Strategy for STD Surge: Treat Partners Without a Doctor Visit
In response to a nationwide surge in sexually transmitted diseases and to prevent re-infection, physicians are prescribing antibiotics for patients as well as patients'...
4 days ago - Medscape
To curb STD rise, doctors treat patients' partners without an office visit
STD rates have hit an all-time high, according to the CDC.
6 days ago - ABC News
Orange County health department to participate in Rutgers HIV, STD study
The Florida Department of Health in Orange County is participating in a clinical trial that will focus on the improvement of screening and treatment of sexually transmitted...
10 days ago - Orlando Sentinel
Standard treatment for common STD doesn't eliminate parasite in some women
A new study led by an infectious disease epidemiologist could change the way doctors treat a common sexually transmitted disease.
1 month ago - ScienceDaily - 2 articles
New study could change the way doctors treat a common STD
A new study led by an infectious disease epidemiologist at Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine could change the way doctors treat a common sexually...
1 month ago - News Medical - 2 articles
Single Dose Antibiotic Treatment May Not be Enough to Treat STD
A single dose of metronidazole or tinidazole may not be enough to treat an STD, finds a new study.
1 month ago - Medindia Health - 2 articles
STD Rates Soaring Nationwide
Recent rapidly increased rates have reversed years of declines in the number of STDs. What's going on? Medscape Internal Medicine
1 month ago - Medscape
Syphilis rates soar across the US - with cases up by 50 percent in hot spots for the STD
In 2017, the US had record-setting rates of syphilis for the fourth year in the row. Certain cities and counties - including several in California - have rates up to 10 times...
1 month ago - Daily Mail
STDs Still Skyrocketing and Becoming Untreatable
By Dr. Mercola Sexually transmitted diseases continue to rise steeply in the U.S., and 2017 marked the fourth year in a row that this has been the case. In fact, the number of...
2 monthes ago - Mercola
Why Are STDs on the Rise If Americans Are Having Less Sex?
On Tuesday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced that reported cases of three sexually transmitted diseases in the United States had reached an all-time...
2 monthes ago - The Atlantic - 2 articles
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Innovative Treatment for Protecting People With Peanut Allergy
A new treatment on protecting people having peanut allergy was found. Developing tolerance to peanuts over a period of time can help get rid of severity in symptoms upon...
Newly Identified Molecule Can Help Fight Muscular Paralysis
Newly identified molecule can halt the progress of a severe genetic disease that causes whole-body muscle paralysis.
New Blood Pressure Guideline Can Prevent 3 Million Cardiovascular Events...
New blood pressure guideline can prevent more than 3 million cardiovascular disease events over ten years, reveals a new study.
Ultrasound of Shoulder Muscle Can Warn of Diabetes
Increased brightness of shoulder muscle on ultrasound imaging may be a warning sign of type 2 diabetes or prediabetes. However, early interventions can be initiated to avoid...
Convection Enhanced Delivery can Halt the Spread of Brain Cancer
The spread of glioblastoma, the deadliest form of brain cancer caused by the high pressure of circulating fluid in the brain, could be limited by convection-enhanced delivery
Sexual Preference Recognized as a Risk Factor in Opioid Misuse
Bisexual individuals and homosexual individuals like lesbians and gays are more bound to misuse opioids when compared to those who identify themselves as heterosexual.
Resiliency of Women to Extreme Physical Activity
From the observation of women who underwent extreme physical training and completed transantartic expedition showed that women are no more susceptible to negative health...
Dual Acting Virus in Cancer Treatment
A new virus that uses protein to simultaneously kill carcinomas and cancer-protective cells was developed by cancer scientists. The virus's dual action will only infect cancer...
Being Bullied at Work May Affect Your Heart
Bullying and violence at the workplace raise the risk of heart diseases, finds a new study.
Noise Pollution in Hospitals Affecting Patients Ability to Rest, Heal and...
Noise pollution in hospitals is a rising issue as it is regularly exceeding international recommendations, according to a new study.