Science of Sex
Here's what is known about human sex and sexuality in the physical, mental and emotional realms. LiveScience examines the latest psychological, biological and sociological studies on sex, ranging from dating and mating, to flirting and cheating, to birth control and STDs.
Reference What happens in your brain when you ask yourself "am I in love?", and what is love anyway?
Valentine's Day may be one of the most polarizing holidays on the calendar. Here's why it's hated.
A resurgence of syphilis in the United States has led to a dramatic spike in cases of the disease among newborns, according to a new report.
More than 100 years ago, a Russian soldier held captive in a prisoner-of-war camp engraved a beautiful scene on an aluminum canteen showing two people, deeply in love, snuggling together.
A new video shows the virus passing from an infected cell into a new host, as it would during sexual transmission.
In the battle against germs, your immune system is the best wing-man there is. When it comes to dating? Not so much.
The U.K. man who caught the "worst ever" case of antibiotic-resistant gonorrhea has been cured.
This could be the "worst ever" case of antibiotic-resistant gonorrhea that doctors have seen.
Herpes infections have declined in the United States in recent years, according to a new report.
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