NCSH in the News
This article features the NCSH's new guide, "Sexual Health and Your Patients: A Provider's Guide," and extensively quotes NCSH member Dr. Michael Horberg, Director of HIV/AIDS, Kaiser Permanente.
It's not always easy to know how often to get tested for STDs. NCSH member and spokesperson Dr. Edward Hook III outlines in this article how often people in different types of relationships should get tested.
NCSH member and spokesperson Dr. Katharine O'Connell White shares what chlamydia and gonorrhea feel like for most people, which is nothing because they are mostly asymptomatic infections.
In this article, NCSH members Dr. Edward Hook and Jenelle Marie Davis aim to reassure that herpes can be effectively managed, and that you can still have relationships and sex.
Are you and your partner considering ditching condoms? Here's 10 things you should know, according to Amber Madison, who wrote this in-depth story on behalf of the coalition.
NCSH's Adam McCord of Project Inform was interviewed for this article that shares practical and effective strategies to help mixed status couples have happy and healthy relationships.
On behalf of the Coalition, NCSH's Amber Madison provides a 10-step guide for dating with herpes, which features an interview with NCSH member, Jenelle Marie Davis, of the STD Project.
NCSH's Tyomi Morgan provides five simple ways to make condom use sexier and more satisfying for men and their partners and interviews NCSH's Deborah Arrindell, from ASHA.
In honor of National Condom Month, the NCSH's Tyomi Morgan urges men to change their mindset about condoms by learning about innovations that are now available to make sex with a condom more exciting and pleasurable.
There is life after a sexually transmitted infection (STI) diagnosis. Learn more from NCSH member Amber Madison, who wrote the story on behalf of the Coalition.