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STD Awareness Month: Starting With a Common One—Chlamydia

by Gina Colonette, sexual health blogger April showers bring May flowers—and STD Awareness. How are you celebrating STD Awareness Month? Hopefully not with an STD! In honor this month’s festivities, let’s dig into STD facts each week. I’m going to get to the most popular one first. It seems chlamydia and gonorrhea are a favorite… Continue reading STD Awareness Month: Starting With a Common One—Chlamydia

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Race and Birth Control: What’s race got to do with it?

by Gina Colonette, blogger When you head to the gynecologist, you may have a few question in mind when considering a form of birth control. What kind am I going to get? Pill, patch, shot, intrauterine?  And how affective is it?  But your doctors may have some different questions: what’s your race and socioeconomic status? What’s… Continue reading Race and Birth Control: What’s race got to do with it?