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    How a defeat in sports can effect sexual desire

    Research on male college students watching the Brazil vs. Italy World Cup match showed that testosterone levels rise after a sports’ team win, and drop following a loss, whether or not the game is watched in a stadium or on television.

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    Lowering cholesterol may improve erections in some men

    A study just presented at the American Academy of Cardiology annual meeting showed that men who had high cholesterol who took statin medication to lower their cholesterol levels noted better erection performance.

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    Exercise before sexual activity can diminish anti-depressant side effects

    Anti-depressant medications frequently cause annoying sexual side effects, but recently published research involving 52 women concluded that a 30-minute session of moderate-intensity exercise soon before sex improves sexual functioning and satisfaction.

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    Sex and exercise: two big conclusions

    Sexual intercourse is very unlikely to provoke a heart attack, and a sexual encounter can be a significant type of exercise. Men burn about 4 calories per minute, and women 3 per minute, which surely varies from person to person and couple to couple.

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    Frequent sex can rejuvenate

    A clinical psychologist presented a paper at the British Psychological Society regarding his results of a ten-year study which showed that people who had frequent sex tended to look younger than their chronological age. Other health benefits of sexual activity are discussed.

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    Largest Gay Cure organization in U.S. closes down

    While the Brazilian Human Rights Commission just approved the “gay cure”, the largest and most-established Christian “gay cure” organization in the United States just closed down, admitting their treatment does not work. A number of other experts, including the World Health Organization, have also denounced the “gay cure”.

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    Coming out is good to your health, says Canadian Study

    A study at the Center for the Study of Human Stress in Montreal Canada showed that gay, lesbian, and bisexual young adults who were “out” were healthier, psychologically and physically, than matched LGB individuals who were still “in the closet”.

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    Towards a Functional Cure for HIV-AIDS

    While there is still no HIV cure, researchers are starting to talk about a “functional cure”; meaning HIV positive people who undergo treatment, then some years later, stop their treatment, and despite that, they continue with a low virus count. The key to increasing functional cures seems to be starting the anti-HIV cocktail treatment as soon as possible. Frequent HIV testing facilitates early treatment.