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STD Tests for the Elderly

May 04, 2011

Have you heard that the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) is considering paying for STD screenings for elderly Americans?

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HPV and Men

Apr 06, 2011

Should men be concerned about HPV? The short answer is yes. HPV is a sexually transmitted infection that affects both men and women. You might have heard a lot about how HPV can cause cervical cancer (and other types of cancer) in women. But HPV can be serious for men, too.

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Treating Sex Addiction

Mar 23, 2011

Mention sex addiction and there’s bound to be a debate. Some people feel that it’s an illness. Others feel it’s just an excuse for promiscuous behavior.

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Discussing Sex With Adolescents

Mar 09, 2011

Think back to how you learned about sex as an adolescent. Did one of your parents sit you down and have “the big talk”? Did they lecture? Did they ignore the subject altogether?

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STDs and Safe Sex

Feb 23, 2011

New relationships are exciting. It’s fun getting to know a new partner and romance brings out a wide variety of emotions and physical feelings. Don’t forget to talk about sexually transmitted diseases (STDs)!

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ED and Sexual Enhancement Products

Feb 09, 2011

You’ve probably seen them advertised on TV or the Internet – sexual enhancement formulas that claim to treat erectile dysfunction (ED).

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Options for Treating Peyronie’s Disease

Jan 26, 2011

If you or your partner have Peyronie’s disease, or penile curvature, you might feel anxious about your treatment options, especially if you need surgery. How do you know if surgery is right for you? What surgical options are available? And what are the common side effects?

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Looking at HSDD

Jan 12, 2011

As we begin 2011, let’s look at an issue facing many women these days – hypoactive sexual desire disorder (HSDD), a decrease or absence of sexual desire or fantasies that causes a woman personal distress.

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Should You Have the PSA Test?

Dec 07, 2010

The PSA test is a simple blood test used to screen for prostate cancer. It’s commonly used in conjunction with a digital rectal exam, or DRE. There have been questions about its accuracy, its reliability, and whether it’s even necessary. Should you have it? And if so, what do you need to know beforehand?

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Discussing Erectile Dysfunction With Your Partner

Nov 23, 2010

It's not always easy to talk about sex with your partner, especially when you're having difficulties like erectile dysfunction (ED). You might feel nervous or awkward and wonder how your partner will respond to something so personal. It's natural to feel this way.

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