By HealthDay
Erectile Dysfunction Linked to Heart Disease June 09, 2003 09:50:05 AM PST, HealthDay FRIDAY, May ...
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By WebMD Health News
Healthy Diet Has No Short-Term Effect On Cancer Risk
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By Celia Hall
A new drug for male impotence which lasts for 24 hours or longer becomes available in Britain today.
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By Sharon Butler
Incidents of heart attack and stroke, some fatal, in a small number of men taking the drug Viagra have remained a puzzle. After all, Viagra, commonly prescribed for erectile dysfunction, was originally developed to prevent these conditions -- not only
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By Andrew Porterfield
When Viagra was introduced in 1999, the drug's manufacturer warned of a number of visual side effects, including possible nerve damage to the eyes. But a UC Irvine College of Medicine study rules out some of these risks -- even when the drug is taken i
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By WebMD Health News
Luvox Eases Difficult-to-Treat Condition
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By Julie Penne
A much smaller percentage of men regain "normal" sexual function after treatment for prostate surgery than has been commonly believed, a survey has found.
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By WebMD Health News
Major Traumas Could be Hazardous to Men's Health
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By Richard Lane
Results of a preliminary study in this week's issue of THE LANCET suggest that Viagra may have a future role in the treatment of pulmonary hypertension (increased blood pressure in the pulmonary artery), a severe and potentially fatal condition causing
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By Daniel J. DeNoon
Value of PSA Screening Questioned
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By Sara Selis
Squeezed by the rising cost of prescription drugs, health plans and other health-care organizations are pursuing cost-saving strategies such as encouraging the use of generics, using narrowly tailored drug formularies and implementing multi-tiered co-p
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By Carole Bullock
Men with congestive heart failure and erectile dysfunction (ED) safely used sildenafil (Viagra) to improve sexual function in a study reported in today's rapid access issue of Circulation: Journal of the American Heart Association.
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By WebMD Health News
Allium Group of Vegetables Has Antioxidant Properties
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By Geoff Cook
More than 80 percent of men taking two or more drugs for their high blood pressure reported improvement in their erections and their ability to have sexual intercourse after taking Viagra® (sildenafil citrate) for 12 weeks to treat their erectile d
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By Emma Wilkinson
Overly medical approaches to sex ignore the social and interpersonal dynamics of relationships, argue researchers in this week’s BMJ.
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By Lee Aase
Using ultrasound images of the heart during exercise, Mayo Clinic researchers have shown for the first time that sildenafil citrate (Viagra®) does not adversely affect blood flow to the heart in men with stable coronary artery disease who are not t
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By Peter Sherwood
Scientists at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory have found that experimentally altering nitric oxide levels in the developing brain of tadpoles significantly affects brain size and the number of brain cells. The study is significant because it is the first
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By Karen Hunter
Bicycling has a significantly positive effect in treating sexual dysfunction in men with chronic heart failure, according to a report presented today at the American Heart Association’s Scientific Sessions 2001 conference.
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By David Williamson
To varying degrees, medical implants such as catheters, artificial organs and sensors placed under the skin are critical to curing illness or making life better for the infirm, but they also raise the risk of serious infection. More than half of all ho
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By Jeanie Lerche Davis
Is a Male 'Change of Life' Fact or Fiction?
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