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Dr. Janine Clayton, MD at NIH Advances Sex and Gender Research by kelley Patient Expert Posted Tue 11 Dec 2012 4:39pm Have you ever wondered if anyone was doing anything at all about the medicine gender gap we revealed on a recent post here at Real Women on Health?  From heart disease to lung cancer to Alzheimer’s and several autoimmune diseases, the National Institutes of Health is hard at work getting the research done on health conditions that predominately ... Read on »
How Far We Have Come (and Have Not): Children, Sex, and Gender by Dr. Summer J. Doctor of Philosophy Posted Wed 08 Dec 2010 12:00pm In 1965, two twin boys were born, Brian and Bruce. At six months, one of them began to have trouble with urination and had a circumcision which was unfortunately incorrectly performed, leaving his genitalia non-functional. This forced his parents to... Read on »
Hip-Hop, Sex, and Gender Dynamics by CMCH Posted Thu 09 Apr 2009 7:14pm A recent New York Times article explored a 3 year study of the hip-hop club scene in NY city.  Munoz-Laboy et al observed dancing and behavior at these clubs and ran interviews with young men and women.  They were surprised to find that even with the sexual and often misogynistic overtones of the music, young women made sure that they were ... Read on »
0September 21, 2009Mothers, Sex Tapes and Gender Morality by Social Psychology Eye Posted Mon 21 Sep 2009 12:00am by Matthew Hall Coleen Nolan’s recent televised revelation that she made a sex tape provides an interesting example of how talk and discourse is saturated with moral work. Her self-confession allowed for a host of consequential moral assumptions to be made about her making of a s ... Read on »
Love, sex and nonsense: how "neuroscience" can be used to reinforce gender stereotypes by NeuroKuz Posted Thu 25 Mar 2010 12:00am Biological differences define the male and female sexes. Since biology is not separate from psychology, it should be unsurprising that females and males exhibit different behaviours and abilities. Louann Brizendine, a clinical professor of psychiatry at University of California, has taken clever notice of this and has published a popular, acce ... Read on »
PGD Gender Selection As a Reliable Way to Sex Selection by Robyn Nazar, RN BSN Posted Fri 11 Feb 2011 12:00am Pre-implantation genetic diagnosis, also known as PGD gender selection, is one of several types of gender selection methods that has become the most reliable way that couples achieve family balancing. With PGD couples who desire to pre-determine the sex a baby can do so with almost 100 percent accuracy. Read on »
Sex Food -Food For Sex, Better Sex by Ayurveda Doctor -Dr. M B Vyas Posted Fri 26 Jun 2009 11:18pm Sex food or food for sex is using edibles that serve as natural aphrodisiac or libido booster. The nature has gifted us with many aphrodisiac foods that serve as food to enhance sexual stamina. Many people call sex food as adult food as these foods not only help in increasing sexual power but they also maintain sexual vigor and libido. The foo ... Read on »
Sex, Sex, and More Sex by Kairol Rosenthal Patient Expert Posted Sun 24 May 2009 11:22pm Mark your calendars. Monday, June 8th, 9 PM, EST for the ‘Sex, Sex, and More Sex’ episode of the Stupid Cancer Show. We will have three experts on air focusing for an entire hour on cancer and sex! I got a great email today from a blog reader who was writing me about some issues down there – mostly feeling like she is popping her cherry ... Read on »
Important Information for Individuals in Same-sex Marriages by Medline Plus Posted Fri 04 Apr 2014 8:09am Source: Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Related MedlinePlus Page: Medicare Read on »
Sex Determination Tests in India Fueling Rise in Sex-Selective Abortions by Linda MacDonald Glenn Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 4:26pm The widespread use of tests to determine the sex of a fetus in India are fueling an increase in sex-selective abortion, government officials and advocates said Tuesday at a meeting examining the issue, Reuters reports (Bhalla, Reuters, 8/21). According to a UNICEF report released in December 2006, about 7,000 fewer girls than expected ar ... Read on »