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  • And she found a lot of stuff on "sexual arousability" and stuff on the "sexual health of couples" and changes in "arousability" throughout the menstrual cycle.

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  • Perhaps low arousability makes kids seek out excitement and danger, Raine suggests.

    Learning Right From Wrong

  • Depression and anxiety lower sexual interest and arousability for women even more than they do in men; if the female half of the couple is feeling down in the dumps at home, a vacation that pushes sadness and anxiety aside will be an especially potent way to warm things up.

    It's Hotter Away from Home

  • Vacations tend to improve mood, if only because you have left the immediate demands of home and office behind; with the brake disengaged, interest and arousability rise like Fourth of July fireworks.

    It's Hotter Away from Home

  • For most people, negative mood -- sadness, anxiety, anger -- acts as a sexual brake, leading to loss of sexual interest and impairment of arousability.

    It's Hotter Away from Home

  • The results suggest that there are no gender differences in arousability that could increase the vulnerability of male infants to SIDS.

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  • By age 2 to 3 months -- the peak period for SIDS incidence -- boys showed no difference compared with girls in any measure of arousability during polysomnography.

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  • The surprising results suggest that the increased prevalence of sudden infant death syndrome among boys is not explained by any gender differences in arousability

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  • A study in the Aug. 1 issue of the journal Sleep shows that at 2 to 4 weeks of age male infants are easier to arouse than females during quiet sleep, and by 2 to 3 months of age there are no significant gender differences in arousability.

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  • The results suggest that there are no gender differences in arousability that could increase the vulnerability of male infants to

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