Archive for the ‘Scientific Articles’ Category

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

 

The Consequences of Heterosexual Anal Sex for Women

MI Science Staff: August 2016

Anal sex is currently a “hot topic” of discussion for it is increasingly prevalent among young men and women, and older adults.1 In 2007, a study based on the National Survey of Family Growth … Read the rest

 

Creating a Desire for Change: Part 5

Maintenance, Relapse, Termination

By: MI science staff: June 2016

Behavior change often does not go smoothly. Even when a young person has moved to the point of taking action to stop participating in sexual activity, maintaining that action can certainly … Read the rest

 

Creating a Desire for Change: Part 4: Action

MI Science Staff

May, 2016

The fourth stage in the Transtheoretical Model of change is action. In this stage an individual has made specific, observable changes in their lifestyle within the past 6 months in moving toward behavioral change. A … Read the rest

 

Serious Concerns about Long Acting Reversible Contraceptives and Teens

President’s Corner for Late May 2016

Dr. Freda M. Bush

This week I had a mother bring her 17y/o daughter to the office for her first GYN examination. “Tamera” is graduating from high school this month and her mother wants … Read the rest