Monthly Archives: January 2017

Older Women Also Have Happy Sex Lives

There is a public perception that sexual activity and satisfaction among older females decreases, especially after menopause. Although in many cases it’s true, science draws a much more interesting and complex picture. In a study carried out by the University of California, scientists scrutinized female attitudes towards sex across different age groups. Continue reading

Living with Heart Disease

Heart disease is the leading cause of death globally, and in the USA it is what leads to one in every four deaths. There are many kinds of heart disorders and although a significant percentage of them do not have permanent cures, it is still possible to live well with them. But, for this to be the case some lifestyle changes are necessary. Continue reading

Understanding Sexless Relationships

When asked about the secret to a healthy and successful relationship, most people will say that sex is one of the most important parts. However, as strange as it may seem, there is a significant percentage of couples who are having a very limited amount of sex. Continue reading

The Next Generation of Condoms Are Being under Development

Despite preventing unwanted pregnancy and a number of sexually transmitted diseases, not everyone is in favor of condoms, claiming that they are uncomfortable and decrease sexual pleasure. To solve this problem, scientists at the University of Wollongong and University of Texas have been working independently on the condom of the future. Continue reading