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The New York City Health Department reports that the residents of New York City practice unsafe sex, which is a cause of disease and more health and family problems. The department tries to promote more contraseption use when practicing sex. However, is the the contraseption use that is lacking or the discipline and the responsibility?
New Yorkers are not practicing safe sex, which affects the disease and sexual health situation in the city. Reports shows that they need to have a fewer partners and more condomns. We say no sex outside of marriage.
In the United States alone, approximately three-and-a-half million women have abnormal Pap smear tests each year. More than a third of these women develop cervical dysplasia, also known as Cervical Intraepithelial Neoplasia (CIN), a condition caused by the sexually transmitted Human Papilloma Virus (HPV).
Women who fear they are sexually dysfunctional will be relieved by the preliminary results of a new study that demonstrates that effective pelvic floor exercises can help women improve their sex lives.
A new review has found that the hormonal pill mifepristone is the most effective emergency contraception method to prevent unwanted pregnancy. In the United States, however, the drug has not gained government approval for this use.
With emergency contraception, women use hormonal pills or a copper intrauterine device to prevent pregnancy after unprotected intercourse. These methods are used after sex but before pregnancy occurs.
Congresswoman Stephanie Tubbs Jones introduced a bi-partisan resolution urging the House of Representatives to focus greater attention on activities related to the prevention, screening and treatment of sexually transmitted diseases (STD).
Seven in ten girls are likely to be vaccinated against the human papillomavirus (HPV) when national UK vaccination programme comes into effect.
Health Canada is advising consumers not to use the Power 1 Walnut sexual enhancement product due to concerns about possible side-effects.
Study showed that women can judge if a man is looking for a short-term or long-term sexual relationship just taking a look at man's face. Men can also judge woman's sexual intentions, but they are less successful in guessing than man.
A study by Universities of Aberdeen, St Andrews, and Durham is the first one to show the link between the way people look and their sexual attitude. There are also other studies showing that face can tell a lot about a person.
A new clinical trial for tenofovir topical gel suggests that a vaginal microbicide that incorporates an antiretroviral (ARV) drug normally used for HIV treatment is safe for sexually active HIV-negative women to use every day over an extended period.
Same-sex couples are just as committed in their romantic relationships as heterosexual couples.
President Bush's attempt to reinstate a ban on city funding for needle-exchange programs in Washington, D.C.
HIV/AIDS advocates called on Jamaican authorities to scale up their efforts to protect men who have sex with men, as well as women who have sex with women.
In the first study to directly compare a contraceptive vaginal ring and skin patch, more women indicated overall satisfaction with the vaginal ring, researchers report in the current issue of Obstetrics and Gynecology.
Sexuality does not end when a person experiences the effects of a spinal cord injury. Issues of meeting potential partners, building self confidences and enhancing sexual function are an essential part of adjusting to life after an injury. Many physical and emotional changes take place during the rehabilitation process and the matter of being able to perform sexually usually becomes an issue of importance. The truth is that as time passes, those with spinal cord injury find a greater appreciation for sexuality and many will move on to find greater emotional closeness with their partner.
Sexually active gay men are many times more likely than others to acquire a new, highly antibiotic-resistant strain of MRSA bacteria.
A sense of personal control over sexual behaviors strongly influences Latina women's decisions of when to first engage in sex.
Pacific Magazine profiled the Oceania Society for Sexual Health and HIV Medicine.