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The US FDA notes â€œsome concernâ€ with the chemical BPA and some countries have considered BPA product bans.
The US Drug Watchdog is intensifying its initiative to inform all US women about potentially severe side effects such as severe gallbladder issues, blood clots, heart attacks, strokes, or other extremely serious medical issues associated with the use of the very popular birth control pills called Yaz, or Yasmin.
You may think of your love for your mate as the noble emotion of a pure heart, but some primitive parts of your brain are taking a decidedly more pragmatic approach to the subject, according to Stanford biologists.
Sex "addiction" is a concept that has had particularly high visibility recently with the publicity associated with Tiger Woods.
A new study by researchers in Germany, which appears in the Wednesday edition of the journal Biology Letters, provides new insight into the unusual sex life of spiders.
A man's male hormones may ward off heart damage by helping vessels around the heart regenerate, suggest Australian researchers in a report posted January 13 in the Journal of Experimental Medicine.
Mountain goats are no exception to the general rule among mammals that larger males sire more and healthier offspring.
Scientists have found new evidence to explain how female insects can influence the father of their offspring, even after mating with up to ten males. A team from the University of Exeter has found that female crickets are able to control the amount of sperm that they store from each mate to select the best father for their young.
A new study challenges long-standing expectations that men are promiscuous and women tend to be more particular when it comes to choosing a mate.
Female birds often choose their mates based on fancy feathers. Female mammals, on the other hand, may be more likely to follow their noses to the right mate.
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