sexually transmitted diseases

6 STIs You Need to Know About

6 STIs You Need to Know About

1 in 5 people in the United States has a sexually transmitted infection (STI). Here are 6 STIs you should know about.

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Manejar el impacto del cáncer de cabeza y cuello

El cáncer de cabeza y cuello no solo es físicamente duro, también puede lastimar tu salud mental. Aquí podrás encontrar cómo cuidarte

Maria Mejia

I Don’t Regret Getting HIV Because It Saved My Life

My diagnosis pulled me off the streets and gave me purpose

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I Believe I’m Aging Faster Because I Have HIV

We don’t really know how HIV impacts aging, since surviving it was nearly impossible a generation ago

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Why Did Sexually Transmitted Infections Go up During the Pandemic — and What Can We Do About It?

Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) are increasing at an alarming rate, but testing and treatment can help

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Envejecer con VIH

Los mismos problemas que nos afectan a todos mientras envejecemos pueden ser especialmente difíciles para mujeres con VIH

Why Isn’t HIV Care Reaching Those Who Need It Most?

¿Por qué los servicios médicos para el VIH no están llegando a las personas que más los necesitan?

El acceso a la atención médica puede marcar la diferencia entre la vida y la muerte para mujeres de raza negra con riesgo de VIH

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Why Isn’t HIV Care Reaching Those Who Need It Most?

Access to healthcare can be the difference between life and death for Black women at risk for HIV

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You Can Test Yourself for an STI at Home — but Should You?

At-home STI testing is on the rise, but it’s not a replacement for an in-person exam

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