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  1. Sex MattersĀ®: Start Me Up

    Q: My husband and I have a discrepancy in desire. How do we make it match? A: Many people wait a long time before they try to do anything about sexual-frequency discrepancies -- sometimes 15 or more years. When this happens, couples settle into a pattern-they get used to turning in each night and st

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  2. Give Your Libido a Lift

    How to get in the mood for love

  3. An Italian Recipe for Men

    Weight loss may help men with erectile dysfunction (ED), Italian scientists say.

  4. 3 Secrets for a Steamier Sex Life

    3 ways to boost your sex life.

  5. Aphrodisiacs: Fact or Fiction?

    When it comes to aphrodisiacs, sensual suggestion is a powerul thing.

  6. Happy, Healthy, and Hard

    As the saying goes, the best measure of a man's character is the company he keeps. But what about his health? According to Steven Lamm, MD, the best measure of that is his erect penis. "There's an incredibly important link between a man's health and sexual performance," Lamm, an assistant professor

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  7. A Man with HIV

    What is it like to live with HIV infection? A young man tells WebMD his story. Joseph Wolfe, age 28, lives in Atlanta. He gave WebMD permission to use his name. Why? He feels that by refusing to be anonymous, his message will have a greater impact on others. This is Wolfe's story: "I was diagnosed i

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  8. A Woman with HIV

    What is it like to live with HIV infection? A young woman tells WebMD her story. The woman, age 18, asked WebMD to withhold her identity. She is a student at a major U.S. university. "I was born with HIV. My father gave it to my mother before I was born. I have an older brother but he does not have

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  9. The 10 Most Important Drugs

    What are the most important medicines ever made? WebMD asked experts to nominate drugs for membership in this exclusive club. Some got in by a unanimous vote. Others were endorsed by some but blackballed by others. What makes a drug "most important?" Different things, says John Swann, PhD, a histori

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  10. AIDS in U.S. Marches On

    Zero percent. That is how much progress the U.S. has made in meeting its HIV prevention goal. The U.S. had some 40,000 new HIV infections in 2001. That's when the CDC set a goal of cutting this number in half by 2005. As of 2004, the estimated annual number of HIV infections is still 40,000. "We hav

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