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[3/19/2013] Sex between monogamous heterosexuals rarely source of hepatitis C...

[3/19/2013] Women's Excellence in Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy Near Pont...

[3/18/2013] Sexual function improves significantly after hip or knee replacem...

[3/13/2013] Many Teens Afraid to Intervene in Sexual Assault, Survey Finds

[3/10/2013] Study: HPV Genital Warts is Most Common Sexually Transmitted Infe...

[3/8/2013] Institutional betrayal magnifies post-trauma effects of unwanted ...

[3/7/2013] Study finds sexual health services for rural Latino men could be ...

[2/28/2013] New grant launches initiative to shift how LGBTQ sexuality is dis...

[2/27/2013] Cohabiting Same-Sex Couples Report Worse Health Than Married Hete...

[2/26/2013] Study: Same-sex cohabitors less healthy than those in heterosexua...

[2/23/2013] Columbus Center for Women’s Health Research is participating in a...

[2/11/2013] If Wife Earns More, Husband's Sexual Performance May Suffer: ...

[1/30/2013] Prostate cancer study tracks long-term urinary, sexual and bowel ...

[1/30/2013] Impotence Drug Cialis Might Have Other Sexual Benefits: Study

[1/28/2013] University of Tennessee researcher finds 'first time' cou...

[1/27/2013] Economic analysis finds penicillin, not "the pill," may...

[1/25/2013] Bisexual Women at Especially High Risk of Sexual Violence, CDC Sa...

[1/25/2013] New System of Feldenkrais Movements Revitalizes Sexual Experience

[1/24/2013] Adolescent sexual and reproductive health priorities identified

[1/23/2013] Condoms Don't Diminish Sexual Pleasure, Study Finds


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