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How To : Ask your significant other to get an STD test

STDs are an unfortunate and inescapable part of the modern world, but broaching the subject with a romantic partner is still usually awkward and difficult. Watch this video for tips on how to ask your partner to get tested without hurting their feelings and damaging your relat ...more

News : Think You Have an STD? Pee on Your Phone to Find Out

Relax, it's not as messy as it sounds. Pee-on-a-stick, at home STD tests may be available in UK pharmacies soon, complete with an incredibly convenient app that would save you a trip to the clinic. It works like this: if you suspect you may have an STD, you would pee on a devi ...more

How To : Prevent bothersome bug bites

Between torturous tests and Friday frat parties, the last thing you want to think about is bed bugs. Unfortunately, these and other parasites, like head lice, may lurk around your dorm room. Here, everything you need to know to prevent these bug bites. Health Guru is a site t ...more

News : What is HIV?

What is HIV? What are the symptoms? What is AIDS? Is HIV Cureable? Common steps to prevent yourself from getting HIV or any other STD. Abstinence Safe sex- condoms are the best way to help prevent HIV. But there are only effective if you use them correctly. ALWAYS get t ...more

News : Are you positive?

Possibly using Johnny Knoxville, Bam Margera and Spike Jonze, dressed up as their finest elderly counterparts. The 3 should go to a local Free Health Clinic to be tested for STD's. They should argue in the office and make it clear there is a love triangle in the nursing home w ...more

How To : Measure dispersion with range, variance & std dev

From Ramanujan to calculus co-creator Gottfried Leibniz, many of the world's best and brightest mathematical minds have belonged to autodidacts. And, thanks to the Internet, it's easier than ever to follow in their footsteps (or just study for that next big test). With this in ...more

How To : Understand the stages of labor & vaginal delivery

70% of pregnant women have a vaginal delivery, where the baby is delivered through the mother's vagina. This method of childbirth is as time-tested as pregnancy itself. Learn more about the stages of labor and how vaginal delivery works, in this video! Health Guru is a site t ...more

How To : Understand pregnancy, weeks 1 to 4 (Month 1)

The days of asking, "Am I Pregnant?" are over. The pregnancy test was positive. You're 1 month pregnant and you may even have some early pregnancy symptoms. Watch this video to see what your baby is up to in month one and your first trimester. Health Guru is a site that produ ...more

How To : Understand pregnancy, weeks 5 to 8 (Month 2)

During month two, you'll see early signs of pregnancy. You're more than halfway through the first trimester and even if you haven't taken a pregnancy test, you may be experiencing morning sickness. This month, you'll also have your first ultrasound. Health Guru is a site that ...more

How To : Test for HIV

Over 300,000 Americans who are infected with HIV don't even know it! Learn how to avoid being among them. Health Guru is a site that produces videos which provide medical advice in a number of areas: Pregnancy, Sex Health, and College Health. With the aid of Health Guru, you ...more

News : Myths and Facts About Sex

1) Most teens are having sex: MYTH! The myth is that most teens have had vaginal intercourse. Surprise, surprise: most haven’t! A survey of nearly 14,000 high school students across the country reported that less than half (47.8 percent) ever had intercourse. So why does it s ...more

News : Hepatitis C Cases Are Soaring in Iowa

This month, Iowa issued their first hepatitis C virus epidemiological profile and the news was not good. The number of cases of hepatitis C reported in Iowa between 2000 and 2015 rose nearly threefold, from 754 cases in 2000 to 2,235 cases in 2015. The news gets even worse wh ...more

News : Antibiotics During Pregnancy Linked to Miscarriage

As if being pregnant did not come with enough worry, a new study found that certain antibiotics are linked to an increased risk of spontaneous abortion, or miscarriage — a terrifying finding for any expectant mother. The study, published in the Canadian Medical Association Jo ...more

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