By Jane Brody
Over the last 40 years, heart specialists have learned a lot about the way cholesterol behaves in the body, much to the benefit of Americans destined to suffer heart attacks or strokes - at least half of the population.
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By Sharon Agsalda
A preeminent cardiologist reports, for the first time in a large prospective study, that certain of his patients with erectile dysfunction (ED) and heart problems can now safely use erection drugs that help up to 80% of men restore function and quality
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By Eric Nagourney
People who have diets high in fish oil have been shown to be at lower risk of dying from heart attacks. But a new study has found that fish oil supplements may pose a risk to some patients who use implanted defibrillators to control irregular heart rhy
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By Peter Pallot
Big savings can be made by buying prescription drugs over the internet, writes Peter Pallot.
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By Nina Goswani
Doctors are prescribing Viagra to a small number of children with a fatal, lung-heart condition. The drug, normally associated with middle-aged male impotency, enables children with pulmonary arterial hypertension to breathe more easily by expanding bl
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By Christiane Eickelberg, MD
New York/Gießen. In a priority review the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved Revatio (™) (sildenafil) as a treatment for pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH). The FDA approval was based on the preceding experimental and c
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By Science Daily
Researchers at Yale School of Medicine and the Albert Einstein College of Medicine have found that female sexual dysfunction (FSD) affects 48.2 percent of women in a new study and that these women had decreased sensation in the clitoris, which increase
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By Denise Grady
THE chest pain began just as Carmen Spindler emerged from church after her father-in-law's funeral service, and it lasted during the drive to the cemetery.
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By Fran Hawthorne
WOMEN and men share one characteristic when it comes to heart disease: it's the leading killer of both. But otherwise, much is different - and not always to women's benefit.
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By Eric Nagourney
For most people, the hours just after rising, from 6 a.m. to noon, are the most likely times for heart attacks, while the sleeping hours are the safest.
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By Associated Press
People with several clogged heart arteries tend to fare better if they have bypass surgery rather than a less drastic procedure in which the blood vessels are propped open with tiny mesh cylinders called stents, a study of nearly 60,000 patients has fo
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By Science Daily
Although the drugs used to treat Erectile Dysfunction, Sildenafil (Viagra), Tadalafil (Cialis) and Vardenafil (Levitra), have generally been proven safe, recreational use of these drugs is associated with higher risks of sexually-transmitted diseases (
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By Daniel J. DeNoon
Erectile dysfunction drugs may lower a man's risk of heart disease and of noncancer prostate symptoms.
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By Pamela Poppalardo
Although the drugs used to treat Erectile Dysfunction, Sildenafil (Viagra), Tadalafil (Cialis) and Vardenafil (Levitra), have generally been proven safe, recreational use of these drugs is associated with higher risks of sexually-transmitted diseases (
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By Janny Scott
Jean G. Miele's heart attack happened on a sidewalk in Midtown Manhattan last May.
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By Nicholas Wade
In what could prove to be one of the first major drugs to emerge from the human genome project, a chemical that singles out a specific gene thought to increase the risk of heart attacks has shown promising results in a preliminary test.
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By Miranda Hitti
Sexual Function Problems or Urinary Incontinence Still Common 5 Years Later
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By Laurie Tarkin
Not all that long ago, a low cholesterol score was seen as a sign of relative good health and a low risk of heart disease.
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By Lawrence Altman
Cocaine users face a newly discovered and possibly fatal risk: coronary aneurysms, a ballooning of the walls of coronary arteries.
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By Lawrence Altman
Results from coronary bypass operations are similar whether they are performed while the heart is stopped or beating, the American Heart Association said yesterday.
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