LGBT Patients Find Little Patience in Healthcare
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgendered ( LGBT ) Americans are gaining more recognition and acceptance in the public eye. Yet many still have limited access to health care services.
HPV Shots Empower the Community
One of the benefits of immunization is that a large enough population of vaccinated individuals can often provide protection even for those not vaccinated in the community.
Sexual Confusion Can Lead to the Bottle
Young adults are exploring their sexuality more than ever. And for some, indecision may put their lives at risk.
Psychological aspects of Impotence
Why erectile dysfunction? Why now? One index of recent preoccupation with erectile dysfunction is the increased number of television and other ads by the pharmaceutical industry.
Alcohol, Drugs Don’t Impact Sperm Quality
Couples who face fertility problems should heed the latest fertility news: A man’s drinking and smoking habits and other lifestyle factors do not appear to be linked to a man’s swimming sperm count.
Docs Not Hot on HPV Vaccines
Let's call a spade a spade. Since it was first introduced, the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine has been mired in controversy. For a different perspective of the topic, researchers asked doctors what they thought about these shots.
Better Sleep Means Better Sex
For any men out there who have waited to get their sleep apnea diagnosed or treated, here's one reason to do so that's hard to ignore: your sex life will get better.
COPD Limits Sex
Having sex can be quite the workout. It can take the wind right out of you. If you have chronic obstructive pulmonary disease ( COPD ), shortness of breath might be an even bigger problem during sex.
Potential for Hormone-Free Male "Pill"
Wouldn't it be nice to have a male contraceptive pill without side effects? No such drug is in development yet, but a recent genetic discovery has shown it's possible.
Questions Gynecologists Should be Asking
Men discuss sexual dysfunction with their doctors, so why not women? Many obstetricians/gynecologists may not ask about a how a patient’s sex life is going.