STI Treatment with EPT: A New Approach to Sexual Health

STI Treatment

This guest post was written by one of our contributors, Social & Behavioral Health Expert, Janelle Knowlton, MPH. For decades, the central component of STI prevention (sexually transmitted infection prevention) has been STI treatment for the sexual partners of people with STIs. Traditional practice has relied on patients or health care providers to notify the partner(s) of […]

Recognizing STI Symptoms: A Guide to Five Common Infections

STI Symptoms

This feature article was written by Dr. Wayne Osbourne, a GP and the Head Practitioner at Treated.com. I’ve been working in general practice for 13 years now, and I can tell you that STIs are just as much of an issue here in the UK as they are in the United States. Permit me to […]

Why We Love Comprehensive Sex-Ed (and You Should Too)

Safer Sex - Sex Ed

This guest post was written by one of our contributors, Social & Behavioral Health Expert, Janelle Knowlton, MPH. Sex – it’s an act that humans and many other living things engage in for pleasure and/or reproduction. Most people will, whether for pleasure or reproduction, someday have a sexual encounter. However, there is a cause for concern […]

The STD Testing Guy – When I Grow Up

STD Testing

This guest post was written by one of our contributors, STD Testing Expert and Founder & President of Boston Microfluidics, Brandon T. Johnson. On February 24th of this year, Boston Microfluidics officially hired a new CEO, which means, for the first time in a long time, I’m NOT the CEO. I have mixed feelings, of […]

HIV: The Forgotten Illness Is Still a Big Deal

HIV

This guest post was written by Robert T. McNally, PhD, President & CEO of GeoVax Labs, Inc.. Ask anyone if HIV is a problem in this country and the likely answer you’ll get is something along the lines of, ‘No. There are effective drugs to treat it now.’  Or maybe, ‘Sure, HIV is a major problem […]

Kirsty Spraggon on Living with Herpes – Happy Hump Day Podcasts

Herpes

I am pleased as punch to bring you today’s special guest, Kirsty Spraggon from KirstyTV.com! Kirsty graciously offered to be interviewed for a podcast, after having recently ‘come out’ publicly about living with herpes to her viewers, all of YouTube, and a rapt TEDx audience. Kirsty is both eloquent and inspirational, and I think you will […]

Making Safer Sex Fun – STD Prevention

Safer Sex

This guest post was written by one of our contributors, Sexual Health Educator, Natasha Albury, MPH. So you want to be careful and safer in your romantic life by incorporating safer sex, or maybe to continue what you’ve been doing, but are worried about losing out on the fun, pleasure, and excitement of the whole sexual […]

Dear Sexologist – Can You Get an STD from a Toilet or Shower?

STD Toilet Seat

This guest post was written by one of our contributors, Dr. Megan Stubbs, an energetic multi-media savvy Sexologist. Reader Submitted Question Dear Sexologist, I’m a college student, and I live in a dorm with a community bathroom facility. I heard that one of the girls down the hall has an STD, and now I’m worried about […]