Gonorrhea is a sexually transmitted disease (STD) also known by the name the clap. According to the latest CDC report, about 468,514 cases of gonorrhea were reported in 2016 which accounts for 145.8 cases of the STD per 100,000 population. The incidence of gonorrhea increased by 13.8% in … Read the full article
Why have sex? If you can think only of three reasons why people have sex, you might be thinking of these three: love, pleasure, and procreation. Surprisingly, there are as many as two hundred reasons why people engage in sex.
A study in 2010 found that modern people engage in … Read the full article
Being sexually active has both pros and cons. It helps strengthen the bond that you and your partner share, and it can get you in a better mood. In addition, it contributes to keeping your heart strong and healthy, allowing you to live a happier and more fulfilling life. While … Read the full article
While sex is something that happens almost every day at the beginning of a relationship, it is an activity that often becomes less part of a relationship the longer two people are together. This is quite unfortunate, especially when you consider the intimate connection that two people share during sexual … Read the full article
A lot of you have probably often heard adults and doctors say that the most effective way to keep yourself free of any sexually transmitted disease, or STD, is by not having sexual intercourse. It makes sense, because if you do not have sex, there is zero chance that these … Read the full article
Various daily activities such as working out in the gym, healthy diet and adequate sleep can work wonders for sexual health. Studies show evidence that healthy lifestyle habits have a direct link to your overall bedroom performance, but these are just some of the factors.
If you are using any … Read the full article
Is there a lack of “spark” in the bedroom or the urge to engage in sexual activity seems to be “low”? Most men consider this a low point in their lives and low libido might be one of the culprits.
It is relatively normal to lose interest in sex from … Read the full article
Coronary artery disease is one of the most prevalent causes of impotence. When you have coronary artery disease, the blood vessel delivering blood to your heart is damaged and malfunctioning. This eventually leads to heart diseases, and it can even cause impotence due to weak penile blood flow.
Your risks … Read the full article