Archive for the ‘Scientific Articles’ Category

IN THE NEWS: The Sexual Behavior Known as Stealthing

MI Science Staff: May 2017

The latest definition of “stealthing” involves a sexual behavior in which a condom is removed during the sex act without the knowledge or consent of the sexual partner. Although the practice itself is not new, … Read the rest

 

Screening for Genital Herpes is Still Not Recommended for People Without Symptoms

Science Staff: March 2017

It is estimated that almost 1 in 6 people in the U.S. ages 14 – 49 years old have a genital herpes infection.1 Despite the prevalence of this sexually transmitted infection, no effective vaccine has … Read the rest

 

Pornography’s Effect on Early Sexual Conditioning

MI Science Staff: January 2017

In 2008, the book HOOKED, (co-authored by Medical Institute’s founder, Joe McIlhaney, MD and our current President/ CEO, Freda M Bush, MD,) began warning readers about the strong impact that sex has on the … Read the rest

 

Reaching iGens with the Truth about Sexual Health

Millennials are aging and now we need to reach another generation of young people with the truth about sexual health. The generation that follows Millennials goes by several different names including “Generation Z or Gen Z”, “Homeland Generation” and “ … Read the rest

 

Increasing Sexual Dysfunction in Young Men: Could Porn be Responsible?

MI Science Staff: October 2016

It is often difficult to get young people to be concerned about the risks involved with sex outside of a committed, long-term monogamous relationship. Even as we present the facts to them about sexually transmitted … Read the rest