Listerine and gonorrhoea

Written by theguardian.com on . Posted in News & Updates

Listerine gargle every day helps to slow spread of gonorrhoea.

Researchers at Melbourne clinic conduct clinical trial and say mouthwash a cheap and effective control measure Daily rinsing and gargling with a commercial brand of mouthwash could help control the spread of gonorrhoea, a study has found.

HPV vaccine reducing rates of genital warts

Written by Dave Hawkes on . Posted in News & Updates

New study shows HPV vaccine is working to reduce rates of genital warts.

The human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine was introduced in Australia in 2007 and New Zealand in 2008 to prevent cervical cancer. It was free for women up to age 26 in Australia and to all women under 20 in New Zealand. This is because 99.7% of cervical cancers are associated with the sexually transmissible infection.

New Male Contraceptive

Written by Mike McRae | Science Alert on . Posted in News & Updates

A new type of male contraceptive not only prevents babies; It's reversible!

We've been waiting a long time for this. Until now, men have had only two serious options for preventing baby-making: condoms or 'the snip'. A promising new product could be set to change all that, with animal trials indicating that it's not only close to 100 percent effective, but that it can also be fully reversed, making it less drastic than the vasectomy while still offering similar benefits.

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