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Poor Health and Lack of Communication Related to Low Sexual Interest, Study Says

Nov 28, 2017

Why might people lose interest in sex? Recently, scientists provided their insights in the journal BMJ Open, and their findings differed somewhat for British men and women.

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Sexual Incontinence Needs Attention, Researchers Say

Nov 21, 2017

Sexual incontinence – urine leakage during sexual activities – can be treated effectively, but many people aren’t aware of their options, a new study suggests.

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Men May Fracture Penis During “Doggy Style” Sex

Nov 14, 2017

Which sexual positions are more likely to cause a penis fracture? According to new research published in the International Journal of Impotence Research, the “doggy style” and man-on-top positions are the most concerning.

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What Happens in Women’s Brains During Orgasm?

Nov 07, 2017

Certain parts of the brain reach “peak levels of activity” when women have orgasms, a team of Rutgers University scientists report.

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Breast Cancer Has Sexual Impact on Both Survivors and Partners

Oct 31, 2017

Scientists estimate that between 45% and 77% of breast cancer survivors develop sexual problems. New research suggests that their partners are also affected sexually.

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Vaginal Estrogen Could Be a Menopause Management Option for Women with Breast Cancer

Oct 24, 2017

Vaginal estrogen might be an appropriate way to treat menopausal symptoms in some women with a history of breast cancer, according to a Committee Opinion statement from the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG).

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Scientists Explore Web-Based Educational Tools for Young Adults with Cancer

Oct 17, 2017

Adolescents and young adults with cancer could benefit from a web-based tool that helps them learn about sexuality and fertility, new research reports.

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Prescriptions Too Costly for Many Cancer Survivors

Oct 09, 2017

Cancer survivors in the United States are more likely to leave their prescriptions unfilled than those without cancer, new research shows. The main reason? Cost.

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Women With Overactive Bladder (OAB) at Higher Risk for Sexual Dysfunction

Oct 02, 2017

Women with overactive bladder (OAB) are prone to having sexual problems, scientists say. And for postmenopausal women, the severity of those problems is connected to the severity of their OAB.

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More Sex Might Mean More Brain Power in Older Adults

Sep 26, 2017

Staying sexually active later in life may help preserve adults’ cognitive abilities, new research suggests. And it appears that having sex frequently is better for the brain.

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