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survival guide

This Is What It Would Take to Turn a Virus Into a Weapon

“A well-funded organization with scientific expertise and the resources to grow, manipulate, or release agents, and the motivation to actually use them—that’s the worst case scenario."
Abigail Fagan
4.4.18
Sobriety Check
Sobriety Check

How Do You Tell If You Have a Drinking Problem?

It’s frighteningly easy to meet the criteria for binge drinking.
Diane Shipley
1.19.18
oh good
oh good

The CDC Will Hold an Info Session on Nuclear War

This month's "grand rounds" topic for public health professionals is, uh, timely.
Jesse Hicks
1.5.18
pain
pain

Cracking Down on Opioids Hurts People With Chronic Pain

There are dozens of cases of reported suicides after pain patients had their doses reduced.
Maia Szalavitz
11.6.17
Fighting Words
Fighting Words

Doctors Shouldn’t Get Fired for Skipping the Flu Shot

I should have the basic right to an informed decision, too.
Jalal Baig, MD
11.3.17
Fighting Words
Fighting Words

I Prefer to Date Men Who are HIV Positive​

Research shows that if they're getting treated, I'm not at risk of contracting it from them—even without a condom.
Cole Grissom
10.19.17
Unscrewing Ourselves
Unscrewing Ourselves

Why Aren't Straight Men Told to Get Regular STD Tests?

Women and gay men carry the STD-testing burden.
Shayla Love
10.13.17
STD Glossary
STD Glossary

HIV and AIDS: Symptoms, Treatments, and Facts

HIV is the most feared STD out there—but should it be?
Alexandra Ossola
10.12.17
STD Glossary
STD Glossary

Trichomoniasis: Symptoms, Treatments, and Facts

If you have trichomoniasis, you'll either not know it—or really, really know it.
Sarah Kasbeer
10.6.17
STD Glossary
STD Glossary

Zika: Symptoms, Treatments, and Facts

Yes, Zika is an STD—here's how not to catch it.
Alexandra Ossola
10.5.17
STDs
STDs

STD Rates Hit Record High for Third Year in a Row

Young people 15 to 24 are driving the epidemic.
Ed Cara
9.27.17
doin' it
doin' it

Why are Flavored Condoms Still a Thing?

For one thing, because college girls are buying them.
Emily Cassel
9.26.17