Cervical Cancer Screening Options: What Is Best For You?

Jared Hirschfield & Varuna Srinivasan, MBBS, MPH, National Center for Health Research Cervical cancer is cancer in the cells lining the cervix, the narrow passage between the uterus and vagina. This cancer is usually diagnosed in women between the ages of 35 and 44.1 Each year in the United States, approximately 13,000 women are diagnosed with […]

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The Dangers of Juuling

The popularity of a brand of e-cigarettes called “Juuls” is now exposing adolescents to high levels of nicotine, which can have harmful effects on their health and well-being.

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Dating Violence: A Two Way Street, But Girls Are Hurt Most

Some people believe teenage relationships are superficial, short-lived, and insignificant. However, a growing field of research suggests that what happens in teenage relationships shape future relationships. Unfortunately teenage relationships can be violent, and both genders can commit acts of violence. As a result, preventative measures and education should be started in middle school and focus on both genders.

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