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Sexual Health (INACTIVE)

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  • Seniors' sex lives are up — and so are STD rates

    Seniors' sex lives are up — and so are STD rates
    Across the nation, and especially in the Sunshine State, the free-love generation is continuing to enjoy an active — if not always healthy — sex life. At a stage in life when many would expect sexually transmitted diseases to be waning,...
  • Billboards that highlight black abortion disparity spark debate

    Billboards that highlight black abortion disparity spark debate
    When a Texas minister came to Chicago last month to launch a controversial anti-abortion billboard campaign, he highlighted a statistic that some people found shocking. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, black women account...
  • Sex ed hits the road

    Sex ed hits the road
    Jackie Gill stood confidently at the front of the classroom, her PowerPoint presentation cued and ready to go with slides of hormones, sperm and fallopian tubes. "Boys and girls, are you excited that I'm here today?" she asked the giggling seventh-...
  • Pantry raid

  • Savage Love: Here's to You, Mrs. Robinson

    I’m a 41-year-old, very attractive, happily married woman. My husband and I have been together for 15 years. When we first met, the sex was absolutely incredible. After we got married, the sex was good, not great. This was because we were busy...
  • Indiana abortion law stirs divide on women's access

    Indiana abortion law stirs divide on women's access
    INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Supporters and opponents of Indiana's new law eliminating Medicaid funding for abortion providers have painted starkly different pictures of Medicaid recipients' options for finding birth control, cancer screening and other...
  • NUVO magazine's nude photo causing controversy

    NUVO magazine's nude photo causing controversy
    A nude photo inside of an alternative Indianapolis magazine has some Hoosiers upset. The spread hit the free newsstands Wednesday as part of NUVO's effort to move to be a more theme-styled magazine. This week's theme is "Sex Indiana Style." "The point...
  • Online Dish: Female Lawmakers Want to Make it "Harder" For Men to Get Their Wingman...Viagra

    Online Dish: Female Lawmakers Want to Make it "Harder" For Men to Get Their Wingman...Viagra
    It's on! A true battle of the sexes between lawmakers. Women across the country are uniting, standing up to their anti-choice colleagues by introducing new amendments that would subject men and their BFFs to go through the same scrutiny as our "Virginias"...
  • Study: Exercise provides women same effect as sex

    Study: Exercise provides women same effect as sex
    A first of its kind Indiana University study finds there is alternative to a great love life: exercising! IU researchers find women experience pleasure when doing specific exercises. Core workouts prove to be the most beneficial. The co-director of...
  • Sex Week to be most provocative yet

    Sex Week to be most provocative yet
    Northwestern University's college feminists are set to launch their sixth-annual Sex Week on Monday, April 9.  The annual week-long event is aimed at sparking conversations about sex and sexuality among students. This year's line-up features a diverse...
  • Birth control may affect long-term relationships

    Birth control may affect long-term relationships
    A recent study shows that women with lower testosterone levels - typically caused by the use of hormone-based oral contraceptives like the pill - are more attracted to men who also have low testosterone levels. Previous studies have shown that the less...
  • Dr. Eric Braverman

    Dr. Eric Braverman
    In the year 1975, I had my first job at the Princeton Brain Bio-Center. I was assigned the important task of helping Dr. Carl Phiffer to write a book, "Zinc and Other micro-Nutrients". When I wrote this book, it was considered that Lead was safe at 80...