At least 215 cases of severe lung disease associated with vaping have been reported. This has resulted in the both the FDA and CDC issuing releases warning … Read more about The Thought that Vaping is Safer than Smoking is Now Up in Smoke
There is some misinformation about our practice regarding screening and treatment of HPV-related anal disease that is floating around on social media. This … Read more about Dr. Gurley Sets the Record Straight on Anal Cancer Screening, STIs and more
You may have heard by now there's another medication coming out soon that can be used for HIV Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP). This medication is called Descovy … Read more about PrEP 2.0: How Will It Change Things?
Maybe you've heard, maybe you haven't, but injectable HIV drugs are the next big thing in HIV treatment. VIIV pharmaceuticals has been working on a combination … Read more about An Injectable HIV Med?
I recently had a patient come into the office for STI (sexually transmitted infection) testing because he had received an anonymous text message alerting him … Read more about Is Anonymous STI Notification Sending the Wrong Message?
I often tell patients that diabetes will change your life. In fact, it must: you will have to change the way you eat, what you eat, how you eat, etc. Developing … Read more about Can Weight Loss “Cure” Diabetes?
Getting tested for HIV can be an anxiety-provoking experience for many gay men. Decades of stigma paired with misinformation and antiquated knowledge of how HIV … Read more about Diagnosed with HIV, Now What?
February is American Heart Month so it is only appropriate to highlight cardiovascular health in one way or another. At some point or another, you've heard … Read more about Does HPV lead to increased risk of Cardiovascular Disease?