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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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By Nick Tate
Viagra may do more than spice up your sex life. New research shows the erectile dysfunction drug and similar medicines can relieve nerve damage caused by diabetes.
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By Mary Ann Liebert
A new study has shed light on Viagra observing that Viagra can have anti-cancer, antibacterial, and therapeutic effects if used with new drugs.
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By Marissa Payne
The River Plate soccer team from Argentina has come up with a new way to combat altitude sickness on a trip to the highlands of Bolivia.
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By Sarah McCabe
Blockbuster Viagra has dipped but despite the expiration of its highly valuable patent
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By Bart Nowak and David Tait
On January 7, 2015, Justice de Montigny of the Federal Court released his judgment and reasons in Eli Lilly Canada Inc. v. Mylan Pharmaceuticals ULC, 2015 FC 17, allowing Lilly’s application for an order prohibiting the Minister of Health from issuing
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