A new meta-analysis of eight published studies found that the risk of sexual transmission of HIV is almost zero in people with low viral loads.
Sexuality is a normal, healthy, and positive aspect of human life. The American Sexual Health Association (a.k.a. ASHA) believes that everyone has the right to information and services that will help them be sexually healthy. We aim to provide information and resources that are reliable, science-based, and stigma-free.
There is another update to the ongoing court battle over mifepristone, one of two drugs used in most medication abortion.
The USPSTF recently released updated recommendations on Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis for preventing the sexual transmission of HIV. The recommendations add additional medications, including a long-acting injectable.
According to new data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), only one in three adults in the U.S. infected with hepatitis C have been cured despite the introduction of direct-acting antivirals almost 10 years ago.
A study in Denmark that spanned 40 years and included 6.6 million people found that those who identified as transgender have significantly higher rates of suicide and attempted suicide than others in the population. These results are similar to what research has found in the U.S.
Sue Johanson, perhaps Canada’s most famous sex educator of all time, died in June at the age of 92. Johanson was known for her clear advice and her sense of humor.
A new paper suggests that there are biological and evolutionary reasons that we masturbate and looks to our ape ancestors for evidence. There is evidence starting around 40 million years ago that the ancestors of all monkeys and apes did indeed masturbate.
The FDA just approved a new erectile dysfunction treatment that can be sold over the counter. This gel goes directly on the penis, works in just 10 minutes, and has few side effects. Some experts, however, aren’t convinced it works all that well.
Young Men Who Have Sex With Men Lead Progress in HIV Prevention and Treatment, But Disparities Still Exist
While CDC reported a decline in overall new HIV infections, disparities in HIV prevention and treatment remain.
Is one shot enough? A new study adds to evidence that one dose of the HPV vaccine might be enough to provide protection against cervical cancer.
Each year in June we put a special focus on the health needs of boys and men. Sexual health is important across the entire lifespan and involves more than just sex! Body image, relationships, understanding sexual anatomy (and keeping it healthy) are all a big part of a guy’s overall health.
Young people are struggling. Almost all other indicators of health and well-being in the The 2021 YRBS worsened significantly.
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