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For men undergoing a fertility check-up, a semen specimen obtained at home rather than in the clinic is adequate for analysis. The results are the same for either collection location, according to a report in the medical journal Fertility and Sterility.
2008/3/21
Circumcision does not appear to shield men from the types of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) common in the developed world, according to new research from New Zealand.
2008/3/21
Sexually transmitted disease in men’s throats and rectums are often undiagnosed because less- invasive tests that detect twice as many infections aren’t approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
2008/3/14
U.S. syphilis cases climbed for the seventh straight year in 2007, and increases in the disease among gay men and blacks largely contributed, government researchers reported Wednesday.
2008/3/14
At least one in four teenage girls in the United States has a sexually transmitted disease, or more than 3 million teens, according to the first study of its kind in this age group.
2008/3/12
After more than half a century of debate and bedroom exploration, a row about the location of the fabled G spot may be settled at last, the British weekly New Scientist says.
2008/2/21
Several promising, large-scale trials trying to prevent the spread of HIV have produced sobering results, as researchers discussed at a meeting last week, but longer-term data on new treatments are proving encouraging.
2008/2/15
Using a condom is still the safest protection against AIDS, United Nations health agencies said Friday after Swiss researchers claimed patients on retroviral drugs do not transmit the virus.
2008/2/3
The AIDS virus has hideouts deep in the immune system that today’s drugs cannot reach. Now scientists finally have discovered how HIV builds one of those fortresses — and they are exploring whether a drug already used to fight a parasite in developing countries just might hold a key to break in.
2008/2/2
AIDS patients who take effective retroviral drugs do not pass on the virus even through unprotected sex, Switzerland’s state commission on the disease claimed on Wednesday.
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