download).
Rolling Back Federal Protections for Transgender Students In late February the Trump administration revoked federal guidelines that require schools to allow transgender students to use the bathroom of their choice rather than the one corresponding to the gender listed on their birth certificate. ASHA president and CEO Lynn B. Barclay points out that while laws […]
ASHA joins national sexual health organizations in urging Facebook and other social media platforms to say no to censorship. The need for accurate, unbiased sexual health information is clear. There are close to 20 million new sexually transmitted infections diagnosed each year and nearly half of all pregnancies are unplanned. Where do people turn for […]
As most of my calls here at ASHA are about genital herpes, I thought I’d clear the air. TV shows, movies, and society as a whole create this stigma around herpes when really, there’s not too much to be scared of. Most of the time, genital herpes is a mild skin condition that can be […]