Public Release:  #Sexychem: 4 ways chemistry makes sex safe -- and spicy (video)

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WASHINGTON, June 23, 2014 -- In this week's episode, Reactions is getting sexy. Our latest video highlights the ways chemistry has made sex safer and (in one surprising case) spicier. From latex condoms to warming lubricants, birth control to emergency contraception, chemistry plays a big role in the bedroom, and not just the chemistry between you and your partner. The video is available at http://youtu.be/54-rMC_67TM.

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