Circumcision really does take away bedroom pleasure, according to a new Belgium study.
For single men looking for easy prey this Valentine's Day, you've got your work cut out for you, especially if you're below a six.
A new study has found that many teens who have sex after drinking a lot of alcohol tend to regret their actions later.
Men who earn less than their alpha wives may also be underperforming in the bedroom, according to a new study.
Women who have a single sexual partner are at risk of a recurrence of vaginal infection called bacterial vaginosis, reports Livescience.
Just in time for Valentine's Day!
New research reveals that couples who travel together are in better relationships and have better sex compared to those who don't.
More than 60 percent of all Facebook users in the U.S. report that they've quit using the site for extended periods of time, according to data available from Pew Research Center. Facebook still remains the most popular social networking site in the country, with 67 percent or two-thirds of the American population using it regularly.
If you are too embarrassed to buy condoms in the middle of the night – or are in a place that makes it impossible – Durex has a solution, and it is as easy as calling to order a pizza.
After a successful treatment of cancer, the return to work process varies for men and women, and the difference is considerable, a recent study suggests.
Obesity has become a widely-discussed topic in the world and with it, many myths have been created. A recent study rubbishes many myths such as sex is a good form of exercise, skipping breakfast is bad, snacking increases obesity and so on.
Couples experiencing lower sexual satisfaction may want to look at how much and what kind of work they are doing at home. It turns out that men and women are more likely to get more sex when they divide household work in the traditional sense, meaning when the man pays the bills and cleans the yard, and the woman cooks and cleans, according to a new study.
A person's "first time" having sex could set the tone for the rest of their sexual encounters to come, a new study has revealed.
Contrary to popular belief, sexual revolution - the increase in risky sexual behavior - didn't occur during the 60s and 70s with the arrival of the birth control pill, but almost a decade earlier in the 50s when people started using penicillin, according to an economist from Emory University.
Are you in a "normal" relationship? Is the sex and love you're getting from your relationship "normal", below par or above average? Relationship researchers on a quest to help couples build long-lasting, happy relationship are claiming that they have finally figured out the age old question of what is considered "normal" when it comes to sex and intimacy in a relationship.