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Multiple Drug Use Raises Infection Risk for 'Swinging' Couples

Multiple drug use put couples who "swing" at increased risk for sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), a new study shows.
Sleep Apnea Gear Doesn't Squelch Sex Life, Study Says

Your sex life is unlikely to suffer because of sleep apnea treatment, according to a new study.
As U.S. Economy Worsened, Vasectomy Rates Rose, Study Finds

During the recent "Great Recession," worries about the cost of raising children in an uncertain job market may have spurred an uptick in vasectomies, a new study suggests.
'Desensitized' Parents Let Kids Watch More Movie Violence, Sex

When parents become desensitized to violence and sex in movies, they may also become more lax about their children's exposure to both onscreen, a new study suggests.
Circumcision Past Newborn Stage Poses Risk for Boys, Study Finds

Circumcision is typically done in the first days or weeks of life, but about 6 percent of U.S. boys have the procedure later, which increases the risk of complications and increases costs, according to new research.
Teens Still Sending Naked Pictures Via Cellphone

A large number of American teens continue to send and receive sexual images on their cellphones -- a practice dubbed sexting, according to a new study.
Teen Girls May Face Greater Risk of Depression

Teen girls have more relationship-related stress than boys, which puts them at greater risk for depression, a new study finds.
Family Support Tied to Safer Sex for Young Gay Males: Study

Young gay and bisexual males are less likely to engage in riskier sex if their families are supportive of the way they live, a small new study reveals.
Peers Best at Convincing High-Risk Individuals to Get HIV Test: Study

The best way to get people at high risk for HIV tested for the AIDS-causing virus is to have other high-risk people do the convincing, a new study suggests.
Less Than Half of HIV-Positive U.S. Hispanics Are Getting Proper Care

Even though Hispanics in the United States become infected with HIV at rates triple those of whites, less than half of Hispanics with the virus are receiving adequate treatment, a new report finds.

 

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