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By Julia Bradshaw
Shares in a small British biotech based in leafy Surrey more than doubled after a gel the company has been developing for 15 years to treat erectile dysfunction aced late stage clinical trials.
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By Anna Magee
Over half of men aged 40-70 have experienced some form of erectile dysfunction (ED)
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By Dominic Harris
Statins taken to reduce cholesterol can give men a boost in the bedroom by improving erections, researchers have found.
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By Jenny Proudfoot
We all know the basics of what Viagra is: a little blue pill used to treat male erectile dysfunction.
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By Lizzie Mulherin
ERECTILE dysfunction impacts approximately one fifth of men over the age of 60, according to health experts.
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By Diane Palmer
Men who take Viagra were found to have a lower risk of heart attack occurrences or dying due to heart failure.
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By Allison Crick
There have been worries that Viagra and similar erectile dysfunction medications, called PDE5 inhibitors, could increase the risk of developing skin cancer.
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By ITV News
The North West has the highest number of people diagnosed with heart failure in the UK, according to new figures.
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By New Zealand Herald
The little blue pill that has restored the sex lives of millions of men could soon be transformed - into a faster-acting skin patch
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By Jereco Paloma
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has recently approved an application for the first generic version of Viagra, a popular medicine in treating men with impotence or erectile dysfunction.
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By CBS News
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is warning consumers to avoid a "male enhancement" product sold online that contains a potentially hazardous drug ingredient.
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By Lauren Pastrana
Millions of men credit Viagra for saving their sex lives. But nearly two decades after hitting the market, Viagra is now being credited for literally saving the lives of children.
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By Samica Knight
We usually think of Viagra as a drug for older men. But, some people as young as teenagers are secretly taking the little blue pill. Doctors say taking the drug may have some dangerous side effects many don't know about.
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By Andrew Gregory
Researchers found the drug sildenafil - sold under Viagra and other trade names - boosts insulin sensitivity in people with pre-diabetes
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By Transparency Market Research
The global erectile dysfunction drugs market is set to decline in the coming few years.
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By SEO JI-EUN
As the patent for erectile dysfunction drug Cialis expires in Korea today, an array of domestic pharmaceutical producers are scrambling to roll out cheaper generic alternatives.
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By Gareth May
Viagra prescriptions rose dramatically over the past 12 months in Britain. Gareth May looks at the reasons why more and more men are popping the little blue pill
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By Independent UK
The number of prescriptions for Viagra and other erectile dysfunction drugs has gone up by more than a quarter in a year, official figures show.
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By Rachel E. Gross
When it comes to addressing sexual dysfunction, men have no shortage of options. For women, alas, there are none.
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By Alex Ronan
The less-than sexily named flibanserin, sometimes called the “female version of Viagra,” may finally get FDA approval this week. The pill, which targets lost libido in women, has been twice rejected.
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