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This Week in Sex: Man With 132-Pound Scrotum, More Support for Breastfeeding, and a Dating Site Gets Sued

TLC's latest gawkathon follows Wesley Warren Jr. (above), as he struggles with scrotal lymphedema.

This week, TLC’s latest gawkathon follows a man as he struggles with scrotal lymphedema, new evidence links breastfeeding (and how long you do it) to intelligence, and two women sue a dating site for revealing too much personal information.

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The Role of “Men” in Preventing HPV-Related Cervical Cancer

Men have an important role to play in preventing the spread of HPV. It is too common for women (particularly women of color) to have barriers to screening services or accessing this vaccine. This makes it even more important for men to seek the vaccine and to encourage the women in their lives (particularly the ones they are having sex with) to also be vaccinated.

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Straight Talk about Male Circumcision

Adult male circumcision is being pushed as the latest magic bullet for the HIV pandemic — and there’s reason for enthusiasm. But circumcision will not guarantee that men won’t contract HIV or that their female partners are protected.

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Half the Man His Father Was?

Studies are showing dramatic drops in sperm counts and rising rates of reproductive health problems for men throughout industrialized countries. Are environmental contaminants partially to blame?

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