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by Giddy Staff
The link between cigarettes and human papillomavirus is more pronounced than you might think.
by Michele Theil
Its symptoms can be nil, its effects not felt for years, but HPV should be top of mind.
by Rachel Crowe
The virus can cause cervical cancer, but is there any reason that boys should get vaccinated?
by Taayoo Murray
by Collette Bishop Hendler, RN, MA, MS, CIC
Almost 80 million Americans are currently infected—that's a lot of warts.
by Helen Massy
Most cases of the virus are asymptomatic, so how are you supposed to know if you have it?
by Thea Engst
HPV can create serious complications but doesn't often show symptoms. Take note and stay aware.
by Shayne Tyrpin
by David Hopper
Americans ages 9 to 26 can be vaccinated against HPV—but what if you're older?
by Mariah Douglas
This common treatment can have varying side effects.
by S. Nicole Lane
The most common STI in the world could give you cancer, or it could simply disappear.
As the original sexual liberation generation ages, understanding HPV becomes critical.
While infection is prevalent, mostly harmless, there are some important reasons to tell your par
by Stephanie Weaver
HPV doesn't have to be a roadblock. There are a number of ways to protect you and your partner.
by Courtney Johnston
Understanding Reproductive Health
Pap Smears: Myths & Misconceptions
A vital cancer-screening tool, Pap smears should be a routine part of your health regimen.
By Sarah Morris
Get to Know the Types of Cervical Precancers & Cancers
Cervical cancer is aggressive, but survival rates have improved thanks to regular Pap smears.
By Holly Ellis
Checking for Cervical Cancer After an Abnormal Pap Test
Women should know how to approach follow-up tests when their Pap smear comes back abnormal.
By Anna Herod
Reducing Your Risks for Cervical Cancer
Most cervical cancers can be prevented with help from your doctor and a healthy immune system.
5 Essential Items for a 'Safer Sex' Kit
Safer sex isn’t just about preventing unwanted pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections.
By Bax J. Ferguson