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[8/1/2012] New Viviscal Research Shows Hair Loss at the Root of Women's ...

[7/31/2012] As a man's belt size increases, so does his risk of sexual an...

[7/27/2012] Study finds gaps in services for heterosexual men with HIV

[7/26/2012] Research links sexual imagery and consumer impatience

[7/26/2012] NIH-funded study finds high HIV infection rates among gay and bis...

[7/25/2012] Women with diabetes more likely to experience sexual dissatisfact...

[7/25/2012] Adolescent sexual behavior tied to motion picture sexual content ...

[7/24/2012] Survey Finds Big Drop in Sexual Activity Among Black Teens

[7/24/2012] Sexual Health Care Option For Post-Hysterectomy Patients

[7/19/2012] Kids' Sexual Behavior Influenced by Movie Scenes: Study

[7/18/2012] A study shows that men and women have the same sexual fantasies

[7/9/2012] Handlebar level can affect sexual health of female cyclists

[6/26/2012] Candeo Partners with Catholic Church Organization to Release New ...

[6/22/2012] Dr. Carol Francis Radio Talk Show Discusses Sexual Abuse as Relat...

[6/22/2012] SingleSource Background Screening Company Calls On Adults To Take...

[6/20/2012] A second victim comes forward in the sexual assault charges filed...

[6/13/2012] Sending sexually explicit photos by cell phone -- more common amo...

[6/12/2012] CPAP found to improve sexual function, satisfaction in men with s...

[5/28/2012] IU bisexuality studies focus on health, behavior and identity

[5/25/2012] 70 percent of women use contraceptives during their first sexual ...


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