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Study: Fewer Pap Tests Mean Fewer Chlamydia Screenings

New practice guidelines mean that young women are getting Pap tests later and less often. A new study finds that this has inadvertently lead to fewer chlamydia screenings in the very age group most at risk for this sexually transmitted infection.

New practice guidelines mean that young women are getting Pap tests later and less often. A new study finds that this has inadvertently lead to fewer chlamydia screenings in the very age group most at risk for this sexually transmitted infection.

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Annual Visits to the Gynecologists Have Just Become More Affordable For Many. But Are They Still Necessary?

The ACA now requires most insurers to cover annual gynecological checkups for women without a co-pay. But is an annual checkup still necessary?

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Get Real! Out, Out Damn UTI!

Urinary tract infections (UTIs) probably are not influenced by how you clean your body after sex, but there are a host of preventative measures you can take if you’re not taking them already.

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