Teens aren’t using digital sexual behavior as a safer alternative to real-world sex, a study finds
Getting turned on overrides women’s natural disgust response, a study suggests, making them more willing to do things they otherwise wouldn’t
An increasing number of pregnant parents are opting to throw parties, complete with pink or blue cakes and party favors, to let others know what gender baby to expect while they’re expecting.
When she says no, the bottle beckons more brightly — for men and for fruit flies, according to a new study that found that male flies that had been repeatedly spurned by females were more likely to turn to alcohol to …
Teens who received sex-ed instruction in school waited longer to have sex than those who hadn’t learned about abstinence and contraception.
If you’re a social media junkie, you likely share plenty of your personal life online already. But are you “checking in” when you have sex?
Studies suggesting that the practice of yoga arouses the libido have been cited to explain why so many gurus are embroiled in sex scandals. But is that really what’s going on?
An orgasm has now been imaged in 3D video in the brain as it happens — and for possibly the first time in the history of science, women came first.
(Updated) Teen birth rates are eight times higher in the U.S. than in Holland. Abortion rates are twice as high. The American AIDS rate is three times greater than that of the Dutch. What are they doing right that we’re not?
We’re back with three great topics this week: research showing dietary supplements are linked to a higher risk of early death; evidence that the internet might actually be useful in teaching teens healthy sexual behavior; and new …
Good news and bad for women who take the pill: new research finds that those who meet their partners while taking oral contraceptives report less sexual satisfaction in their relationships — but they’re also less likely to split up.
A new study seeks to predict the chances of sexual dysfunction in patients who are treated for prostate cancer — a key question for many men facing the disease.