The university is nonsectarian ,  but has been historically affiliated with the United Methodist Church. The university has more than 3, faculty members and nearly 33, students, and is one of Boston's largest employers. The university is ranked 40th among undergraduate programs at national universities, and 46th among global universities by U. Among its alumni and current or past faculty, the university counts eight Nobel Laureates , 23 Pulitzer Prize winners, 10 Rhodes Scholars ,   six Marshall Scholars ,  48 Sloan Fellows ,  nine Academy Award winners, and several Emmy and Tony Award winners. Boston University is well known for men's hockey , in which it has won five national championships, most recently in Boston University traces its roots to the establishment of the Newbury Biblical Institute in Newbury, Vermont in , and was chartered with the name "Boston University" by the Massachusetts Legislature in The University organized formal Centennial observances both in and On April 24—25, a group of Methodist ministers and laymen at the Old Bromfield Street Church in Boston elected to establish a Methodist theological school. In , the Congregational Society in Concord, New Hampshire , invited the Institute to relocate to Concord and offered a disused Congregational church building with a capacity of people. Other citizens of Concord covered the remodeling costs.
Information for Women
It is important to understand the history of the Center since there are few facilities in the United States or anywhere in the world that exclusively focus on the study, diagnosis and treatment of the sexual health concerns of men and women. Thirty years ago, when sexual dysfunction was exclusively the domain of the mental health professional, a Texas urologist Dr. Brantley Scott reported that erectile dysfunction could be successfully managed surgically. Robert J. Krane, learned the technique and initiated the treatment here. Krane, a pioneer in the field, was the only physician surgically managing erectile dysfunction problems in men in the Northeast corridor. As more and more men with erectile dysfunction and other sexual health problems traveled to B. The Center for Sexual Medicine is one of the oldest such clinics in the world. Over the years, we have performed initial evaluations in over 16, men and over 3, women. Our physicians see approximately 80 men and 40 women each week for treatment of sexual medicine issues.
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It is appropriate to seek treatment when sexual dysfunction causes personal distress, impacting negatively on quality of life and interpersonal relationships. One third of all women, regardless of age, have diminished sexual interest, nearly one fourth of all women do not experience orgasm and one fifth of women suffer sexual pain disorders. Our experience reveals that most sexual disorders in women are based on mind, body, and relationship issues. The most common complaints of sexual dysfunction are decreased desire, decreased arousal capabilities, decreased orgasmic capabilities, diminished lubrication, painful intercourse, and decreased vaginal and clitoral sensation. Six out of ten women present with the multidimensional complaint of problems with desire, arousal and orgasm. We also see women with depression, many of whom are taking antidepressants, known to be associated with sexual dysfunction.
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