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Mindfulness After Prostate Cancer Treatment

Mindfulness After Prostate Cancer Treatment

Medical treatments for long-term sexual problems after prostate cancer treatment can be effective, but some experts think adding other therapeutic approaches like mindfulness and acceptance may help even more.

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Women and Anal Intercourse

Women and Anal Intercourse

Over a third of women in the United States have had heterosexual anal intercourse, experts say. But what do they really think of it?

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Neurotic Men May Struggle More After Prostate Cancer Surgery

Neurotic Men May Struggle More After Prostate Cancer Surgery

How well a man recovers from prostate cancer surgery might depend on his personality, according to new research.

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One Course of Testicular Cancer Treatment Might Not Affect Sperm

One Course of Testicular Cancer Treatment Might Not Affect Sperm

Researchers have found that one course of chemotherapy or radiation for men with testicular cancer might not affect sperm that much.

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Treating Peyronie’s Disease Without Surgery

Treating Peyronie’s Disease Without Surgery

Treating Peyronie’s Disease Without Surgery

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FDA Issues Safety Labeling Changes for Addyi

FDA Issues Safety Labeling Changes for Addyi

The FDA has revised its warning on the interaction or Addyi and alcohol.

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Men, Protect Your Testicles!

Men, Protect Your Testicles!

Testicles are in a very vulnerable place, hanging down in the scrotum. That’s why it’s crucial for men to protect the area.

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Complications Linked to Breast Implants

Complications Linked to Breast Implants

Women should be aware of potential complications associated with silicone breast implants.

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Smell Disorders Linked to Lower Sex Drive

Smell Disorders Linked to Lower Sex Drive

Sex involves an interplay of all our senses. Sights, sounds, touches, and tastes can all spark sexual interest. But how about the sense of smell?

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Cancer is “a Relationship Disease”

Cancer is “a Relationship Disease”

Experts estimate that up to 90% of gynecologic cancer survivors develop sexual problems from illness and treatment. And often, their partners feel the effects, too.

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