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Internet powering sex drives

The infidelity gap is closing, according to social behaviour researchers who say women are straying from monogamous relationships in similar numbers to men.

Lifestyle

Most common sex injuries

While sex is super fun and, when done right, quite ‘rewarding’, it’s also an acrobatic act that puts strain on your body and can lead to injuries. Here are the most common sex ‘accidents’ and how to treat them.

Lifestyle

Where’s the foreplay?

Sex is great … until it’s not. Donna-Lee has a problem, though it’s not with sex but with foreplay. She asks clinical psychologist Dr Emmanuella Murray for help.

News

A spoonful of olive oil can fix ED

A spoonful of sugar may help the medicine go down, but did you know that a spoonful of olive oil a day may help something else go up?

Lifestyle

Can orgasms extend your life?

Aside from being pleasurable, orgasms have wide-reaching health benefits, but can they actually make you live longer? According to some studies, yes.

Health news

Too ashamed to have sex

Janette is ashamed of her body because of multiple surgeries. But she is in a relationship and wants to take the next step. Dr Emmanuella Murray explains how to get past body-shaming and into bed.

Mental Health

Why men get the blues after sex

It is a little known fact that for many men, rather than experiencing raised spirits, a romp in the bedsheets leaves them empty and despairing.

Health

Are caffeine heads better in bed?

As if you needed another reason to enjoy your morning coffee, here are a few that might just heat things up a little later …

News

Four foods to eat for better sex

A health tracking app discovers what people like to eat before and after sex.

Lifestyle

A guide to safe sex for boomers

Being born before we knew about HIV and other STIs such as chlamydia, many older Australians starting new relationships for the first time in many years may not know about safe sex.

Men's Health

Is your sex life ageing well?

As you age your sex life may wane, or not, but one thing’s for sure: being older doesn’t necessarily mean your sex life has to go stale. n

Health news

Heart patients need to discuss sex

More than eight in 10 Australian health professionals believe it is important to talk to heart attack survivors about sexual activity and intimacy, yet fewer than one in four do so regularly.

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