Tag Archives: PrEP’s

CDC says 8 in 10 US adults support limiting nicotine in cigarettes as FDA preps new rules

Getty Images An overwhelming majority of U.S. adults favor proposals requiring tobacco companies to cut nicotine in cigarettes to make them less addictive, according to a new report by the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention. The study comes as the Food and Drug Administration writes new rules that would set maximum nicotine limits for… Read More »

PROUD qualitative findings: PrEP’s impact on sexual behaviour

Many participants described fluctuating patterns of sexual risk taking over time. This was influenced by various personal factors (such as age, stage of life, relationship status, engaging in chemsex or not, depression and so forth), with PrEP not necessarily playing the main role. In certain instances, there were unexpected decreases in sexual risk-taking after starting… Read More »