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Sex addicts feel threatened by intimacy and are more insecure about romantic relationships than the rest of the population, a New Zealand study has found.
2010/12/18
The U.S. generation that promoted free love in the 1960s has grown old and cranky about sex.
2010/11/24
A daily dose of an oral antiretroviral drug reduced the number of HIV infections among sexually active gay men by 44 percent, a U.S. study carried out on four continents said Tuesday.
2010/11/24
The mounting stress in life has caused as high as 70 percent of male adults in Taiwan to feel that they are not up to a decent performance in bed while around 66 percent of females expressed dissatisfaction with their sex life, according to a survey released yesterday.
2010/9/4
When is the right time to talk to your children about sex? An increasing number of Chinese parents, most of whom belong to the post-80s generation, choose to pay for a professional answer.
2010/8/19
U.S. health officials on Friday approved a new, longer-lasting “morning-after” pill to prevent pregnancy after unprotected sex.
2010/8/15
Obese women are likelier to neglect contraception, obese men are more prone to impotence and both are far less sexually active than counterparts of normal weight, a study said on Wednesday.
2010/6/17
The syphilis epidemic has begun to take its toll in China, with the number of new infections increasing by 30 percent each year.
2010/6/13
One child was born with syphilis every hour in China in 2008, researchers said Thursday, as new money from the country's growing economy fuels the world's fastest-growing epidemic of the disease.
2010/5/7
More U.S. babies are being born with syphilis, many of them to women in the South who use crack cocaine and work in the sex trade, according to a U.S. government report released on Thursday.
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