Human Sexuality Newswire (Page 5)

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  1. High level of HIV diagnoses in New Zealand persists in 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | University of Otago News

    Men who have sex with men were the largest group affected. Of all those diagnosed 153 were MSM and 42 were heterosexually infected men and women.

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  2. Why Some Couples Have So Much More Sex Than OthersRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | New York Magazine

    If researchers seem a bit, well, voyeuristic with regard to people's sex lives, there's good reason for it: In heterosexual marriages , the happier people are with the sexual lives, the happier they are with their relationships. And if you want to know how much a newlywed couple is enjoying and having sex - and really, who doesn't - then look at their Specifically, look at the wife's personality.

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  3. These 'Big Five' Personality Traits Impact Your Sex Life: StudyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | MSN Living

    Psychology researchers use a tool they called the "big five," a set of personality traits including openness, conscientiousness, extraversion, agreeableness, and neuroticism. Together they can help map the way we think, feel, and behave - and that's valuable information.

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  4. Why Conservative States Lead The Nation In Gay Adult Film ConsumptionRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Queerty

    It's practically a cliche at this point that those who publicly oppose marriage equality, or even queerness at a fundamental level, likely have some major skeletons buried deep within their psychic closets. Give it a few weeks and we can almost guarantee another antigay [insert powerful title here] will be revealed to have a Grindr account or be caught hiring male prostitutes.

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  5. Increase in New Zealanders diagnosed with HIVRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The New Zealand Herald

    Last year, 224 cases of human immunodeficiency virus infection were recorded, up from 217 in 2014, according to data published today by Otago University's Aids epidemiology group. In 2011, there were 109 cases, the lowest annual tally since the early 2000s, and in the 1990s it was mostly below 100.

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  6. Was Fred Savage auditioning to be Kelly Ripa's Live! co-host?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | She Knows

    Leah Prinzivalli writes about pop culture, beauty and health and has interviewed some of your favorite reality stars. She has been published in VICE, Reductress, The Toast, The Frisky, and elsewhere.

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  7. Tips #1: Exercise Makes You HappyRead the original story

    Monday | Lifehack.org

    Exercise is often described as a natural "high" due to its ability to combat stress symptoms and rev the engines of feel-good neurotransmitters. The most potent mood-boosting neurotransmitter is the endorphin, a pain-reducing biological chemical that rivals certain narcotic drugs.

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  8. Bondage Tape Has Many Uses And Is Not Just For Restraining, Says MasterKinkRead the original story

    Monday | Emailwire.com

    Nashua , New Hampshire -- For couples who want a new experience in the bedroom, MasterKink has the solution. Their new Pleasure Tape is a nifty bondage tool that can be used by beginners or experts.

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  9. The Lancet: Teenage pregnancies hit record low, reflecting efforts of ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | EurekAlert!

    Rates of teenage pregnancy in England have halved since the implementation of the Government's Teenage Pregnancy Strategy in 1999, and the greatest effect is seen in areas of high deprivation and areas that received the most TPS funding, according to research published in The Lancet . The study is the first to show the long term effect of a nationwide strategy launched by the Labour government in 1999, aimed at reducing under-18 conception rates by 50% by 2010 and limiting social exclusion among young parents.

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  10. 'Big Five' Personality Traits In Women Can Impact How Often A Couple Has SexRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Medical Daily

    Psychology researchers use a tool they called the "big five," a set of personality traits including openness, conscientiousness, extraversion, agreeableness, and neuroticism. Together they can help map the way we think, feel, and behave - and that's valuable information.

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  11. The Middle-Income Trap: Sexual and Reproductive Rights and Health in Latin America and the CaribbeanRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Ms. Magazine

    From May 16 to 19 this year, advocates from around the world came together in Copenhagen for the Women Deliver conference. We're spotlighting their work and experiences here on the Ms.

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  12. Christian Prep School Asserts Right to Expel Students With Openly Gay Family MembersRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Mediaite.com

    ... but anyone in their families as well: Given the debate and confusion in our society about marriage and human sexuality it is vital that Trinity families agree with and support the school's traditional, Christian understanding of those issues. ...

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  13. High level of HIV diagnoses in New Zealand persists in 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Scoop

    Men who have sex with men were the largest group affected. Of all those diagnosed 153 were MSM and 42 were heterosexually infected men and women.

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  14. WHO: Countries should re-examine birth control, abortion bansRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Washington Examiner

    The head of the World Health Organization said Monday that the Zika virus shows the folly of banning abortion or birth control. Outgoing WHO Director Dr. Margaret Chan addressed the health body's general assembly on the Zika virus and other health issues facing the world.

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    Monday | WWSB

    Some teenagers are in trouble after allegedly having sex in a high school bathroom, and then posting a recording of it on social media. A cool front will stall to our south and keep our wind out of the northwest.

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  16. A new level of homophobia in Kansas: Christian high school says it...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Salon

    ... addresses the school's LGBT policies: Given the debate and confusion in our society about marriage and human sexuality it is vital that Trinity families agree with and support the school's traditional, Christian understanding of those issues. ...

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  17. What Does a Healthy Christian Sex Life Look Like?Read the original story

    Monday | WTLN-AM Altamonte Springs

    It's His idea, after all, and has His full support as the consummating act of male-female love within marriage. In Song of Solomon 4:1-5:1 , we look at Solomon and Shulamith's wedding night and discover four principles that will lead to maximum sexual fulfillment for a husband and wife.

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  18. 19 confirmed cases of Zika in Pa.Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | York Dispatch

    More than 150 pregnant women in the United States and more than 120 in the U.S. territories have confirmed cases of Zika, according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention . 19 confirmed cases of Zika in Pa.

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  19. Pupils drink and smoke less but one in five teens have risky sexRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Sunday Herald

    School pupils are turning their backs on smoking and alcohol, but continue to put their sexual health at risk with reckless behaviour, according to a survey. The health and wellbeing study covered 11,200 Glasgow secondary pupils and was carried out by the Glasgow City Health abnd Social Care Partnership.

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  20. Very premature babies may have lower incomes, fewer sexual encounters than othersRead the original story

    Monday | Reuters

    By early adulthood, adults who were born prematurely at low birth weights are less likely to be employed and to have children, and more likely to have lower incomes, be single and have chronic health conditions than those born at a healthy weight, according to a new study. The new study continues to follow the first generation of extremely low birth weight babies who survived in the early era of advanced neonatal care, said lead author Dr. Saroj Saigal of McMaster University in Ontario.

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