Could not having enough sex affect your health? The Doctors answer a viewer's question about whether there are any side effects of not having sex.
Less than half of US schools meet the CDC’s recommendations for sexual education, and 70 percent of parents say they’re uncomfortable talking about the subject with their kids themselves. So what should our teens actually learn about sex?
The Doctors and dermatologist Dr. Sonia Batra discuss if abstinence is a realistic approach for young people.
The Doctors are joined by Scott Phelps, who runs an abstinence-only education curriculum, and Dorian Solot, who teaches comprehensive sex education, to discuss the different approaches to teaching sex education.
Scott Phelps, who runs an abstinence-only education curriculum, and Dorian Solot, who teaches comprehensive sex education, share their opinions about which type of sex education is best for children and teens.
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Family medicine physician and sexologist Dr. Rachael Ross shares what you should know before you have sex for the first time.
Top sex specialists join Dr. Lisa to tackle women’s most private questions. Plus, a shocking potential weapon in the war against obesity — you’ll never guess what it is! And, what you need to know about whooping cough.
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