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Great sex

Heart-stopping sex

You've seen it in the movies, but what exactly are the chances of dying from a heart attack while having sex really?

What turns men - and women - on?

The second annual Great South African Sex Survey from Health24 confirms what we suspected: the mojo of men is a very different thing from that of women

Great SA sex survey

We are running a survey to find out what people are getting up to in the bedroom. The cut-off point of the survey is the end of January, so take part before then.

Why sex is good for you

Sex could be one of the most enjoyable lifespan boosters we have. Scientists are beginning to unravel the reasons why people who are sexually active have healthier, happier lives.

Foods to inspire romance

Human beings are on an eternal quest for love, sex appeal and sexual prowess. Health24's DietDoc investigates the foods of love, to inspire romance and love.

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Hannah Wilsey says...

You forgot that being obese and on hormonal bc can be dangerous. Higher DVT risk, also stroke and heart attack. Maybe the problem is doctors aren't comfortable prescribing... Obese teens less likely to use birth control
Orgasmic SA not satisfied

When it comes to sex, South Africans may be having the most orgasms but in other respects they are failing to set the bedroom alight, a new sexual satisfaction survey reveals.

Sex is good for you

It comes as no surprise to most people that scientific evidence is mounting that sex is good for your health. It adds enjoyment to our lives and may even make us live longer.

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