The Monogamy Method

Make Him a Monogamy Junkie

This series of eBooks teaches you everything about the way that a man's mind works, and how to spark attraction with him that will lead to more than just hot sex; you will unlock a way that shows him that he wants to have a married relationship with you. Once you learn the secrets in this book, your man will be falling all over himself to have a life with your forever. All it takes are a few key pushes in the right direction, and your man will want nothing but to marry you and settle down into a happy, bliss-filled life. You will get bonus packages such as the training CDs to give you further training, an interview with Carlos Cavallo to teach you more about your relationship, and 99 Dirty Talk Scripts that make him want to have a future with you, and only you, as long as you both shall live. More here...

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Sexual Transmission of HBV and HCV

In the affirmative, advice is appropriate about changing behavior and the use of condoms to protect their partners and themselves. Vaccination against HBV should be undertaken in those susceptibles engaged in high-risk sex, and, if the individual is a male homosexual, vaccination against HAV is also reasonable. HBV vaccine should also be offered to as many of the sexual contacts of individuals found to be HBsAg-posi-tive as logistically possible. Potential strategies for reducing sexual transmission are listed in Table 2. Long-term and monogamous sexual partners of HBV- or HCV-infected individuals should be tested for evidence of infection. If the index case has HBV, vaccination is recommended for the susceptible sexual partner. For the sexual partner of the index case with HCV, recommendations have been more equivocal and mostly limited to testing the partner for evidence of infection and providing information about the potential risks, so that an educated decision about the use of...

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Today the fact of evolution is accepted by the vast majority of scientists. But evolutionary biology did not screech to a halt once the New Synthesis was reached. Since the 1940s, new areas of evolutionary science have been opened up for exploration. Scientists have come up with important new ideas about the rate at which evolutionary change occurs and the mechanisms that bring it about. They are debating the role of chance, luck, and random circumstance in evolution they are questioning the importance of natural selection and proposing additional mechanisms of change they are using new techniques from the genetic sciences to determine when species split off from other species and they are studying new fossil finds to learn more about humankind's place in the natural world. Some biologists, led by Richard Dawkins in England and Edward O. Wilson in the United States, have explored the concept of sociobiology, which explains human and animal behavior in terms of evolution....

Benefit 3 Greater Opportunities for Naturalistic Observations

Research by Wingfield, Hegner, Dufty, and Ball (1990) in a variety of bird species illustrates the benefits of naturalistic observations of animals. These investigators recorded data on testosterone levels as well as aggressive and paternal behaviors in a wide variety of monogamous and polygynous bird species. Wingfield and colleagues proposed the challenge hypothesis to account for the relationship between testosterone levels and aggressive behavior in birds. The challenge hypothesis posits that fluctuations in testosterone levels during the breeding season are more closely related to aggressive behavior than to sexual behavior. Specifically, testosterone levels seem to rise as the mating season commences but peak during periods of intermale competition, suggesting that the increases in testosterone levels facilitate aggression. In addition, this theory suggests that testosterone only relates to aggression when there is competition over mates or territory. Thanks to Wingfield and...

What steers evolution

Since the 1980s, there has been a discernibly separate population subschool known as behavioural ecology and, associated with this, sociobiology. This school, as its name suggests, is delineated primarily by the type of characters that its members study behavioural rather than morphological or molecular ones. Also, although the behaviour of an animal, like its structure, is underlain by genes (as well as environmental influences), most behavioural ecologists operate primarily at the phenotypic level and devote little effort to genetic dissection of the behavioural traits that they study. A typical investigation by a behavioural ecologist might be a study of the breeding behaviour of a species of bird, including, for example, an attempt to quantify the degree of mate fidelity and the extent to which this variable (from monogamy to promiscuity) is related to fitness.

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A 50-year old Caucasian female, new to your practice, presents for an annual physical examination. She reports that she is generally very healthy, feels well and has no specific complaints. She has a history of having had a partial hysterectomy, by which she means that her uterus and cervix were removed but her ovaries were left in place. The surgery was performed because of fibroids. She has had a pap smear every year since the age of 18. all of which have been normal. She has had annual mammograms since the age of 40. all of which have been normal. She has no other significant medical or surgical history. She takes a multivitamin pill daily but no other medications. Her family history is significant for breast cancer that was diagnosed in her maternal grandmother at the age of 72. The patient is married, monogamous, does not smoke cigarettes or drink alcohol. She tries to avoid dairy products because of lactose intolerance. She walks 3 miles 4-times a week for exercise. Her physical...

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