Researchers at the University of Indiana, funded by the maker of Trojan condoms, surveyed 5,865 adolescents and adults, ages 14 to 94, about their sex lives, in one of the most comprehensive studies in almost two decades. Dr. Nancy Snyderman weighs in on the results.
After apologizing for an American science experiment in which Guatemalan prisoners and mentally ill patients were deliberately infected with STDs more than 60 years ago, U.S. officials called on the Institute of Medicine to launch a full investigation. NBC Chief Science Correspondent Robert Bazell r
Aug. 6: Schools in New York, D.C. and Baltimore are set to perform screening for sexually transmitted diseases. Should the tests require parental consent? NBC’s Dr. Nancy talks with a panel.
CLAYGATE, ENGLAND - JUNE 25: A member of the U.S. teen celibacy group Silver Ring Thing waits near a merchandise counter at Holy Trinity Church June 25, 2004 in Claygate England. The group, which promotes celibacy before marriage in a bid to cut the spread of sexually transmitted diseases to teenag