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Listerine may actually cure gonorrhoea

In the 19th century, Listerine mouthwash was marketed as a cure for gonorrhoea. More than a century later, researchers confirm that the claim may be true.

Pubic grooming tied to higher STD rates

Pubic hair grooming and removal has become increasingly popular worldwide among women and men, but it is tied to a greater risk of acquiring a sexually transmitted disease.

US STIs hit all-time high in 2015

According to a high-ranking official, STI rates in the USA are rising and many of the country's systems for preventing STIs have become eroded.

Sexism could harm men's health

Researchers found that the more men conform to masculine norms, the poorer their mental health, and the less likely they are to seek mental health services.

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