A Review of Herbal Supplements Finds Pros and Cons in Treatment for Enlarged Prostate
Both men and women over 50 say they expect the desire for and ability to have sex to diminish with age. Women, however, are more likely to have physical symptoms and more likely to be surprised by them, according to a new study.
Ovarian cancer is known as the silent killer because it is so tough to diagnose. Nevertheless, it is curable, depending on what type you have and its stage when diagnosed. If you are aware of your risk factors and any symptoms that you might be attributing to other causes, you can take proactive ste
Microsoft Office ClipsDisease is a pathological condition of one or more of the body's systems, usually due to infection, genetic defect or environmental stress. In 2009, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention noted that there were 10 diseases most associated with deaths of...
Genital warts are caused by some type of human papilloma virus, commonly known as HPV. HPV is a contagious sexually transmitted disease and has many subtypes or strains and some of them give rise to genital warts. 90% of all warts are caused by strains known as 6 and 11. After being infected, the wa
Sterility testing in a pharmaceutical context largely refers to a test performed on a finished and packaged product. The item tested should be clear of bacteria, fungi and viruses. Sterility tests can also be performed on laboratory materials that have been treated to be sterile before using them in
An experimental drug once tested as a male contraceptive may soon enjoy a comeback as a valuable addition to treatment for prostate cancer and possibly other forms of cancer.
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The herpes simplex virus is transmitted through close personal contact by exchange of saliva, semen, cervical secretions, or vesicle fluid from active lesions. The virus is not usually infecting dead cells and keratin in epidermis. You must come into contact with the cells of the mucosa or abraded s
HPV stands for human papilloma virus. Almost 200 strains of human papilloma virus have been identified as of now. Their infection hardly produces any symptoms in their victims.
One of the ways HIV-positive mothers can transmit the virus to their children is through breastfeeding. Therefore, it is not recommended that HIV-positive women breastfeed unless available alternatives to breast milk are not safe.
HIV-positive people have many options for AIDS and HIV drug treatment. Learn more about the expanding options.