McKay, Alexander
June 2004
Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality;2004, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p123
Academic Journal
Presented is a summary of recent research on various human sexuality issues in Canada, compiled during the Summer of 2004. A study on the effectiveness of condom in preventing sexually transmitted infection transmission is introduced. Another study discussed the role of condom use in reducing the risk of recurrent pelvic inflammatory disease; The impact of a cognitive-behavioral IMB-based STI and unplanned pregnancy intervention for young women is highlighted in another study. Research was likewise conducted on the sexual behavior and sexual dysfunction among men and women over age 40 from around the world. A report on the effects of postmenopausal hormone therapies on sexual function was also studied.


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