The Dreaded Question If you smoke, the much dreaded part of your doctor's appointment may be when you are asked "Are you still smoking?" "How many a day?" … Read more about I Only Smoke 1-2 Cigarettes a Day, Is That OK?
Warmer weather is just around the corner, which will mean we've made it through the end of flu season and through the most common time for colds. Did you make … Read more about D for Defense? Vitamin D can help more than your bones
By now, most of you have likely become well acquainted with PrEP (Pre-exposure Prophylaxis). But let's not forget about PrEP's older, and perhaps, somewhat … Read more about Need a PEP Talk?
You should be aware that syphilis has been on the rise since 2011. This table borrowed from the CDC illustrates how the cases of syphilis in major metropolitan … Read more about Syphilis is on the rise: What you need to know
Can you believe we are already talking about flu again? Believe it or not, we are soon approaching, if not already in, "flu season." While, historically, … Read more about Debunking the 5 Most Common Reasons People Don’t Get the Flu Shot
When I tell my male patients they'll be having a pap smear, they often think I am joking. But, anal pap smears and anal cancer are no laughing matter. While … Read more about I’m a guy…Should I have a pap smear?
As if having erectile dysfunction (E.D.) isn't hard enough, you may find that bringing it up with your doctor is even harder. Some men are comfortable talking … Read more about How to Talk to Your Doctor About Erectile Dysfunction
The Pulse nightclub in Orlando was established in memory of Barbara Poma’s brother, a victim of the AIDS crisis. The massacre that happened in Pulse has caused … Read more about Orlando Massacre- Reflections from a LGBT physician