Aisha Dee, Meghann Fahy and Katie Stevens in The Bold Type. Picture: John Medland, Freeform

Happy news for nervous heart patients, and how to tell which partner is more in love.

How oral sex measures level of affection

A sexy new study has revealed that the giving and receiving of oral sex in a relationship clearly shows who is more in love.

Performing oral sex has long been a sign of intimacy and trust between lovers Picture: Pexels

Why you'll probably never have heart-stopping sex

Heart patients have worried that they may die suddenly from sex, but a new study suggests they probably won't.

File photo: Researchers described sudden cardiac arrest as a "mostly lethal condition," that manifests as "an unexpected collapse and loss of the pulse." Picture: Pexels

20 things we all need to know about sex

2. You have to pee right after sex

This is the first thing you should tell every woman. Not going to the loo after sex can lead to getting a painful UTI. To prevent an infection go within 20 minutes after sex.

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WATCH: The female orgasm is finally having its moment

We've come a long way since The Contest, the 1992 Seinfeld episode that revolved around masturbation but didn't dare utter that word. 

Aisha Dee, Meghann Fahy and Katie Stevens in The Bold Type. Picture: John Medland, Freeform

Terminally ill groom makes tearful announcement

The groom’s speech at a wedding is usually a frothy mix of risque jokes and pledges of undying love.

File photo: The couple married in hospital on October 23, and then joined guests at the nearby reception, where they broke the good news.