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A Bonding Sexual “AfterGlow”

Sex plays a central role in reproduction, and it can be pleasurable, but new findings suggest that it may serve an additional purpose: bonding partners together. A study of newlywed couples, published in Psychological Science, a journal of the Association for Psychological Science, indicates that partners experience a sexual ‘afterglow’ that lasts for up to … Continue reading A Bonding Sexual “AfterGlow”

Armistead Maupin’s “Tales of the City”

Did you read “Tales of the City” in the San Francisco Chronicle between 1976 and 1983? Those were critical years for me personally (newly single in the times of Women’s Lib). If you did, a professor at U. of Wisconsin is doing a study and would like your participation. Contact Dr. Fawaz .

New way of dealing with Infertility

A FERTILITY technique first used 100 years ago has been proven to be as effective at helping couples conceive as IVF treatment. A study by researchers from Australia and the Netherlands has demonstrated that the century-old procedure known as hysterosalpingography (HSG) was a significantly cheaper and less traumatic alternative for infertile couples. HSG involves the … Continue reading New way of dealing with Infertility