A new policy in some Massachusetts public schools will make condoms available to all students beginning in elementary school
Indiana man accused of not telling more than 100 sexual partners that he was HIV positive
As Congress grapples with ways to cut spending, the share of HHS dollars earmarked for ADAP has gradually decreased in recent years
DA drops charges against HIV-positive man who used spit as weapon - Colorado Independent
Denver District Attorney drops ‘assault with a deadly weapon’ charge against HIV-infected man who spit on another man
Blood agency reviews gay donor policy - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
An advisory panel of the Dept. of Health and Human Services will examine whether a 1977 blood donation policy affecting gay individuals will stay standard
AIDS awareness groups said Saturday they are protesting a ban by the world soccer body FIFA on distributing health related information and condoms at World Cup stadiums
D.C. students: Free condoms are too cheap, too small - Washington Post
Students must complete a 30-minute online training course called ‘WrapMC’ — for ‘Master of Condoms’
Finding a cure for Bush Derangement Syndrome
Philippine Catholic bishops, already waging a bitter battle with the government over birth control, received an unwelcome gift on Monday when female activists delivered them two baskets of condoms
An adolescent condom - TELEGRAPH.CO.UK
Since more adolescents are having sex in Switzerland, the government is allowing the new, smaller condoms
Abstinence education is back in the headlines, prompted by a new study that shows such intervention can reduce teen sexual activity in the long term.
It found that, two years after receiving an eight-hour abstinence-only intervention, middle school participants were a third less likely to initiate sexual activity, compared to peers who attended a non-sex-ed health class instead. Moreover, although the abstinence-only intervention did not teach contraception, sexually active participants were no less likely to use contraception
We’re facing extraordinarily challenging fiscal times. So as the president’s budget makes its way through the halls of the Capitol, lawmakers will carefully scrutinize every account, every program, and every initiative—as they should.
Don't reject the rubber - The Daily Caller
A new study reveals alarming data of what men will do if an ill-fitted condom reduces pleasure. But there are plenty of good reasons to keep the rubber on, including, The Daily Caller’s video list of the best condom commercials
Scientists say they have solved a crucial puzzle about the AIDS virus after 20 years of research and that their findings could lead to better treatments for HIV.
Authorities are trying to determine whether a woman who claims in an online video that she intentionally infected more than 500 people in suburban Detroit with HIV is real or a hoax.