- Q Why do humans have sex?
Dr. Michael Roizen, Internal MedicineIn the animal kingdom, if everything works out right, a male chimp joins a female chimp and a baby chimp is born. But our sex lives are a little more complicated. We have sex for lots of reasons other than just procreation. We have sex to express love.... Full Answer
- Q What can cause painful sex?
Dr. Mehmet Oz, CardiologyAmong other things, painful sex may be caused by: A "tipped" uterus: In most women, the uterus is tipped toward the front, positioning the cervix at a deeper part of the birth canal. But for some women the uterus is tipped... Full Answer
- Q Why is sex ed taught?
Dr. Mehmet Oz, CardiologySex ed class is not what it used to be, if it was taught at all. In this video, Dr. Oz quizzes his viewers and shows that they may need a refresher course in sexual education. Full Answer
- Q How can eating chocolate improve my sex life?
Dr. Eva Cwynar, Endocrinology, Diabetes & MetabolismIf you want to improve your sex life, give yourself a chocolate treat. Chocolate has long been known as a sensual treat, and it has some scientific backing. The rush of endorphins produced by eating chocolates, particularly dark chocolates, is... Full Answer