• Study Shows HPV Vaccine Doesn’t Lead To Promiscuity

    Parents and clinicians alike have expressed fears that the HPV vaccine may lead teens to engage in risky behavior. A new study shows this is not the case.

  • Time Again For A Pap Smear- Or Is It?

    New guidelines call for a reduction of how often you get a pap smear. If you have had one in the past three years, you might not need one!

  • WHO Approves Cervarix, New Cervical Cancer Vaccine

    The World Health Organization approved a cervical cancer vaccine, a cheaper alternative to Gardasil, for use in developing countries.

  • Q&A: HPV And Genital Warts: Are They Contagious?

    HPV is extremely common and, although most sexually active women and men have been exposed to HPV, not everyone who has HPV knows that they have it.

  • Q&A: Differences Between HPV And HIV

    The fact that the acronyms HPV and HIV sound similar to each other is confusing for many people, but they are not the same.

  • Gardasil: A New HPV Vaccine And The Human Papillomavirus

    Gardasil is a new vaccine that can prevent four strains of HPV that are related to many (but not all) cases of cervical cancer and genital warts.

  • Q&A: Living With Genital Warts And HPV

    Q&A about what to do after a genital wart (HPV) diagnosis. Advice about how to tell new partners and stay as safe as possible.

  • Pap Tests And HPV Information

    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently created a new website providing information about the HPV test and Pap tests

  • Another Reason To Get Vaccinated

    Need another reason to get the HPV vaccine, Gardasil? Find out what other kinds of cancers are related to HPV infection.