Sharing news with a partner or former partner about an STD can be difficult but, it is the responsible thing to do. New anonymous online services allow people to tell past sexual partners if they have tested positive for an STD. But is this a good idea?
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A Las Vegas strip club employed robot dancers to attract new patrons during this year’s Consumer Electronics Show. Should strippers be concerned they will soon be replaced by their mechanical friends?
The Doctors discuss some new online services that offer to notify your partner or former partners anonymously if you test positive for a sexual infection.
The Doctors discuss the importance of sharing STD information with partners and the best way to go about doing it.
Women who use hydrogen peroxide down there claim that it leaves their vaginas clean, fresh, and healthy. OB/GYN Dr. Nita Landry weighs in.