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.
Science says your ability to snooze—or not—around your partner reveals big things about your relationship.
Hint: It's a lot more than one
Hope for long-distance relationships! A new ring allows you to feel your lover's heartbeat.
And it has a whole lot to do with athleticism.
This innovative new condom promises boosted sensation—but is it really worth the investment?
Finally, a sport we can all compete in.
We know that couples who workout together stay together. But a new study shows that your drinking habits play a role too.
Time to rethink your contraception strategy.
All those winky emoji texts count for something after all.
Besides the obvious benefit of, you know, having an orgasm, the aftereffects of gettin' frisky have a major impact on your body and mind.
All the more reason to keep your safe-sex game sharp.
Watching TV may be infamous for sabatoging your health, but a new survey suggests that you get this great benefit straight from coupled-up screen time.
No more false O-larms.
Carving out a little "you" time just got a whole lot more philanthropic.
And doctors are starting to get really concerned.
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