Healthy Aging - Sex & Intimacy

Can Maca Supplements Improve Your Love Life?

Maca, better known as Peruvian ginseng, is purported to be an aphrodisiac. But can it really make you perform better in bed?

5 Reasons Sex Is Better After 50

Here are some reasons you'll want to get between the sheets, and linger a little longer, too.

Be Smart About Sex (at Any Age)

Adults ages 50 and older are at an increased risk for STDs. Here's what you need to know to avoid catching or spreading serious diseases.

You Can Have Great Sex Without Intercourse

Find new ways to explore intimacy with your partner. Changes as you age don't have to spell an end to sharing a deeper connection.

Go Greek for Better Sex

The Mediterranean Diet isn't just good for your health; it can benefit your love life, too. Here's how to diet your way to a better libido.

Overactive Bladder, Bedroom Distress?

This condition, especially common in women, can have embarrassing ramifications in the bedroom. Here's how to cope.

Safe Sex at Any Age

Think you're too old to pick up a sexually transmitted disease? Think again.

Your Partner or Your Pet? Loving Someone With Allergies

You love your pet. But what happens if your significant other can't set foot in your home without coughing or sneezing? Don't let allergies end your relationship. Read on for ways to solve the problem.

Why Long-Married Couples Divorce (and Tips to Help Save Your Marriage)

Long-married couples face crises, too. To help avoid marital dissolution, put these healthy practices into place.

Don't Let Diabetes Complicate Your Love Life

Issues such as decreased sexual desire can often accompany diabetes. But it doesn't have to be that way. Read on for a list of causes and solutions.

Regular NSAID Use Could Cause This Unwanted Side Effect

New research indicates that what may be good for your heart may be bad for your sex life. But does that mean you should stop taking NSAIDs and give up the heart benefits to avoid this sexual disorder?

Surprise! This Could Cause Erectile Dysfunction

Men who have long enjoyed a normal sex life may be unpleasantly surprised when sex suddenly gets a lot less sexy. An estimated 30 million men suffer from erectile dysfunction, which is the inability to maintain an erection.

The Good Side to Getting Older

While there may be some things about aging that are less than lovable, it turns out that hitting those milestone birthdays often means there are plenty of positives to celebrate. Here are a few.

Diabetes: Is Impotence Inevitable?

Diabetes increases risk of erectile dysfunction, but there are ways to keep your sex life satisfying.

Why More Men Don't Use Condoms

Teenagers may be irresponsible about a lot of things, but when it comes to condom use, they're actually more careful than grownups.

Facing Your Retirement Fears

Does the idea of retirement scare you? Here's how to prep for this major life transition.

10 Ways to Live 10 Years Younger

These simple strategies can knock a whole decade off of your outlook so you'll feel 10 years younger.

Just Hit 40? 7 Tune-Up Tips

Steps you can take to help ensure your health well into your golden years.

Sex after Testicular Cancer

If you suspect, or have been diagnosed with, testicular cancer, you’re probably concerned about how the disease may affect your sexual desire and performance. Fortunately, most of the news is encouraging.

3 Surprising Factors that Affect Female Orgasms

Still in search of the big "O"? Learn about the surprising factors that affect female orgasms.

10 Health Benefits of Having Sex

The word is out — sex can be great for your health in more ways than you can imagine.

Menopause and Sex

When you’re going through menopause, sex may take a backseat to coping with hot flashes, mood swings, and other menopause symptoms. Learn how to cope and keep your sex life alive.

Erectile Dysfunction: Myths vs. Facts

Understanding erectile dysfunction is the first step in treating it. Get the facts about this common condition.
 
 

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