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Spring Break, College Hookups, and Doctors

Mar 19, 2013 | STDs/STIs |Sexual Health | Comments (0)
Spring Break is here and it’s time to party. For many college students, this can mean finding oneself in a stranger's bed having no recollection of the previous night's activities. We laugh about it afterwards, but no one talks about the health implications.

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Living with HIV in the Post-Activist Era

Feb 28, 2013 | HIV |LGBTQ | Comments (0)
How to Survive a Plague

HIV treatment has come a long way since the early 1980s, when AIDS was more prominently a sure killer. Today, a person can live a long and healthy life with the proper medication. However, as highlighted in a recent New York Times article, a new type of struggle has arisen for many HIV-positive activists in the United States—the struggle to live healthy lives in a post-activism era.


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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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If You Give a Teen a Condom

Feb 14, 2013 | Sexual Health |Sex ed |Adolescent health |Condoms | Comments (0)
One of the hottest debates among school administrators, parents, and politicians is sex education, specifically information about safer sex, in schools. If you give a teenager a condom, are you promoting promiscuity? Are we inviting unplanned pregnancy and STIs into teen’s lives by acknowledging the fact that they might be interested in sex?

Simply put: No. Duh.


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

Feb 1, 2013 | Condoms |Sexual Health |General |Men's Health | 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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