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Men’s & Women’s Sexual Health
Research & Reports on STDs, Contraception, Fertility, Problems

Hello. Thanks for visiting our evolutionary philosophy of human sexuality pages. We are currently researching good quality sites relating to our biological and cultural sexual evolution – as a way of collecting and presenting the most important / latest knowledge and research.
Below you will find summaries of articles & websites on Men’s and Women’s Sexual Health, i.e. latest research on evolution and male / female sexuality, cultivation of a healthy mind and body, anatomy, love, creativity, sexual intercourse, orgasm, sexual desire, contraception, masturbation, pregnancy & reproductive issues, hormones, sexually transmitted diseases, cancer, impotence, infertility, sexual problems, exercise, drugs etc.
Compared with other search terms, ‘sexual health’ gets relatively few searches, though this number will likely increase over time as more people seek medical & health advice over the internet. Studies also suggest a rise in sexual dysfunction related to poor diet and sedentary western lifestyle.
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male sexual health (100), male health (100), male health problem (50), male teen health (20)
womens health (4,751), womens reproductive health (411), womens health magazine (228), womens sexual health (139), womens health issue (86), black womens health (83), womens health center (82), womens health problem (55), womens health research (53), womens health care (52), womens health network (51)
We hope you find the following articles & websites interesting, informative and useful.
Karene Jade Howie

On the Health Benefits of Sex

To paraphrase a great old slogan for Guinness beer: Sex isn’t just good, it’s good for you! The evidence is accumulating that the more sex you have, the better off you are.
Some potential benefits of sex are: easing depression and stress, relieving pain, boosting cardio health, countering prostate cancer, healing wounds and fighting aging.

What is Sexual Healing?

Dr. Deborah Taj Anapol is an intelligent sex practioner and educator who writes on sexual healing and creating positive sexual attitudes.
From her website: ‘Sexual healing encompasses three broad, interrelated categories of work.
1). Releasing genital armoring and regaining your capacity for pleasure.
2). Utilizing sexual energy to revitalize, rejuvenate, and heal the body.
3). Ending the war between men and women and learning to use our sexual energy effectively to nurture each other and experience a sense of unity with all of life.’

STD Education: A Medical, Cultural & Political Problem

Dangerous infections continue to spread through human sexual contact. This is especially disturbing since, with appropriate precautions, such infections can easily be avoided. At least one of them can be prevented by vaccination (Hepatitis B) and the others by safe sexual behaviour, such as the correct use of condoms.

Condom Information: Male, Female, Shapes & Sizes

Male CondomFrom the website: “Condoms are the only form of protection that can both help to stop the transmission of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) such as HIV and prevent pregnancy.”
Information on men’s and women’s condoms, size, types, effectiveness, where to buy, how to use, when to take off, how to persuade your partner etc.

Engender Health: Reproductive Health Resources

From the website: ‘EngenderHealth is an international nonprofit organization that has been working for 60 years to make reproductive health services safe and available for women and men worldwide. Based in New York City, we have 20 offices in the field, and more than 70% of our staff work in countries across Asia, Africa, and the Americas.’
Latest reports and online information on family planning, maternal, child and men’s health, STI’s, HIV, AIDS, sexuality and gender.

What is Candida? Symptoms, Causes, Treatment

From the website: ‘Candida is a naturally occurring yeast that is present in all our bodies and it is supposed to be there in balance with many other microorganisms. The problem begins when several factors in our lifestyle cause the Candida to grow in outstanding numbers and it overtakes all the other healthy microorganisms.’

IVF & Infertility: Georgia Reproductive Specialists

From the website: ‘It is the goal of our physicians and IVF laboratory team to provide you with the latest women’s healthcare innovations to address infertility, polycystic ovaries, endometriosis, and pelvic pain treatment.’
Includes FAQ page, Infertility Research Studies, IVF Patient Manual, Feedback & Testimonials.

Semen Collection from Sexual Intercourse not Masturbation: Methods for Artificial Reproduction

Although masturbation is the standard method for the collection of a sperm sample, both for diagnostic and therapeutic purposes, other approaches have been described and assessed. Production of semen using specially designed condoms (Silastic seminal fluid collection device – SCD) has been shown to result in samples with better laboratory characteristics than samples obtained after masturbation or coitus interruptus.

Interactive Human Skeleton & Mind

Interactive games with the human body – build a skeleton, stretch some muscles, organise the organs, see how the body changes during puberty. Take a psychological test to see what personality type you are, your brain sex or memory strength.

