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Sexual dysfunction among people with arthritis is far more common than you might think.
People who have psoriasis are 5.5 times more likely than those without the condition to develop sexual dysfunction, according to a new research review that was published in the journal JAMA Dermatology. Sexual dysfunction may include lack of libido, erectile...
Let’s just get straight to the point: Sex is great! It’s good fun and good for you — unless it hurts. And people with arthritis are all too aware of how quickly sex can go from “wow” to “whoa” when...
What are the basic human needs—and where does sex fit into the picture whether or not we live with chronic illness? I’ve been considering these questions in light of Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, a highly-respected theory that views basic human needs in a hierarchy of...