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There's a new price tag on the world's oldest profession.
A study found that many U.S. adults would rather go without sex than their mobile devices.
A study in the April issue of Pediatrics finds sexual activity is incredibly rare among preteens. Roughly 1 percent of 10- and 11-year-olds, and just over 2 percent of 12-year-olds, are sexually active.
An analysis done by a University of Oregon professor finds women prefer shades that are named after food and sex.
An online survey of 1,529 Americans commissioned by the romantic social network, Zoosk.com finds both men and women find sex better while on vacation.
For those under 35, the answer may come in a sexy text. Over 35, plan to pop the cork.
If self-control is a problem, it may not be a person's willpower that's the issue. It may be how the brain's reward center responds to those things the person loves, including food and sex.
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