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10 Fears That Keep Women from Having Amazing Sex

10 Fears That Keep Women from Having Amazing Sex

Having lots of sex isn't just fun—it also has health benefits like soothing stress, boosting immunity, and maybe even extending your lifespan. But for some of us, doing the deed can be a source of guilt, fear, or anxiety. That's why Superdrug Online Doctor, a London-based telemedicine company, conducted a survey of 2,000

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Patrick Dempsey

Patrick Dempsey: Saving My Marriage Took Hard Work and ‘Lots of Sex’

Even McDreamy has faced his share of relationship problems. In a recent interview featured on the new streaming channel PEN: People/Entertainment Weekly Network, Patrick Dempsey opened up about his marriage struggles. In January 2015, Dempsey's wife, makeup artist Jillian, filed for divorce. But the actor, who stars in Bridget Jones's Baby (in theaters

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Masturbation Reasons

6 Reasons Masturbating Should Be Part of Your Self-Care Routine

In case you hadn't heard, it's totally normal and healthy to masturbate—and yet, many women shy away from solo sessions, according to an Indiana University, Bloomington study. If you're one of those women, you're missing out on more than just orgasms on demand. Here's why you should take matters into your own hands—literally: It can

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For Many Women, Sex Gets Better in Middle Age

WEDNESDAY, Oct. 5, 2016 (HealthDay News) — Here's good news for middle-aged women who fear their sexual satisfaction is destined to decline: Aging can provide benefits that might make lovemaking even more enjoyable, a small study suggests. Interviews with more than three dozen women ages 45 to 60 revealed that some

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5 Ways to Boost Your Libido

If you’ve been having trouble getting “in the mood” and the lag in your sex life is starting to affect your relationship, this video is for you. Sex therapist and Health contributing editor Gail Saltz shares her top tips to boost arousal and reconnect with your partner. From squeezing in

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Yes, You Can Have an Orgasm While Working Out

If you’ve been lacking gym motivation lately, here’s some news that might boost your drive: It’s possible to have an orgasm during exercise. Yes, you read that correctly. In fact, that’s exactly what happened to Sports Illustrated model Jessica White during an especially sweaty sesh: “I was doing these squats one time, and I was

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Cooking Chef

Surgeon Claims to Have Found the ‘G-Spot’

  By Anne Harding TUESDAY, April 24, 2012 (Health.com) — Eureka! A retired professor of gynecology is claiming to have found anatomical proof of the existence of the "G-spot," the quasi-mythical erogenous zone that is said to bring on vaginal orgasms in some women. In a paper published this week in the Journal

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Study Finds 10% of Tweens, Teens Have ‘Sexted’

  By Anne Harding MONDAY, December 5, 2011 (Health.com) — "Sexting"—the practice of taking sexually explicit photos and sending them to peers via cell phones or the Internet—may be less common among U.S. adolescents than previous research and media reports have suggested, according to a new nationwide study. In contrast to a widely

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News Roundup: Breast Cancer and Stress, Weight Does Not Affect Sex Life, and More

  Can stress increase your risk of breast cancer? Women under age 45 who have breast cancer were more likely than peers without cancer to report experiencing several stressful life events, such as a parental divorce or loss of a spouse, according to a study. What's more, they were also more likely

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Switching to Diet Soda Probably Won’t Help You Cut Calories

Ditching sugary drinks is a smart move for your health, not to mention your waistline—an average can of soda packs in about 150 calories and 39 grams of sugar (that's over 9 teaspoons). Switching to diet may not help your calorie-cutting efforts much, though: A new study suggests that at

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