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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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By Andrew Pollack
Is sexual desire a human right? And are women entitled to a little pink pill to help them feel it?
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By Patricia Silva
A new study recently published in the journal Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases revealed that the drug sildenafil can help on the healing of digital ulcers in patients with systemic sclerosis.
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By Sophie Freeman
Men who drink one or two mugs of coffee a day are less likely to suffer from erectile dysfunction, a study has found.
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By Christina Finn
Viagra is best known for one reason alone, but scientists in Cork are going to try and use it for a very different purpose – making babies grow in womb.
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By Diane Kelly
Viagra. Levitra. Cialis. Stendra. For millions of men with erectile dysfunction, these drugs are the action heroes of the bedroom, breaking down the barriers that keep them from a normal sex life. Here’s how they work.
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By John von Radowitz
Researchers have discovered a surprising new use for the drug as it shows to be effective in killing red blood cells infected with the tropical disease
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By Bloomberg News
Chinese men have long used traditional medicines such as deer antler, caterpillar fungus, and wolfberry to treat impotence.
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By Thomas Alderson, MD
These medications have given men a relatively safe and effective treatment option. When used properly with the guidance of a physician, they can help men combat the physical limitations of ED.
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By Healthday
Popping a little blue pill doesn't guarantee that an older man will be happy with his sex life, British researchers report.
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By Satish Misra, MD
A recent retrospective study from the Center for Connected Health in Boston has suggested pretty impressive benefits associated with a remote monitoring program for heart failure patients.
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By Dr. Donald T. Weed and Paolo Serafini
A drug commonly used to overcome erectile dysfunction, Tadalafil, the generic form of Cialis, may help patients fight cancer.
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By Newsmax
Viagra is the most effective treatment for erectile dysfunction, but it also has a higher rate of side effects than other options, according to an analysis of more than 150 trials.
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By Bart Nowak and David Tait
On February 23, 2015, the Federal Court released its judgment in the latest of three PM(NOC) proceedings relating to Eli Lilly’s CIALIS (tadalafil) patents.
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By Bloomberg News
Pfizer's tab to keep its best- selling drugs on top and turn its newer ones into tomorrow's blockbusters? More than $1 billion.
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By Rob Waugh
A new technique promises to beat Viagra by offering rock-hard erections triggered by flashes of coloured light – without needing sexual stimuli (which Viagra relies on).
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By Proquest
Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield inMissouri members now have a more convenient way to see a doctor for non-emergency needs when their own doctor is not readily available.
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