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Married with STDs

I’m Married. Should I Still Get Tested for STDs?

There’s an unfortunate myth that the only people who get sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) are promiscuous. That simply isn’t true. STDs don’t pick their carriers based on virtues. People in monogamous and married relationships can test positive as well. STDs affect everyone. They can be transmitted in various ways beyond unprotected sex with risky partners. […]

6 Ways To Avoid Getting an STD in the New Year

6 Ways To Avoid Getting an STD in the New Year

The number of sexually transmitted diseases has gone through the roof! The three most commonly reported STDs in America, chlamydia, gonorrhea, and syphilis, are more prevalent  than ever before. So, what can you do to protect yourself and avoid getting an STD in the coming new year? According to the Centers for Disease Control and […]

Making Trans Healthcare More Transparent myLAB Box

Making Trans Healthcare More Transparent

In recent weeks, transgender rights have been strongly represented in the media.  The season premiere of Modern Family featured the first trans child actor. CMT announced that trans actress Jen Richards will join the cast of Nashville. The Amazon comedy series Transparent took home three wins at the Emmy Awards. The importance of trans recognition […]

How to stay safe from zika mylab box

How to Stay Safe from the Zika Virus

Making its way across the planet at an alarming rate, the Zika virus continues to diminish the lives of the adults it infects, as well as instigate birth defects in pregnant women. We know that the virus is spread mostly by the bite of infected mosquitoes. At this point, there is no vaccine to cure […]

Rio F*ck Fest

Rio F*ck Fest

Whatever — we’re just going to own that title. Hey everybody, let’s talk about the athletes who are over in Rio this month. By now, surely all of us have heard that every two years a certain sporting event basically becomes open mating season for the world’s hottest, most toned and most downright flexible athletes. […]

Lessons Learned from AIDS 2016

Lessons Learned From AIDS 2016

As the 2016 International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2016) wrapped up, we took a step back to appreciate the broader points. AIDS affects over two million people worldwide, with more cases popping up every day. The South African-based conference extensively discussed medical advancements, industry news, prevention and treatment, as well as plans for eradicating the disease […]