Truvada Study Yields Surprising STI Finding, on Yahoo! Health, discusses Truvada, which has been used in HIV treatment for more than a decade. The article also highlights the need for more sex education regarding other STIs. Rob explains that Truvada is an ideal backup plan and a great opportunity to ensure your health. Read the entire article here.
Watch Rob address the controversy from former reality TV star josh Duggar, among the millions of Ashley Madison users in a hack exposing would be cheaters, in this Nightline video.
In an article titled “New Line of Apps Claims to Help Curb Excessive Smartphone Use” featured on CBS New York and online at CBSNewYork.com, Rob discusses how many viewers have issues putting down their cell phones, and outlines a variety of smartphone apps that help curb technology use. Rob also provides some great insight to cell phone addiction or obsession, stating that, “You might be addicted to a particular program or device that brings you something that’s so pleasurable, so distracting that you’re willing, or need to turn your life over to do it.” Read the full article online.
In an article titled “Why did Bill Cosby want to have sex with comatose women?” featured on Women in the World, Rob explores the question, “Why would Cosby—or anyone—want to have sex with a partner who is unconscious?” Rob provides insight as to why he believes Bill Cosby’s behavior to be fetishistic, noting, “These women, when they’re unconscious, could be an object…they could be shoes or feet or a whip or a chain. It’s like a sexual fetish, a paraphilia. Some people need some kind of atypical scenario or object in order to become fully aroused.” You were credited within the article as, “ Robert Weiss is the founder of the Sexual Recovery Institute in Los Angeles, and also works with Elements Behavioral Health. Read the full article online.
In an article titled “Babies Younger Than 2 Are Using Smartphones And Tablets” featured on Marketwatch.com, Rob talks about the pros and cons of young children using smartphones and other technological devices. ““Kids are going to lose some skills and they are going to gain others,” Rob said. Read the entire article online.