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When childhood cancer survivors enter adulthood, they may develop sexual issues caused by their cancer treatment.
Sexual inhibition can lead to orgasm issues in women, new research suggests.
Researchers in Canada have developed a promising program that aims to help breast cancer survivors with body image.
More results from a study about women's orgasms: partners, communication, self-esteem, multiple orgasms, and more.
Last year, a survey by the Kinsey Institute at Indiana University and women’s health app Clue revealed some of the many ways that people around the world use technology to find partners, get sexual health information, and track their sex lives.
Women’s orgasms can be mystifying. But that doesn’t stop researchers from learning more about them, even to the point of asking volunteers to pleasure themselves in an MRI machine for scientific study.
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Alcohol, marijuana, and ecstasy (also called MDMA and Molly) can have different sexual effects on young men and women, new research suggests.
A recent study in the Journal of Sexual Medicine explored body composition and shape in transgender adolescents.
Men who take over-the-counter ibuprofen might develop problems with testosterone production, according to a small study. In particular, ibuprofen may affect the “pituitary-testis axis,” a system that involves the pituitary gland in the brain and a man’s testes.