Shaving Pubic Hair Related to STIs: Study

Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) are the rise, and now a study shows that people who regularly groom their pubic hair are 75 percent more likely to develop a sexually transmitted infection than non-groomers, according to the New York Daily News. The study, which looked at people ages 18 to 65, speculated that shaving may create micro tears in the skin, which more easily allow transmission of bacteria and viruses. While the study also showed that shaving pubic hair might reduce the...

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