The SexTalk: Answers to Your Questions about Sex and Relationships appears in the Arizona Daily Wildcat and is written by Lee Ann Hamilton, MA, CHES, David Salafsky, MPH, and Carrie Johnson, MEd, CHES, health educators at Campus Health.
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Sexual Health Mythbusters (2016 Edition)
How Do I Avoid The Friend Zone?
Sexual Health By The Numbers
Can You Get An STD From Oral Sex?
How Many Forms of Contraception Have Been Used to Date?
What Are The Benefits and Disadvantages of IUDs?
What Happens If You Use Viagra But Don't Need It?
Sex and Alcohol
Birth Control & Future Fertility
Does Friends With Benefits Work?
The Withdrawl Method
When Do STDs Start To Show On A Test?
Am I The Only Virgin On Campus?
The Menstrual Cycle and Fertility Explained
Is Foreplay Important?
Uncircumcised Penis & Condoms
How Many People Have STDs?
I Heard I Don’t Need a Pap Test Every Year. Really?
Spring 2017 Wildfact Edition
How Often Do Condoms Break?
What's The Average Amount Of Calories You Can Burn During Sex?
Does "Friends With Benefits" Work?
If An 18-Year-Old Has Sex With An Underage Partner Is It Sexual Assault?
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