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Sex and Intimacy

Touch and orgasm releases oxytocin, a hormone that helps people bond emotionally with their partners.

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Sex and self-esteem

Improving self-esteem is just one of 237 reasons people have sex, according to researchers at the University of Texas at Austin.

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Sex and Cardiovascular Health

Sex can be good for your cardiovascular health. Sex gets your heart beating and your blood pumping. And many consider sex to be another fun form of exercise.

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Sex and Burning Calories

Sex can be great exercise and burns a number of calories. Sources place that number between 85 and 250 for a half hour of sex. But it could be even more. A lot depends on the individual.

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Sex Boosts Immunity

Can having sex regularly really fight off the common cold? It’s possible. Sex might help out our immune systems and keep us from getting sick.

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Sex and Stress

Sex can be an effective stress-reliever. How do we know? Studies are giving us some important insights.

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Sex Headaches

Some people get headaches from sexual activity. The most common kind of sex headache is a sudden, stabbing pain that happens just after orgasm.

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ED Drugs

Men can take erectile dysfunction (ED) medications by mouth, by self-injection, or by using suppositories.

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Penis Enlargement: Reasons & Risks

Many men wonder if their penis is large enough to satisfy their partners. A typical penis measures between 3 and 4 inches when flaccid and between 5 and 7 inches when erect.

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HPV/Cervical Cancer

HPV (human papillomavirus) is responsible for about 99% of cervical cancers, according to the National Cervical Cancer Coalition.

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