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Recent research has shown that gender/sex along with social factors has an impact not only on risk factors for some diseases, but how your body may react to certain medications and how often you see your doctor. It is for these reasons that scientists at the National Institutes of Health are paying closer attention to […]

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    Condensed from an article by Andrew Griffin in The Independent Head and neck cancer is predicted to overtake cervical cancer in the USA by 2020.  Men who have

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Click Image   Condensed from an article by Alexandra Sifferlin for Time Health Human papillomavirus (HPV) is one of the most common sexually transmitted infections in the U.S. It’s so common that federal experts say that nearly every sexually active man or woman will be infected with at least one strain at some point in their lives and […]

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Condensed from US News by Alan Mozes About six in 10 sexually active single men in the United States are taking responsibility for birth control, government health officials say. When they have sex, these unmarried males are using a

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Condensed from the CDC website Protecting your preteen children from most of the cancers caused by human papillomavirus (HPV) infection is the thing to do. HPV is a very common virus that spreads between people when they have sexual contact with another person. About 14 million people, including teens, become infected with HPV each year. HPV […]

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Michael Douglas An article written by Deborah Kotze for the Boston Globe on June 10th 2013 and condensed here, revealed that the HPV infection of throat cancer inflicted upon the actor Michael Douglas was a result of

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Leslie Kantor, MPH, the national director of education initiatives at Planned Parenthood Federation of America, published this list:   When it comes to

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