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Sexual Counseling after Heart Attack

Researchers from the United States and Spain pointed out that about one in five heart attacks happen to people between the ages of 18 and 55. But little was known about the type of sexual counseling they received from their doctors.

Scientists Link Men’s Early Relationships With Women to Later Sexual Issues

Can a man’s relationship with his mother influence his later sexual function? How about the age at which he first fell in love? It’s possible, according to a pair of Czech researchers.

Cervical Cancer Patients, Nerve-Sparing Hysterectomy, and Sexual Health

Women who have nerve-sparing laparoscopic radical hysterectomy (LRH) may have better sexual outcomes than those who have conventional LRH.

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Alcohol and Sex

Today, we’ll look at some of the ways drinking alcohol can affect someone sexually.

For Teens: Am I Ready For Sex?

How do you know if you’re ready to start having sex?

Genital Cosmetic Surgery for Women

Is genital cosmetic surgery for women safe and effective?

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Female Ejaculation

The experience is sometimes called “squirting” and experts estimate that it happens to 10% to 50% of women.

CDC Considers Counseling Recommendations on Circumcision

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) is considering new draft recommendations on circumcision – surgical removal of the foreskin of the penis.

HPV Vaccine Not Linked to Sexual Activity

Does HPV vaccination lead teenage girls to have unsafe sex? Some parents worry that it does.