Love & Sex

The good news is, your sex life can get even better as you age. The bad news is... oh, who are we kidding?

Some younger people might cringe at the idea of their parents' generation getting frisky, but a new study shatters the myth that older people aren't having sex.

There are different types of problems – with both physical and psychological causes – that can affect a woman’s ability to enjoy sex.

Not every romance plays out like a Disney movie or a Hollywood romcom -- and that's where the beauty lies.

Few people have lived the adage "you can't hurry love" quite like George Kirby, Britian's oldest groom-to-be.

Not feeling as frisky in the foyer as you once were?

Hot flashes. Night sweats. Mood swings. Trouble sleeping. Many women going through menopause experience these symptoms every day.

There's a popular perception that older people lose interest in sex. Not true.

You’re probably not aware of it but you might be living in one of the most sex-happy cities in the U.S.

A few years ago, if you met your date on the Internet, you may have hid it from your friends and family. Today, it's practically the norm.

It's time to stop worrying about getting old and start enjoying it.
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