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Rectal Cancer Survivors Can Face Sexual Challenges

Survivors of rectal cancer often experience sexual problems, which can be physical, psychological, or both.

Gaming Might Affect Sexual Desire and Ejaculation in Men

In a recent Journal of Sexual Medicine study, experts found that gaming might affect men’s sexual function, in positive and negative ways.

Cancer Organizations Stress Importance of Comprehensive and Affordable Healthcare

A group of 33 cancer-related organizations have banded together to support cancer patients and survivors in light of proposed healthcare legislation under debate in the United States.

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Need to Tone Your Pelvic Floor? Try Kegels!

Kegel exercises can improve both your urinary and sexual function.

After Orgasm: A Range of Reactions

Given what happens to your body during orgasm, it’s probably not surprising that body it can respond in a variety of ways afterward.

What’s Causing Your Low Sex Drive?

Here are some of the more common libido-busters faced by men and women, along with links to help you learn more.

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Peyronie’s Disease a Concern for Men with Dupuytren’s Contracture

A recent Sexual Medicine study found that men with Dupuytren’s contracture may be at risk of developing Peyronie’s disease.

Non-Standard Work Shifts Might Affect Sexual Health

Three new studies have found that low testosterone levels, poor sperm quality, and urinary problems are common in men who work non-standard shifts, especially those who also have shift work sleep disorder (SWSD).

Sleep Important for Older Women’s Sexual Health

Getting enough sleep is an essential part of a healthy lifestyle. New research suggests that for older women, it’s important for their sexual function, too.