Is Anal Sex Safe?

If you’re considering anal sex for the first time, you might be feeling nervous. But with a little preparation and ample communication, you can have a safe and positive experience.

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The Psychology of Love

Ever wonder why we fall in love with someone and how some of us fall in love faster than others? A psychologist shares a behind-the-scenes look at what makes us love in different ways.

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Do Aphrodisiacs Really Work?

Can spicing things up in the kitchen help you do the same in the bedroom? Foods like oysters and dark chocolate have long been touted as natural aphrodisiacs, with the ability to pep up your sex drive. Here’s whether or not they work.

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Does HPV Go Away on Its Own?

If you’ve been diagnosed with HPV, you might not understand what this means, and if it will go away on its own. Our expert explains what HPV is, symptoms to be on the lookout for and when to seek treatment.

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