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Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt: Odds in Their Favor?
Even if Pitt and Jolie are rich and famous, their delayed marriage after years of living together is similar to modern family trends.
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Utah Mom Held as Newborn Dumped in Trash Fights for Life
Alicia Marie Englert, 23, was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of attempted murder. The baby girl was in critical condition at a Salt Lake City hospital
'It Goes Too Far': Parents Protest Sex Ed Book
Hot or Not? We Decide in 100 Milliseconds
Researchers find that it takes us only a fraction of a second to size up someone’s looks and their personality based on a few facial features.
Husband Awoke From Surgery Without Penis: Lawsuit
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Why 'Fifty Shades of Grey' Will Be Girls' Night
The books were a mega-hit, but people could read them in private. Will women want to bring a date to a movie featuring lots of sex and bondage?
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ED Rate in Young Troops is Way Above Average: Study
A new study of younger military men finds an erectile dysfunction rate of one in three troops -- nearly five times higher than in civilian guys.
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Love, Sex, Marriage Get Surprising Survey Updates
A survey from USA Network that ties in with the channel's new show "Satisfaction" reveals unexpected results from Gen X'ers and Gen Y'ers.
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Lady in Red: Women See Color as a Sexual Threat
A new study finds that women think ladies in red are more interested in sex and less faithful than women wearing white or green.
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So Long, Stirrups? Doctors Nix Pelvic Exams
The nation’s largest largest medical specialty organization says healthy women don't need routine pelvic exams.
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Health Workers Accused of Falsifying STD Statistics
Supervisor accused of instructing workers to inflate number of people contacted for possible exposure to syphilis.
Medicare Lifts Transgender Surgery Coverage Ban
Transgender people receiving Medicare may no longer be automatically denied coverage for sex reassignment surgeries, a government review board ruled.
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Pope to Hold First Meeting With Sex Abuse Victims
Pope Francis said on Monday that he will have his first meeting with a group of sex abuse victims at the Vatican early next month.
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Syphilis Makes a Worrying Comeback in U.S.
Syphilis is making a big comeback in the United States, with cases doubling since 2005.
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Ex-Girlfriend's Herpes Appeal Stymied by Court
A federal appeals court has rejected an appeal by a Pennsylvania woman who sued her former boyfriend for allegedly giving her herpes.
One-Hour Condom Delivery for Lovers in a Hurry
L.Condoms has launched a one-hour home delivery service in Manhattan for the lover in a hurry.
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Condoms a Crime? Bioethicist Warns of Disease Spread
Bioethicist Arthur Caplan writes that police and prosecutors should stop using condoms as evidence of prostitution and promote safer sex.
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Failing at Fertility: Which States Fare the Worst?
If you’ve got fertility problems, you may want to head to Connecticut, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts or New Jersey, a new report suggests.
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Oh Baby: Scientists Find Sperm-Egg Hookup Protein
Researchers have identified a protein on an egg cell that interacts with another protein on sperm, allowing the two cells to join.
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Judge Nixes North Dakota's Six-Week Abortion Ban
A federal judge on Wednesday overturned a North Dakota law banning abortions when a fetal heartbeat can be detected.
Infographic: Why Sex Ed for Teens May Need to Start Earlier
Despite big strides in reducing birth rates among teens, the CDC says more needs to be done to target teenagers - especially those ages 15 to 17.
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Record Low Teen Birth Rate Not Enough, CDC Says
The number of young teens having babies has plummeted by two-thirds since 1991, but still, 1,700 girls aged just 15 to 17 have babies every week in the U.S.
HPV Test Can Replace Pap, FDA Advisers Say
The test should be used as a first-line screening tool for cervical cancer, according to FDA advisers.
Doctors Report Rare Woman-to-Woman HIV Case
A Houston woman infected her girlfriend with the AIDS virus in a rare instance of transmission through woman-to-woman sex, doctors report.
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