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New study shows Americans are having sex less often, especially young people

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San Diego State University,  7 March 2017 According to a new study published in the journal Archives of Sexual Behavior today, Americans who were married or living together had sex 16 fewer times per year in 2010-2014 compared to 2000-2004. A critical factor appears to be birth cohort, with later-born generations having sex less often than those born earlier in the 20th century. Read more here...

Survey of middle-aged Canadians finds more sex and pleasure, less condom use

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SIECCAN, June 2016 New research by Trojan condoms with the Sex Information and Education Council of Canada (SIECCAN) surveyed 2,400 Canadians between the ages of 40 and 59 about their sex lives. 63 per cent said they’re more sexually adventurous than they were a decade ago. 65 percent reported their last sexual encounter as being “very pleasurable.” Findings also showed that two...

Third survey of sex in Britain – results summary

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ABC’s The Science Show, Saturday 31 October 2015 12:53PM When HIV and AIDS took hold in the late 1980s, British researchers knew very little about the sexual behaviour of the population. It made predicting how HIV might spread almost impossible. This prompted a national survey of sexual practice which has been carried out every ten years since. Soazig Clifton and Clare Tanton discuss some...

How patterns of injecting drug use evolve in a cohort of PWID

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Australian Institute of Criminology, June 2015
This study examines some of the ways in which injecting drug use evolves over time in a cohort of People Who Inject Drugs. It shows shifts in the settings in which cohort members reported buying and using their drugs. These shifts have important implications for the harms experienced by PWID, and the wider community.
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