Condoms ‘Reduce’ Risk Of Cancer Virus

Condoms can significantly reduce the risk of women being exposed to the virus linked to cervical cancer, a leading charity said today.

Condoms Are A Good Fit For HPV Prevention

Condoms protect against the spread of the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV). According to the Centers for Disease Control, laboratory studies have shown that HPV cannot pass through latex barriers like condoms.

If You Decide To Have Sex, Here’s A Few Things You Need To Know

As students make the decision to become sexually active, they should bear in mind the possible physical consequences — namely sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and pregnancy.

Regular Condom Use Prevents Genital Warts

Human papillomavirus (HPV) is the cause of genital warts, and some subtypes of the virus can cause cancer. Now, researchers report that circumcision and regular condom use seem to reduce the risk of penile HPV infection.