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Vaginal Orgasm is Best According to New Study

( -- A new study by Stuart Brody and Petr Weiss suggests vaginal orgasm is best and that sex education and medical approaches might undervalue its benefits. It also asserted the major factors in achieving vaginal ...

dateSep 17, 2009 in Other weblog
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Teen sex not always bad for school performance

(AP) -- There's good news for parents who worry that their teenagers' sex lives are affecting their school performance: A provocative new study has found that teens in committed relationships do no better or worse in school ...

dateAug 15, 2010 in Other
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Male wolf spiders cannibalize females

( -- While most people are familiar with the fact that many species of female spiders eat their male counterparts, new research findings published in the Biological Journal of the Linnean Society show how biologists ...

dateApr 13, 2011 in Plants & Animals report
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Study finds no consensus in definitions of 'had sex'

When people say they "had sex," what transpired is anyone's guess. A new study from the Kinsey Institute at Indiana University found that no uniform consensus existed when a representative sample of 18- to 96-year-olds was ...

dateMar 04, 2010 in Health
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US teens, young adults 'doing it' less, study says

Fewer teens and young adults are having sex, a government survey shows, and theories abound for why they're doing it less. Experts say this generation may be more cautious than their predecessors, more aware of sexually spread ...

dateMar 03, 2011 in Health
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Sex addiction -- is it real?

Addicts call it a God-sized hole, a hollowness in the soul. It leaks no matter how much they try to fill it -- and at what cost. For years, George filled his emptiness with pornography, erotic massage and, eventually, sex ...

dateApr 15, 2010 in Health
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Testosterone does not induce aggression

New scientific evidence refutes the preconception that testosterone causes aggressive, egocentric, and risky behavior. A study at the Universities of Zurich and Royal Holloway London with more than 120 experimental subjects ...

dateDec 08, 2009 in Neuroscience
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