A final year PhD student at Kingston University has helped build the UK’s first digital health service for members of
More and more women are opting for long-term contraceptive methods, such as intrauterine devices (IUDs) and contraceptive implants over user-dependent
Symptoms for many common sexually transmitted infections (STIs) start appearing two weeks after contraction. For this reason, STIQ Day takes
Ruth Cadbury MP has condemned government spending cuts to public health services such as stop-smoking, sexual health and addiction support.
An Imperial Research Group is studying the hormonal causes of sexual anxiety, but some activists and academics view the problem as being social rather than biological.
Two new questions in the upcoming national census will give LGBTQ+ communities a voice for the first time in the
‘Now I’m off the pill I can live my life in colour again’ – How does hormonal contraception affect our mental health?
More than 75 per cent of people say hormonal contraception has affected their mental health, shows research by South West
Lambeth has the highest rate of HIV diagnoses of all UK local authorities, according to Public Health England. Their review
Revellers being hit with tear gas at the SW4 festival in Clapham Common last weekend leads today’s South West Londoner
Raunchy literature fans come together to celebrate Erotic World Book Day and raise sexual health charity funds
Pull up a chair, grab a brew and pick up your favourite selection of titillating tales to celebrate Erotic World