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Human Sexuality  

This guide covers Internet resources, primarily from the U.S., on the many facets of human sexuality. These resources will be especially useful to healthcare and social services providers, educators, and policy makers.
Last Updated: Feb 6, 2014 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Archives of Sexual Behavior

Articles for the current issue of Archives of Sexual Behavior

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UMB Resources

  • Division of Adolescent and Young Adult Medicine
    This division offers continuing comprehensive primary and subspecialty care to young people from adolescence through early adulthood (12-24 years). Division faculty members have expertise in medicine, nursing, psychology, nutrition, statistics, health education, social work and outreach.
  • Institute of Human Virology
    IHV was established to create and develop a center of excellence focusing on chronic viral diseases and virally linked cancers, using multidisciplinary research and clinical programs, so that new treatments are streamlined from discovery to patient.
  • Women's Health Research Group
    The WHRG is based in the Department of Epidemiology and Preventive Medicine at the University of Maryland School of Medicine. This group examines women's health concerns from the perspectives of medicine, law, pharmacy, nursing, dentistry, and social work. Members of the group conduct research on menopause, breast cancer, hormone replacement therapy, uterine fibroids, hysterectomy, ovarian functioning, genetics, and mental health.

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