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Why Your HPV Vaccine Excuses Are Total BS

If it's been a while since you've given much thought to the HPV vaccine, it's time to listen up.

New HPV Vaccine May Dramatically Reduce Cervical Cancer

The shot, which will be available later this month, is 97 percent effective at preventing cervical, vulvar, and vaginal diseases.

Is Your Gyno Giving You the Right Sexual Health Tests?

Is your gyno giving you these crucial screenings when you need them most?

The Happiest Place on Earth, In Defense of Big Booties, and Why Women May Hold the Key to Marriage

OKCupid's founder crunched the numbers to find out. Plus, the happiest place on earth, and how researchers say there's some truth to the adage "happy wife, happy life" after all.

The No. 1 Vaccine You Have to Get for Sexual Health

Find out how it can lower your risk of contracting an STI.

5 Things You Need to Know Before Your Next Pap Smear

We know getting up close and personal with your gyno isn't at the top of your to-do list, but here's how to make that dreaded appointment easier.

Shape Shares: Exercise Can Prevent Wrinkles

Forget expensive creams—working out may the secret to youthful skin, a new study says. Just another reason we love fitness.

Frequent Pap Smears Unnecessary, New Recommendations Say

New Pap smear recommendations suggest that women get screened no more than once every three years. What do these recommendations mean for you?

Study Suggests HPV and Heart Disease Link

While certain strains of HPV have been linked to cervical cancer, a new study shows it could be linked to heart disease as well.

You Have a 20 Percent Chance of Getting HPV from an Infected Partner

A new study finds that there's a 20 percent chance you or a new partner will pick up the HPV virus within six months. Find out more here.

Human Papillomavirus Linked to Throat Cancer

There's been a lot of talk about the human papillomavirus (HPV) and the HPV vaccine on the campaign trail. But politics aside, new research is showing just how serious HPV is. According to a new study, HPV may be responsible for the increase in throat-can