The next time you visit the gyn, you may be able to get a DNA test for HPV. So should you?
A new study says home screening for cervical cancer could help women who don’t normally get a Pap smear.
A review of studies reveals more frequent health check-ups could be detrimental to your health.
New Pap smear recommendations suggest that women get screened no more than once every three years. What do these recommendations mean for you?
According to new data, cervical cancer is best detected through a pap smear. Here's what you need to know.