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Things Are Good: Easy HPV Testing From Eve Kit

HPV is a virus that can lead to cancer, but is generally easy to test for and prevent. It can be an awkward experience getting tested though, and that is where a new crowd sourced intuitive, the Eve Kit, comes into play. It’s a simple to use STI and HPV testing kit that women can […]

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Melissa Fong: Should your daughter get the HPV Vaccine?

I can understand the anxiety about the vaccine. I can. Something that is intimately tied to our daughters sexuality is really freaky especially when we’re talking about children that we don’t even want to think about as sexual creatures.

The Disaffected Lib: Society of Ob-Gyns Wants Boys Vaccinated for HPV

Canada’s Society of Obstetricians & Gynecologists has set the cat among the fundamentalist pigeons this time.   They want all Canadian provinces to follow Prince Edward Island’s lead and make HPV vaccination available to boys as well as girls.

HPV, or human papillomavirus, is generally considered a disease transmitted unknowingly by infected males to females.  There’s . . . → Read More: The Disaffected Lib: Society of Ob-Gyns Wants Boys Vaccinated for HPV

wRanter.com: Slicing through ignorant anti-circumcision rhetoric

FB.Event.subscribe(‘edge.create’, function(response) { _gaq.push([‘_trackEvent’,’SocialSharing’,’Facebook – like button’,unescape(String(response).replace(/\+/g, ” “))]); }); Share this: Every once in a while, the subject of circumcising male newborns and boys rears its ugly head – no pun intended – and the discussion rarely takes long to veer into ethnocentrism, if not outright intolerance. With the best of intentions, . . . → Read More: wRanter.com: Slicing through ignorant anti-circumcision rhetoric