Sex Research Update

March 2006
Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality;2006, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p47
Academic Journal
The article focuses on developments on various studies on sexual health. A study has been conducted in order to investigate the association between kinds of stress and different sexual problems within couple relationships. Result from a research conducted about efficiency of contraceptives shows that the usage of condoms reduces the risk of human papillomavirus infection. Furthermore, a research has been conducted regarding the risk of HIV transmission through oral sex.


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