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Fewer Children Getting HPV Shot than Other Vaccines

Aug 1
Despite federal government recommendations, only 45% of boys and 60% of girls are getting vaccinated against HPV.

Fewer Children Getting HPV Shot than Other Vaccines

HEALTH | Aug 1
Despite federal government recommendations, only 45% of boys and 60% of girls are getting vaccinated against HPV.

Get 'Wet' on July 31 for National Orgasm Day

HEALTH | By Winnie McCroy | Jul 31
Today is National Orgasm Day, and the folks at Wet are happy to share their tips for celebrating the big "O." Licensed psychotherapist Mary Jo Rapini shares her ideas on how to make your love life and orgasms better.

VP: Doctors are Being Stalked by Anti-Abortion Extremists

HEALTH | Jul 31
Planned Parenthood is responding to undercover video that purports to show employees negotiating the sale of fetal organs recovered from abortions.

More U.S. Teens Using 'Morning After Pill'

HEALTH | Jul 31
A report from the federal government indicates teen usage of the "morning after pill" has increased dramatically.

Feds Release Updated Strategy Against AIDS in America

HIV/AIDS | By Mike Stobe | Jul 30
U.S. health officials have updated their strategic plan for fighting AIDS, setting new goals for reducing infections and deaths.

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Cel-Sci Expands Study for Treatment of Anal Warts in HIV/HPV Patients

HEALTH | By Winnie McCroy | Jul 29
CEL-SCI Corporation announced it has added a second clinical site for its Phase I clinical trial evaluating peri-anal wart immunotherapy in HIV/HPV co-infected men and women with its investigational cancer immunotherapy Multikine.


Health

Software Turns Smartphones into Tools for Medical Research

Smartphone apps are the latest tools to emerge from the intersection of health care and Silicon Valley, where tech companies are also working on new ways of bringing patients and doctors together online.

Fitness

How Much Water do You Really Need to Stay Healthy?

We often hear it takes 8 glasses of water a day to stay healthy and hydrated, but new research has come up with a different recommendation.