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OB/GYN Articles

Sexual Health: The 101 on HIV Transmission

Because having sex shouldn’t mean anything else Remember Mean Girls, anyone? Although pop culture has helped to ease some of the stigma on talking about such taboo subjects, there’s still a lot left to learn about sexual health. With 50,000 people becoming infected by HIV—the human immunodeficiency virus—it’s something worth talking about. We’ve got you … Read

Back to the Future: Predicting the Onset of Alzheimer’s

You don’t need Marty McFly to answer this one for you! Alzheimer’s—it’s a scary and often misunderstood word. You probably know that it’s appeared in movies like The Notebook, or that it renders your memory helpless, but did you know it’s also the sixth leading cause of death within the United States? Despite its prevalence, … Read

Mean Girls or Our Own Worst Enemies: The Psychology of Promiscuity and Slut-Shaming

Why you want to scream, “You can’t sit with us!” Whether or not you happen to have a uterus, it’s no secret that sometimes women can be especially catty towards each other. Bullying doesn’t just end on the playground for most women, but carries long into adulthood. From clothes and friends to uncontrollable things like … Read

Period Syncing: Myth or Medical Mystery?

Because you never go it alone You’ve heard the myth: whether in friend groups, at work, or even in your dorm, your period—and the periods of the females around you—may begin to sync up. Is it any coincidence when Jennifer from two cubicles down has to ask you for a tampon the same day you … Read

Sex and Emotion: Why a One Night Stand Isn’t For One Night

Because your brain can be as bad as your heart You know what we mean: you’ve heard the stereotypical statements about how women always appear to “catch feelings” after having sex. But how much truth is there in the cliché? We’re going to answer that, as well as some other questions you may have about … Read

Unusual Sex: Is it Normal to Like…?

What does “50 Shades of Grey,” Rihanna, and Eyes Wide Shut have in common? Let’s Talk About Sex   In the past decade or two, you may have noticed changes happening in the culture of sex and how we view it. Just like our idea of what beauty is has changed in the last century, … Read

Gateway Drugs and Other Nightmares: What Your Doctor Isn’t Telling You

Painkillers for your post-surgery or the gateway to addiction? Between the movement to legalize marijuana and beloved actor Phillip Seymour Hoffman’s death last week, the use of narcotics in America has certainly come into focus. Although everyone remembers the D.A.R.E. talks from grade school, the reality of drug use is much darker than you may … Read

Banged Up and Bruised: What the Super Bowl Can Tell You about Your Brain

Just how strong is the connection between mental health and concussions? With the Super Bowl just a few short days away, many of you are preparing your living room for a hungry, rowdy crowd. You’ve spent the last week planning a trip to the grocery store for snacks, and gently placing a hold on all … Read

Gynecologists Now Treating Men: Pelvic Pain

You read that right—but what’s the deal with your man and the gyno? When you’re in the waiting room, flipping through copies of People and Elle and preparing yourself for the check-up that no woman particularly enjoys, the last thing you’d expect is to see men waiting on either side of you. With a new … Read

Not Your Mother’s Birth Control: IUDs and What You Need to Know

Thinking about an IUD? Let us help. It’s no secret that navigating birth control options can be terrifying: each body is built differently, meaning what works for your best friend, your mother, or even what worked for you in the past may not work for you now. If you’ve been considering the IUD—an intra-uterine device—there … Read

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