Sexual Medicine

The Enlightened Sex Manual: Sexual Skills for the Superior Lover Paperback – August 1, 2007

by David Deida (Author)

The secret to enlightenment and great sex is revealed to be one and the same in this groundbreaking manual for adventurous lovers. David Deida was trained for decades in the art of spiritual and sexual awakening. Now he presents the ultimate collection of skills for opening to the physical,

The End of Sex and the Future of Human Reproduction 1st Edition

by Henry T. Greely (Author)

Within twenty, maybe forty, years most people in developed countries will stop having sex for the purpose of reproduction. Instead, prospective parents will be told as much as they wish to know about the genetic makeup of dozens of embryos, and they will pick one or two for implantation,

Female Sexual Pain Disorders: Evaluation and Management 1st Edition

by Andrew T. Goldstein (Editor), Caroline Pukall (Editor), Irwin Goldstein (Editor)

Female Sexual Pain Disorders is a remarkable fusion ofclinical and scientific knowledge that will empower women’shealthcare professionals to help their patients in overcoming thiscommon debilitating disorder. Based on the highest level research, it providesstate-of-the-art practical guidance that

Sex Appeal: Six Ethical Principles for the 21st Century 1st Edition

by Paul Abramson (Author)

An epidemic of sexually-transmitted infections and sexual violence is upon us. Political interests are overriding sexual freedom in the name of morality. Marriages are just as likely to fail as they are to succeed. Why, in a time of unprecedented personal liberties and medical knowledge, are so

The Origins and Role of Same-Sex Relations in Human Societies

by James Neill (Author)

This groundbreaking work draws on a vast range of research into human sexuality to demonstrate that homosexuality is not a phenomenon limited to a small minority of society, but is an aspect of a complex sexual harmony that the human race inherited from its animal ancestors. Through a survey of

Diseases and Disorders – Sexually Transmitted Diseases Hardcover – September 22, 2003

by Tassia Kdesnikow (Author)

Sexually transmitted diseases pose one of the greatest threats to human health worldwide, in part because of the manner in which sexual issues are dealt with by society. The impact of STDs on individuals and society is driving the push for new cures and treatments as well as improved methods to prevent the spread of STDs by altering sexual behavior.

Male Sexual Dysfunctions in Neurological Diseases: From Pathophysiology to Rehabilitation (Neurology-laboratory and Clinical Research Developments) 1st Edition

by Calabro Rocco Salvatore (Editor)

Sexual function in patients with physical or neurological disabilities is often disregarded by healthcare professionals, though it is a topic of great importance to patients and to those with whom they share significant relationships. This book investigates sexual function in persons with neurological disorders.

Regulating Autonomy: Sex, Reproduction and Family 1st Edition

by Shelley Day-Sclater (Editor), Fatemeh Ebtehaj (Editor), Emily Jackson (Editor), Martin Richards (Editor)

These essays explore the nature and limits of individual autonomy in law, policy, and the work of regulatory agencies. The authors ask searching questions about the nature and scope of the regulation of 'private' lives - from intimacies, personal relationships, and domestic lives to reprod

Molecular and Cell Biology of Sexually Transmitted Diseases (Molecular and Cell Biology of Human Diseases Series) Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1992 Edition

by D.J. Wright (Editor), L.C. Archard (Editor)

Molecular and Cell Biology of Human Diseases reviews the status of research on a range of sexually transmitted diseases whose incidence has paralleled the increase in HIV infection and examines the ways in which new methods are influencing current practice and are likely to shape future management.

Brain Storm: The Flaws in the Science of Sex Differences Hardcover – October 7, 2010

by Rebecca M. Jordan-Young (Author)

Female and male brains are different, thanks to hormones coursing through the brain before birth. That’s taught as fact in psychology textbooks, academic journals, and bestselling books. And these hardwired differences explain everything from sexual orientation to gender identity, to why there

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