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Circumcision may help protect men from the AIDS virus but it does not protect the wives and female partners of infected men, researchers reported on Thursday.
Intensive professional cycling training damages sperm, according to a study presented at the annual conference of the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology in Amsterdam recently.
The Taipei city government Department of Health yesterday appealed to teenagersto use condoms during intercourse.
Having sex every day improves the quality of men's sperm and is recommended for couples trying to conceive, according to new research.
An experimental spray-on anesthetic may be the cure for many men suffering from premature ejaculation, increasing the time to orgasm more than six-fold, according to new findings to be presented this week.
Football star David Beckham and actors Sean Connery and Keanu Reeves were Saturday being illicitly used to promote a sex drug in an advert being shown on TV stations around China.
China on Sunday launched a national sex education campaign aimed at breaking traditional taboos and getting more people to seek treatment for sexually transmitted diseases and infertility.
Seductive chemicals are hidden in sloppy kisses, scientists say, but even the most chaste caress can spark an intense hormonal response.
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.
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.
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