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Seductive chemicals are hidden in sloppy kisses, scientists say, but even the most chaste caress can spark an intense hormonal response.
2009/2/15
Researchers say they have developed a cream that might prevent herpes infection for as long as a week — a potentially big step in protecting women from the sexually transmitted infection.
2009/1/23
Young gay people whose parents or guardians responded negatively when they revealed their sexual orientation were more likely to attempt suicide, experience severe depression and use drugs than those whose families accepted the news, according to a new study.
2008/12/30
Women who suspect a man of having sex on the brain should listen out for a sneeze, as a pair of British doctors say that sneezing may be a sign of arousal.
2008/12/21
Female Health Co’s new, potentially less costly version of its female condom, won crucial backing from a U.S. Food and Drug Administration advisory panel on Thursday.
2008/12/13
A new, potentially less expensive version of the female condom faces U.S. regulatory review this week when a Food and Drug Administration advisory panel weighs whether they adequately prevent pregnancy, HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases.
2008/12/11
Condoms can help support the healing process of viral infections that affect the cervix, according to the Munich-based professional association for German gynecologists.
2008/11/11
Sex was more satisfying for women who used a testosterone skin patch, a study found.
2008/11/7
Although men are at high risk of acquiring human papillomavirus (HPV) infections, most last no more than a year, about the same time this sexually transmitted disease persists in women, researchers report in The Journal of Infectious Diseases.
2008/10/13
Heated car seats reduce fertility in men, according to German researchers. The researchers at the University of Giessen have discovered that just one hour of sitting in a heated car seat can cause a testicular temperature spike of up to 39.7 Celsius (or 103 Fahrenheit).
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