Researchers recently conducted a small study among older men and found that statins significantly improved erectile dysfunction.
As you’re adjusting to your new life as a mother, you may find yourself putting your sex life on the back burner.
Have you ever wondered what kind of advice sex therapists give their friends?
In a recent Women’s Health article, contributor Kristen Dold shares some tips for getting gorgeous skin on your most seductive body parts.
If you’re in a long-term relationship, you know how challenging it can be to introduce something new to the bedroom.
Researchers recently studied 3.5 million American adults over the course of five years and discovered that there was a clear link between marriage and cardiovascular health.
While we may not see many hot-and-heavy scenes between Baby Boomers on television or in the movies, that doesn’t mean that the 50+ set isn’t engaging in their fair share of sexual intimacy.
If you suffer from depression, it’s easy to feel completely alone in this world. This can take a substantial toll on your relationships, and make sexual intimacy with your spouse a seemingly impossible feat.
We all have our insecurities in the bedroom, whether we’re uncomfortable with certain positions or can’t reach full stimulation without the use of sex aids.
The results of a new study could definitely give you some food for thought.