Media

Is love a science? – Sarah Vannier’s interview on CTV News – Feb. 14th, 2016

Posted on Feb 14, 2016

Sarah Vannier, one of our postdoctoral fellows, speaks with Bruce Frisko of CTV News Halifax about the science of love and romance.

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Great sexpectations: A peek into the psychology of romance – Feb. 12th, 2016

Posted on Feb 12, 2016

Just in time for Valentine’s Day, Dal News’ Ryan McNutt spoke to Dr. Sarah Vannier, one of our postdoctoral fellows, about her research exploring people’s sexual and romantic expectations, and why studying sex and romance through science is both intriguing and important.

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Sexual health seminar put focus ‘down there’… on the vulva – The Signal – Feb. 10th, 2016

Posted on Feb 10, 2016

Shelby Bona and Sara Ericsson of The Signal give their take on our recent panel discussion about vulvar health and the importance of starting an open dialogue about sexual health.

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The real masters of sex at Nova Scotia’s only sex research lab – The Coast – Feb. 9th, 2016

Posted on Feb 9, 2016

The real masters of sex at Nova Scotia’s only sex research lab – The Coast – Feb. 9th, 2016

PhD students Kate Rancourt and Maria Glowacka take part in a Q & A with Coast Weekly’s Jeannie Richardson about their work in our lab, why they got into sex research, and sexual health in Nova Scotia.

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Three’s a Crowd – Halifax Magazine

Posted on Jan 8, 2016

Three’s a crowd: How do parents get their groove back after baby? Dalhousie University researchers are working on it

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Vulvodynia: Treatment and Research in Halifax (DoctorsNS)

Posted on Aug 14, 2015

Recruitment of participants for research studies takes a lot of different approaches. Doctoral student, Kate Rancourt along with her supervisor and co-principal investigator, Dr. Natalie Rosen recently wrote an article for DoctorsNS to inform physicians of our couples treatment study for vulvodynia. See page 25.

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Brain Power: Love Doesn’t Have to Hurt – Halifax Magazine

Posted on Mar 23, 2015

Halifax Magazine spotlights local labs’ research, including Dr. Rosen’s work as Director of the Couples and Sexual Health Lab.

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Postpartum sex: Why it sometimes hurts – Today’s Parent

Posted on Feb 10, 2015

“Sex after baby is tricky enough when you’re exhausted, distracted and healing. But how do you cope when it’s painful?”

Dr. Rosen and other experts weigh in on this common problem in Kalli Anderson’s article in Today’s Parent (Feb. 6th, 2015)

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