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New chlamydia hypothesis highlights importance of early screening

New insights on chlamydia's link to cancer and ectopic pregnancy risk could lead to preventative treatments for chlamydia-induced disease. Researchers have discovered a new possible...
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Prescription-free contraception could mitigate issues caused by pandemic

Better data collection and measures such as prescription-free contraception could improve women’s health care during disasters, researchers have recommended. Researchers at the University of Warwick...
Improving HIV testing in Europe

Improving HIV testing in Europe

The European Centres for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO) are calling for better HIV testing across Europe. The ECDC...
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Assessing male fertility just became a lot easier

Research published in Analytical Chemistry, reveals how scientists have developed a quick and convenient way of assessing male fertility Currently, male fertility tests include measuring...
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Having more than ten sexual partners could increase the risk of cancer

According to research published in BMJ Journal of Sexual & Reproductive Health people who have a history of more than 10 sexual partners is...
WHO: half of European women with HIV diagnosed late

WHO: half of European women with HIV diagnosed late

Many women in the WHO European Region, particularly those in their 40s, are diagnosed at a late stage of HIV infection when their immune...
FGM: is there a link between the clitoris and reproduction?

FGM: is there a link between the clitoris and reproduction?

A recent review has highlighted evidence that the female clitoris is important for reproduction – not just pleasure. Across the world, in many countries and...

Domestic violence reduces breastfeeding in developing countries

Mothers in low to middle-income countries are 13% less likely to breastfeed their infants exclusively in the first six months if they experience domestic...

New study suggests hormone linked to hypersexual disorder

A new study has revealed the possible role of the hormone oxytocin on men and women with hypersexual disorder. The results published in the journal Epigenetics...
Human papilloma virus: shaming women could put off cancer screening

Human papilloma virus: shaming women could put off cancer screening

The social stigmas and myths surrounding the human papilloma virus (HPV) could make women anxious, and potentially deter them from getting cervical screening. According to...
Sexual functioning and frequency improved by cardiac rehabilitation

Sexual functioning and frequency improved by cardiac rehabilitation

According to Canadian Journal of Cardiology, exercise-based cardiac rehabilitation leads to better sexual functioning for patients with cardiovascular disease. Although further investigation is needed to...

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