Infectious diseases seem to come and go, sometimes causing scary outbreaks, while other times seeming to disappear. But some infectious pathogens are always with us, lurking just below the surface...
Nearly 2 million people in the United States have the sexually transmitted disease (STD) chlamydia, according to new estimates from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
You're dating, things are going great—and then comes that awkward moment when your partner casually inquires, "So, hey, um … got any STDs?"
Australia has encountered the most drug-resistant strain of gonorrhea the country has ever seen.
A herpes virus that infects humans originated in chimpanzees before it jumped into early human ancestors, according to a new study
Gay men who hook up by using smartphone apps may be at higher risk for some sexually transmitted infections than men who find sexual partners through online dating, or in bars and clubs, a new...
Hundreds of thousands of Americans may have chlamydia – and they don’t even know it.
More than two-thirds of healthy Americans have a human papillomavirus (HPV) infection on some part of their body, a new study suggests.
Although syphilis was nearly eliminated from the U.S.
Certain STDs are almost 50 times more common in some states. How does your state rank?