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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By Luana Bossolo
Researchers at Yale University's School of Medicine have designed a new form of estrogen that could improve the treatment of vaginal atrophy, commonly referred to as vaginal dryness. Experienced by many postmenopausal and other women with lost or dimin
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What women want 2001-03-13
By Claire Bowles
For women who've lost that loving feeling the idea of a physical fix is very seductive. But is it the answer, asks Diane Martindale
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By Alison Palkhivala
Cut Your Cancer Risk
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By Steve Bradt
Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania and other institutions have identified an enzyme that appears to play a key role in bringing on sexual dysfunction in both men and women – and a second molecule that can just as easily yank the offend
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By Walter Neary
The same basic process used by the popular pharmaceutical Viagra may someday help people suffering from a variety of conditions, from allergies to diabetes. Viagra’s success has raised interest in the growing study of phosphodiesterase (PDE) inhi
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By Toni Baker
A potential new pathway for treating erectile dysfunction that focuses on decreasing contraction of smooth muscles – rather than enhancing their relaxation which is how drugs like Viagra work – has been identified by researchers at the Medi
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By Lee Aase
A study published in tomorrow’s edition of Circulation reports that sildenafil citrate (Viagra), when combined with nitrates, can cause serious and prolonged decreases in blood flow through critically narrowed coronary arteries.
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By Linda Gruner
Men with signs of benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) can be helped with a daily dose of erectile dysfunction drug tadalafil (Cialis®) to relieve associated lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS), according to a new study published in the October 2008
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By Mark Shwartz
A century-old mystery about sex finally appears to have been solved by a Stanford-led team of researchers.
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By Beverly Hassell
Scientists at Bristol-Myers Squibb have identified a promising new class of drugs that may yield strong candidates for the treatment of erectile dysfunction (also known as impotence) that may be more potent and have fewer side effects than the popular
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By Claire Bowles
THE anti-impotence drug Viagra may help make babies-but not in the way you think. The little blue pill might also help some infertile women get pregnant, according to researchers in Nevada.
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By Carole Bullock
Erectile dysfunction may be an early warning sign of heart disease, according to research being presented today at the American Heart Association Scientific Sessions. Therefore, physicians should determine the cause of a man's erectile dysfunction and
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By Susan Anderson
Study finds problems with buying drugs on the Internet
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By A. E. Granstedt
The pain and itching associated with shingles and herpes may be due to the virus causing a "short circuit" in the nerve cells that reach the skin, Princeton researchers have found.
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By Reuters
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By Kim Irwin
Using an engineered common cold virus, UCLA researchers delivered a genetic payload to prostate cancer cells that allowed them, using Positron Emission Tomography (PET), to locate the diseased cells as they spread to the lymph nodes, the first place pr
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