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STI Awareness Month

Mar 29, 2013 | General |STDs/STIs |Sexual Health | Comments (0)

20 million new sexually transmitted infections (STIs) in the U.S. each and every year.

20 million…

ASHA recognizes each April as STI Awareness Month and an appropriate theme this year might be STIs By the Numbers.


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ASHA Says Goodbye to C. Everett Koop

Feb 27, 2013 | General | Comments (0)

As February draws to a close we say adieu to the 2013 observation of National Condom Month. It seems fitting that we also take a moment to remember and say farewell to C. Everett Koop, the former U.S. Surgeon General who died on Monday, February 25.


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National Condom Month 2013: Condoms as a Rite of Passage? Absolutely!

Feb 1, 2013 | Condoms |Sexual Health |General | Comments (0)

National Condom Month is always my favorite blog of the year to write.

The condom. All sorts of shapes, sizes, colors (even glow-in-the-dark). Ribbed or plain. Lubed or not. Latex or plastic (and natural skin, although that variety isn’t as effective as the others against sexually transmitted infections).


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NFL Player Hopes Marriage Equality Could Go All the Way

Jan 31, 2013 | LGBTQ |General | Comments (0)

If the Baltimore Ravens win the Super Bowl on Sunday, Brendon Ayanbadejo probably won’t have a trip Disney World on his mind. Instead, the linebacker is using his AFC championship-status to tackle a couple of issues that are not normally associated with the NFL – same-sex marriage and anti-bullying.



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Guest Blog: It's Cervical Cancer Awareness Month - Does Anyone Care?

Jan 29, 2013 | HPV |Women's Health |General | Comments (1)
Does anyone know that January happens to be cervical cancer awareness month? Or that  teal is the ribbon color commemorating thousands of innocent lives every year? More importantly, does anyone care?

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