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A recent study suggests that having sex with your ex might not actually make it harder to move on. And it might actually have some benefits. Here's what the study says about sleeping with an ex.
A doctor recently told INSIDER that, most of the time, sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) cause no symptoms whatsoever. That means you could be spreading the infection to others without knowing it. Remember that the only reliable way to know if you have an STD is to get tested regularly.
It's hard to decipher why you're attracted to one person, and find another totally repulsive. Often, it's not all to do with looks, and there is something inherently biological going on. Here are some of the reasons you find certain people attractive.
People keep coming back to Ashley Madison to have a 'better kind of affair,' according to CTO Ruben Buell. The site operates in 50 different countries, because cheating isn't something that happens once in a blue moon, he said.
The HPV vaccine is recommended for young kids, but it can still be worth it to get the shot as an adult. In fact, the FDA recently approved the HPV vaccine for adults up to age 45, though it may not be covered by insurance in this age group. Here's what everyone should know about the vaccine.
When watching a sex scene on the big screen, it's easy to forget how much effort went into making it appear effortless. Here's how directors capture sex scenes and, somehow, make them not look awkward.
No matter how much we love our partners, sometimes our sex lives can become a little stale. Here are 10 ways to try and reignite the spark.
Halle Berry told her Instagram followers that cardio has helped to up her sex drive. We explained the science behind that and why experts believe there is a link between cardio exercise and libido.
Finding out that you're bleeding after sex can be scary. But, chances are there is a logical reason why this is happening. We rounded up some common reasons why you may be bleeding post-sex and what to do about it.
In the US, cases of mothers passing syphilis to their babies are on the rise, according to new data released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The STD can cause serious health problems and even death in babies, so it's crucial that mothers-to-be get tested early in pregnancy.