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Online Test Brings Brain Science to Dating and Relationships

Own Brain Helps Singles Make Better Choices - A scientific test, now called BrainDesire, helps singles make better choices by tapping into their own brain for finding Mr Right or Ms Right.

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Study Looks at Bike Seats' Effect on Men's Pelvic Blood Flow

UIC researchers drew on expertise in engineering and radiology as well as urology to design a study looking at whether bike riding might lead to later erectile dysfunction by chronically cutting off blood flow to men’s genitals.

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New Study Finds Gay and Bisexual Men Have Varied Sexual Repertoires

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A new study found the sexual repertoire of gay men surprisingly diverse, suggesting a broader, less disease-focused perspective might be warranted by public health and medical practitioners in addressing the sexual health of gay and bisexual men.

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Couples Counseling Improves Sexual Intimacy after Prostate Treatment

Prostate cancer survivors and their partners experience improved sexual satisfaction and function after couples counseling, according to research at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. The article, published in the September issue of Cancer, a journal of the American Cancer Society, revealed both Internet-based sexual counseling and traditional sex therapy are equally effective in improving sexual outcomes. Couples on a waiting list for counseling did not improve.

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Increased Responsibility Could Lead to Decreased Sexual Activity Among Women

Researchers examined the relationships between married women’s autonomy and the time since most recent sexual intercourse and found that women’s position in their household may influence sexual activity.

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Cancer, Prostate Cancer, Erectile Dsyfunction, Men's Health, men and cancer, Brachytherapy, Radiation, Prostatectomy

Candid Discussion Regarding Sexuality Can Improve Quality Of Life For Prostate Cancer Survivors

Physicians are now better able to predict a man’s recovery of sexual function after prostate cancer treatment, making a conversation between doctor and patient an important part of pre-treatment planning, a Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center-led research team suggests.

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Men with Testicular Cancer Who Write Positively about the Experience Show Improved Mental Health

Men who channeled positive thoughts into a five-week writing assignment about their testicular cancer showed signs of improved mental health afterward, in contrast to men who wrote negatively or neutrally about their condition, according to results of a Baylor University pilot study.

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Protecting Adolescent Girls from Unwanted Unprotected Sex

Abuse and coercion lead to unwanted unprotected sex for adolescent girls.

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It's for the Grandkids! Research Finds Promiscuousness Results in Genetic 'Trade-Up,' More Offspring

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It's all about the grandkids! That's what a team led by an Indiana University biologist has learned about promiscuous female birds and why they mate outside their social pair.

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Sexual Health, Aging

Sexual Satisfaction Tied to "Succesful Aging" Say Women Over 60

A study by researchers at the Stein Institute for Research on Aging at the University of California, San Diego finds that successful aging and positive quality of life indicators correlate with sexual satisfaction in older women.







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