The mission of the American Social Health Association is to stop sexually
transmitted diseases (STDs) and their harmful consequences to individuals,
families, and communities. Sexual health glossary, support programs, resource
centers, and educational materials are presented.
On these pages, you will find general information on HIV/AIDS, sexually
transmitted diseases and tuberculosis, and on the work of the National Center
for HIV, STD, and TB Prevention. There is a link for teachers only and contains
resources that can be used in the classroom.
The CDC National Prevention Information Network (NPIN) is the U.S. national
reference, referral and distribution service for information on HIV/AIDS,
STDs, and TB, sponsored by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
The Harvard AIDS Institute was created to expedite and expand the already
substantial amount of AIDS research conducted at Harvard University. This
site features information on special programs, research, conferences and
At this site there is information regarding risks for contracting sexually
transmitted diseases. A risk profile that can be taken online to determine
your relative risk for STDs can be accessed from the home page.