Researchers hope an automated tool can remove barriers to diagnoses in developing countries.
Scientists design the most realistic model of the organ yet—it might lead to new BV treatments.
Your genetic makeup is a window to your future health. It's also your most precious asset.
An open-access project has limitless possibilities but also renews debates about consent.
For as long as we can remember, humans have wanted to get rid of unwanted pregnancies.
Telemedicine has its perks, but intimate issues sometimes require a personal touch.
Sending angry texts instead of talking IRL may be a sign of the tech phenomenon.
Are you interested in boosting your cerebral power? There might be an app for that.
As heteronormative standards evolve, sex tech for men has become more holistic and diverse.
Many of them are very good, but seniors may consider extra features before downloading one.
If you haven't tried it before, you may be ready for a very special kind of brain massage.
Electrical impulses can build muscle strength after surgery and childbirth, or as you age.
Missed rest impacts every aspect of your life, but these devices can eliminate your sleep debt.
Digital support can be a helpful tool but must be used mindfully.
With impressive accuracy, trained canines can sniff out all kinds of illnesses in humans.
Teledildonics are becoming more intelligent, thanks to groups of DIY developers.
Dating has always been exhausting. Do the apps make it better or worse?
Less invasive than the traditional method, the screening procedure still has pros and cons.
Home visits and technology could help more people manage sexual wellness and mental health.
Buzzwords range from funny (hesidating) to fishy (kitten fishing) to frightening (submarining).
It's about time for progress: The femtech industry is projected to reach $3 billion by 2030.
Petition by more than 40 companies states 'sexist' algorithms are blocking educational content.
Baby tech is a $46 billion industry, but is it worth the expense it costs parents?
Necessity may be the mother of invention, but pleasure is the unsung motivator of progress.
While we expect people to put their best foot forward, some photo alterations distort reality.
Your slumber problem could be negatively impacting your heart, so find the right treatment—now.
A standout profile isn't just for twenty-somethings. A good bio and photos can draw attention.
Doctors recommend MRI to avoid many biopsies and check the accuracy of the necessary ones.
It may be fun in the moment, but that naughty nude may come back to haunt you.
What has the virus really done to us? How will this affect our ability to handle after-crisis?
The social media giant's advertising policies are under scrutiny from human rights experts.
Studies indicate that divorce rates are six times higher if couples meet on a dating app.
Given the close ties between the disease and ED, men should know more about high-tech tools.
Hormones keeping you up? There are ways to slumber again.
Smart devices are in many homes, on our bodies and a part of countless daily routines.
Advanced technology can offer real-life scenarios in a virtual setting.
Your 'smart' sex toy could be vulnerable to some not-so-smart cybersecurity flaws.
If you prefer a nonpharmaceutical option, TMS should be high on your options list.
Multilingual romance can be magnifique—it just takes a bit more patience and effort.
Researchers hope the 'competition' yields results for technology that could hone diagnosis.
Life-like robots evoke science fiction, but some real people prefer sex with high-tech toys.
To curb my sexual frustration and the risk of COVID-19, I've taken my sex life online.
Doctors agree TENS works, but more conclusive studies are needed on this alternative treatment.
In development for more than a decade, the technology gives pathologists a helping hand.
Pleasure should be an all-access area, regardless of physicality.
Things are a little different than the days of 'Playboy'…but not as different as you think.
Who knew? It turns out the fountain of youth may be found in our blood.
What your circadian cycles are trying to tell you and why you shouldn't go into the light.
While the trend is to limit these surgeries, they are sometimes necessary. Know what to expect.
Your romantic life doesn't have to fizzle just because you're in different cities.
Tracking your period can help you get the most out of your gym time.
While we're 'getting back to normal,' consider adding these recent practices to your lifestyle.
'Tube sites' are full of stolen content, which harms the sex workers who create it.
Consider your motivation before erasing all signs of your ex.
With doors shut and online censors tight, small businesses learned to adapt.
Take masturbation up a notch by making a sexy voice memo.
Does 'Hot Vax Summer' mean a coinciding return to in-person health appointments? It should.
When you're up late all the time, there may be an issue with your brain chemistry.
While rare, this inherited disorder causes issues for men who want to have children.
Scared of the apps? Don’t be—meeting people online is possible even if it's new to you.
‘Paging Dr. Bot’ may be futuristic, but artificial intelligence offers promising developments.
Separating fact from fiction about erectile dysfunction can help reignite your sex life.
Floppy members could be a real problem, but NASA’s lips are sealed.
New tools are about early, accurate and/or outcome-changing detection; they're pretty cool, too.
Dating apps are daunting enough. Now add the obstacle course of socializing while plus-size.
Celebrate a healthy new start by resuming your pre-pandemic exercise regimen. Just be careful.
Here's what happens to your body after inhaling a puff from your vaporizer.
Circumstances keep changing now that we have vaccinations, so where do you begin?
Experiencing an erection while pooping isn't abnormal, but it's also probably not recurring.
You've just gotten used to ghosting. Now you have zombieing to worry about.
Try these affection alternatives when being physically intimate is out of the cards.
How and why ovarian health isn’t just about having children.
A new attitude about periods has led to innovative products meant to help women deal with them.
Beloved by many, polyamory requires understanding and ethics before joining the crowd.
Cold, hard technology is heating up—with great results.
Exercise may be the best medicine for your body. But how effective is it to fight substance use?
Surprise: Silicon Valley is ready to capitalize on a multibillion-dollar market.
A lower weight has all kinds of health benefits, adding greater gusto for living and loving.
It might be easier than you think to find a fun, rewarding way to get your move on.
How do you keep your love life alive in an increasingly virtual world? Here are some ideas.
The world of online dating can seem scary at first, but don't panic—we're here to help.
Sexting that special photo is a sincere expression of your love today. But what about tomorrow?
The closer to the time of ovulation you have sex, the better the chances to conceive.
Understand the ins and outs of online romance before you look for love on your smartphone.
Experts explain the link between rest and romance, and how to score more of both.
Educators weigh the pros and cons of taking this complicated conversation virtual.
Electronics have been linked to male infertility, but men can take steps to reduce the risks.
Take the gym to wherever you want it: Visit local parks, use phone apps and watch videos.
Work on your long-distance relationship with these tips to maintain and improve your sex life.
A dirty picture in your inbox can be exciting, but how can you feel safe when you send one?
If you want to get fit at home, you don’t need to spend a fortune on fancy exercise machines.
Dating apps are more common and convenient than ever. Here’s a guide to help you jump in.