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What Should Physical Therapists Know About Female Sexual Pain?

Understanding the biopsychosocial aspects of sexual pain could help physical therapists treat women, according to a recent study in Sexual Medicine Reviews.

Kink-oriented Individuals Address Healthcare Concerns

Individuals who engage in kink sexual behaviors can have special healthcare needs.

Study Examines Body Esteem in Female Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse

A new study examines how body esteem influenced feelings about sex in women with and without a history of childhood sexual abuse.

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Treating Peyronie’s Disease Without Surgery

For some men, Peyronie’s disease can be treated nonsurgically. Recently, the American Urological Association issued new clinical guidelines on these approaches.

Manage Diabetes for Better Sexual Health

Many people don’t realize that diabetes can have a serious effect on sexual health. There’s a lot to learn about diabetes and sexual health and we’re here to help.

New FDA Testosterone Labeling Rules: What Should Men Know?

On October 25, 2016, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced new rules regarding the labeling of testosterone products. Manufacturers must now warn consumers about the risk of abuse.

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Studies Suggest Link Between ED and Gum Disease

Men with chronic gum disease (periodontitis) are more than twice as likely to have erectile dysfunction (ED) than men with healthy gums, according to a recent study in the International Journal of Impotence Research.

Smoking Can Lead to Erectile Dysfunction

Most of us know that smoking is bad for our health. What many people don’t realize, however, is that smoking can cause erectile dysfunction (ED).

Birth Control Pills Can Have Sexual Side Effects

Birth control pills – also known as oral contraceptives – are an effective, convenient method for preventing pregnancy. But for some women, “the pill” can have sexual side effects.