Sex Disorder News

Date Posted
Article Title
4/5/2007
Chlamydia Screening Programs Don't Work: Expert

There's no evidence these efforts reduce infection rates, Swiss scientist says

3/29/2007
Cervical Cancer Vaccine Continues to Spark Debate

Most agree that Gardasil is effective, but should its use be compulsory?

3/21/2007
Brain Defect Tied to Diabetes-Related Erectile Dysfunction

Study in rats may help lead to improved treatments, researchers say

2/23/2007
Circumcision May Help Protect Against HIV

Study in African men shows a 53% reduction in infection

2/22/2007
It Pays to Be Picky in Love

Speed-dating singles who liked everyone were rejected as 'desperate,' study found

2/12/2007
A Valentine to the Lovelorn

Romance experts offer tips to make sure next year's holiday is sweeter, sexier

2/1/2007
Erectile Dysfunction Affects 18 Million U.S. Men

Lifestyle changes could help reduce the problem, experts say

1/30/2007
Topical Spray May Treat Premature Ejaculation

Applied to penis, it contains anesthetic medications, researchers say

1/24/2007
Erectile Dysfunction Drugs Safe, Effective for Diabetic Men

Researchers looked over data on Cialis, Levitra and Viagra

11/30/2006
Contraception Driving U.S. Decline in Teen Pregnancies

Study finds abstinence is also playing a minor, but important, role

11/6/2006
Most Americans Favor Comprehensive Sex Education

80 percent believe instruction should include abstinence plus other methods

9/8/2006
New Drug Treats Premature Ejaculation

But FDA approval is unlikely, one expert says

8/23/2006
Teens Neglect Condom Use in 'Serious' Relationships

Young people underestimate STD risk from steady partners, researchers say

8/22/2006
U.S. Herpes Cases on the Decline

10-year drop was sharpest among teens, researchers say

8/10/2006
Over 3 Percent of U.S. Teens Have Traded Sex for Money, Drugs

Researchers say this statistic may underestimate real prevalence

8/10/2006
Many Teens Don't Use Condoms Correctly

U.K. study suggests more education is needed to protect kids

8/8/2006
Successful Anti-HIV Program Targets Hispanic Teens

Pilot project focused on abstinence, condom use

7/28/2006
Patient's Sexuality May Have Impact on Care

More lesbians than gay men say disclosure led to poorer treatment, survey finds

7/7/2006
Sex in Late Pregnancy Won't Bring On Labor

Study finds no support for the widely held notion

7/6/2006
Depressed Teens at Higher Risk for Pregnancy, STDs

They're more likely to forego condoms or contraceptives, study finds

7/6/2006
Many Young Rape Victims Fail to Take HIV-Preventing Drugs

Just 15% took the full regimen as recommended by doctors

6/27/2006
Testosterone Offers Women Benefits, Risks

Higher levels may boost sexual function, but increase heart trouble, studies find

6/21/2006
Vasectomy Reversals May Raise Birth Defect Risk

Early study shows more chromosomal abnormalities in sperm after these procedures

6/16/2006
Men Assume Sexual Interest When There May Be None

Researchers hope findings can curb sexual harassment, even date rape

6/9/2006
Teen Girls Feel Pressure to Have Unwanted Sex

Four out of 10 said they've complied with boyfriends' demands

6/1/2006
Drug Use a Factor in Two-Thirds of Sexual Assaults

'Date-rape' drugs play role in about 5% of cases, study finds

5/25/2006
Chlamydia May Pose Less Risk Than Thought

Study finds lower rate of infection-linked complications

5/9/2006
College Freshmen at High Chlamydia Risk

They're at much higher odds than older classmates, study finds

4/27/2006
Effects of Any 'Male Pill' Should Be Reversible

Study shows fertility would return after use is discontinued

4/19/2006
Sexual Equality May Bring Better Sex

Satisfaction in the bedroom is lower in male-dominated societies, study finds

3/23/2006
Smokers At Higher Risk for Erectile Dysfunction

Pack-a-day habit boosts odds by nearly 40 percent, study finds

3/17/2006
Hysterectomy Can Lower Sexual Desire

Surgery involving removal of ovaries may also decrease sexual pleasure, researchers add

3/2/2006
Statin Drugs Might Help Fight Impotence

For some, Lipitor plus Viagra worked better than Viagra alone, study found

1/3/2006
Libido Problems Linked to the Pill May Be Long-Term

Pill's effect on testosterone may not end when pill use does, study finds

12/22/2005
Not-So-Friendly Skies Harming Flight Attendants' Health

Sexual harassment from passengers affects a worker's well-being, study finds

11/30/2005
Creative Spark Fuels Active Sex Life

Artists, writers are busier in the bedroom than others, study finds

10/17/2005
Slimming Down Heats Up Sex Lives

For the obese, losing weight can have romantic rewards, study finds

9/29/2005
Married Women Report More Sexual Woes Than Singles

But new U.K. survey finds the opposite is true for men

9/6/2005
Many Male Teens Fatalistic About Unplanned Pregnancy

In study, majority said they don't intend to impregnate -- but it may happen anyway

8/31/2005
Birth Control Pill Relieves Severe PMS

New contraceptive brings relief similar to antidepressants, study finds

7/29/2005
My Genes Love Your Genes

Common DNA may bring unrelated individuals together, study suggests

7/26/2005
Scientists Unlock Herpes Virus' Defenses

Discovery could bring effective treatments, but more study needed

7/15/2005
Many Women Uninformed About Cervical Cancer

Just 23 percent know a virus causes the disease, survey finds

7/5/2005
Experts: Test All Pregnant Women for HIV

Federal panel issues updated guidelines on screening for the virus

6/30/2005
Condom Label Flap Stirs Controversy

Health experts counter conservatives over effectiveness against STDs

6/8/2005
Web-Based Home STD Tests Can Work

One-third of women successfully used free kits, study found

6/1/2005
Viagra May Raise STD Risks in Gay Men

But there's debate over whether the drug is to blame

5/24/2005
Erectile Trouble May Signal Heart Disease

Studies suggest men with ED get checked for vascular problems

5/23/2005
Topical Cream Helps Women With Arousal Disorder

Highest dose of Femprox improved arousal by more than 50%

5/23/2005
Drunkeness Triples College Kids' Auto Injury Risk

It also greatly raises risks for falls, sexual abuse, study finds