Learn about the human papillomavirus (HPV), the most common sexually transmitted infection, screening recommendations, its links to cancer, genital warts, and more.
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Mail-in, at-home kits to test for high-risk human papillomavirus (HPV) infection do help improve cervical cancer screening, according to this study.
Researchers developed an HPV blood test that could be used to monitor head and neck cancer patients for recurrence after treatment.
The number of adolescents who completed the HPV vaccine series increased five percentage points from 2016 to 2017, according to a CDC report.
HPV is the most common sexually transmitted infection. And it's a rising cause of throat cancer. Learn how you can protect yourself.
The HPV vaccine is effective in women up to age 20 who didn't receive it at 11 or 12, but it’s unclear whether this is true for older women.
Carolann's story shows that cervical cancer can happen to anyone, and why good HPV testing is so critical.
The state of a person’s mouth can not only be a turnoff but can also pose health risks. Here’s more on the link between kissing and oral health.
Not all of us (especially teens and young adults) consider oral sex to be real sex. But should we?
Question Asked by Janelle Is There A Cure For Hpv Answer HPV is the virus that causes works in the hands, as well as genital warts. It’s so common that most people have had it at some point in their life. The CDC estimates that currently, approximate...
Protect yourself with these tips when it comes to HPV.