More and more young troops are facing ‘devastating’ lives without sex

More than 1,367 men in the U.S. military suffered injuries to their genitals or urinary tract in Iraq or Afghanistan from 2001-13, mostly from bomb blasts. More than one third of the injuries were severe. Those injuries can impair a man’s ability to have sex, father children or urinate normally, according to a report.

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Damion Bagley on this season's Perry boys team: "We are a brotherhood."

Improved chemistry is one reason Bagley and the Panthers are 15-3.
Michael A. Lough The Telegraph
Damion Bagley on this season's Perry boys team: 1:18

Damion Bagley on this season's Perry boys team: "We are a brotherhood."

Perry girls basketball head coach Reginald West is getting plenty from the Panthers 2:03

Perry girls basketball head coach Reginald West is getting plenty from the Panthers

LaShandria Mallard's impact upon joining Perry's basketball team was immediate 1:19

LaShandria Mallard's impact upon joining Perry's basketball team was immediate

Put Down the Guns rally draws victims' families 2:39

Put Down the Guns rally draws victims' families

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