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Married Couples' Sex Lives 'Rebound'—After 50 Years

Those in first marriages have sex more frequently than those who remarried

(Newser) - It's no secret that most married couples have less sex as the years go by, but those who stick it out tend to see something of a romantic renaissance—it just takes five decades to get there. Researchers looking at 1,656 married adults ranging in age from 57... More »

Quickies Are the Way to Go

Study shows 3-13 minutes is gtoo long in bed

(Newser) - Size may or may not matter when it comes to sex, but length (of time) definitely does, reports the AP. A recent survey of sex therapists reveals that 3-13 minutes is ideal. One researcher wanted to refute the notion that "more of something good is better, and if you... More »

Long-Term Pairs Flunk Chemistry

Cuddle hormones that replace initial sizzle aren't so bad, says study

(Newser) - Romeo and Juliet may have been the greatest lovers of all time, but that may have had more to do with the romance's brevity than that star-crossed-lovers thing, according to an Italian study that says sex chemistry fizzles after 2 years. "Love molecules" like neutrophins are sky high in... More »

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