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PDE5 Inhibitors and Alpha-Blockers May Help Men with ED and LUTS

New research suggests that taking a combination of ED and LUTS drugs may benefit men more than taking one drug alone.

Sex, Psychological & Physical Health, and Marital Quality

Regular sexual activity might help older couples manage physical and psychological health problems and keep their relationship strong, research suggests.

Simvastatin Might Improve Sexual Health Quality of Life in Men 40 and Over Who Have ED

Recent research has found that a drug called simvastatin could help improve sexual health quality of life for men with erectile dysfunction (ED)

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Drugs and Low Libido (Part 1)

Many prescription drugs have sexual side effects, including low sex drive.

Gender Dysphoria in Children

What happens when children feel they've been born in the wrong gender?

Can Pornography Improve a Sexual Relationship?

For many people, pornography is associated with shame and distaste. But is that always true?

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Gender Variance in Children with ADHD and Autism Spectrum Disorders

Gender variance – the desire to be another gender – seems more likely in children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).

FDA Warning on “Weekend Warrior”

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has cautioned consumers about “Weekend Warrior,” which is advertised as a sexual enhancement product.

STDs Could be Harder to Spot in Women

Symptoms of sexually-transmitted diseases (STDs) may be more difficult to pin down in women than in men, according to information from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).