Australian Study of Sexual Health and Relationships

The Australian Study of Health and Relationships surveyed the sexual health behaviours of Australians. The sample consisted of 10,000 men and 9,000 women.
The study found the age of first sexual intercourse has been declining for the last fifty years, the age of getting married is rising, sexually transmissible infections appear relatively common, people who identify as gay, lesbian or bisexual is small, but those reporting a homosexual experience is considerable greater.

Arousal in Women, Viagra & Erotica: ‘All in the Mind’

Scientists have concluded that women achieve most sexual satisfaction through the stimulation of their brain and not any other organ. After eight years of tests involving 3,000 women, Pfizer, the company behind Viagra, the little blue pill that has transformed men’s sex lives, has abandoned efforts to prove that the drug works for females too.
Studies found that even though Viagra induced a greater pelvic blood flow in women, they did not feel substantially more aroused.

Male & Female Sexual Problems: Mind & Body

From the website: ‘Sexual problems are defined as difficulty during any stage of the sexual act (which includes desire, arousal, orgasm, and resolution) that prevents the individual or couple from enjoying sexual activity. The causes of sexual difficulties can be physical, psychological, or both.
Emotional factors affecting sex include both interpersonal problems (e.g. marital or relationship problems, lack of trust and communication between partners) and psychological problems within the individual (depression, sexual fears, guilt, past trauma).
Physical factors contributing to sexual problems include drugs, back injuries, enlarged prostate gland, nerve damage, disease, failure of various organs, endocrine disorders and hormonal deficiencies.’

A Positive Study of Human Sexuality at Midlife

The AARP study conducted in 2004 surveyed a nationally representative group of adults ages 45 and older to measure attitudes and other factors affecting their sexuality and quality of life.
For more than half of the respondents, sexual activity is a critical part of a good relationship and an important factor affecting their quality of life. A vast majority of mid-life to older adults shows a positive attitude toward sex. The proportion of men who’ve tried potency enhancing medicines, hormones, or other treatments has doubled since 1999.

Sexual Health: An Active Sex Life in Later Years

As we grow older, many of us want to continue an active, satisfying sex life. But the aging process may cause some changes which affect one’s ability to have and enjoy sex with another person.
There are several things you can do: Remember that sex does not have to include intercourse. Make your partner a high priority. Try different positions and new times, like having sex in the morning when you both may have more energy. Don’t hurry – you or your partner may need to spend more time touching to become fully aroused. Masturbation is a sexual activity that many older people find satisfying.

Study of Aging in Men & Hormones: Decrease in Sexual Desire, Arousal & Activity

Few studies have assessed the role of pituitary and gonadal hormones on age related changes in sexual behavior in healthy men. We conducted an evaluation of sexual function and behavior in 77 healthy married men aged 45 – 74 years.
Significant age related decreases in sexual desire, sexual arousal and activity, and increases in erectile problems were noted.

Lifestyle Changes Can Improve Erectile Dysfunction

A study reports that erectile dysfunction is significantly and independently associated with age, cardiovascular disease, diabetes and lack of physical activity.
As many as 18 million men may be affected with erectile dysfunction in the United States. The recent development of effective oral medications to treat erectile dysfunction has raised awareness, however lifestyle changes such as exercise and nutrition may prevent erectile function.

Want a Good Sex Life in Later Life? Watch your Health

A study from Harvard Health Professionals shows that chronic illness and the medications used to treat them account for many of the sexual problems of older men. Sexual dysfunction is most prevalent in men with illnesses such as diabetes, hypertension, heart disease, stroke and depression. ‘The secret to preserving sexuality is to stay healthy and to build healthy relationships – and both require a series of wise choices throughout life.’ (Harvey B. Simon, M.D.)


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Analyse any human emotion, no matter how far it may be removed from the sphere of sex, and you are sure to discover somewhere the primal impulse, to which life owes its perpetuation.Analyse any human emotion, no matter how far it may be removed from the sphere of sex, and you are sure to discover somewhere the primal impulse, to which life owes its perpetuation. … The primitive stages can always be re-established; the primitive mind is, in the fullest meaning of the word, imperishable. … Mans most disagreeable habits and idiosyncrasies, his deceit, his cowardice, his lack of reverence, are engendered by his incomplete adjustment to a complicated civilisation. It is the result of the conflict between our instincts and our culture. (Sigmund Freud)



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