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Sex & Relationships

Improve your sex life, find the best birth control for you and more in our guide to better, safer sex. Plus, we've got everything you need to have a happy, healthy relationship.

Let's state the obvious: Having sex is fun. But what might be less obvious is that it's also good for you — mentally and physically.

No matter how much your partner pleads, you can't substitute time in the sack for time on the treadmill.

It's not just Kegels that can boost your sex life.

My weight became the one taboo subject between us.

Joining new clubs paid off for Megan, who met her now-husband Eric at a local trail running group. Here's how the two hit the road together, and run over life's trails hand-in-hand.

Boxing brought this young couple together, and they learned how to survive life's punches together—both in and out of the ring.

Enjoy the story of how one New York City couple met through a mutual love of fitness, and strengthened their bond with their muscles!

Does a picky eater mean a picky dater? For those who are strict about their (and their partner's) diet or fitness level, these dating sites make matchmaking a bit easier.

He and I were drifting apart until water aerobics saved our marriage.

Keep your sex life sizzling with these tips from experts and happy, sexually satisfied couples.

If you find you're more eager to sleep than have sex on an everyday basis, your sex drive may need a booster shot. But that doesn't mean you have to go out and buy out the nearest Victoria's Secret.

Stop resorting to dinner and a movie. These fun, fit ideas will spice up any date, whether it's your first or fiftieth.

A very fortunate 10 percent of women experience orgasms while working out. Meet one of them.

How healthy — and happy — is your love life? We teamed up with Yahoo! Shine to find out from women like you what's really going on behind the bedroom door.

Obsessing about your weight is a major turnoff. Learn how to lose your inhibitions, boost your libido, and regain your lust for, well, lust.

The average woman uses birth control for at least three decades. So you must really like yours, right? Probably not.

The pill, the ring, IUDs — these options will soon be free. (Yep, you read that right!) Check out the latest scoop here, and follow our guide to find the best method for you.