The prostate surgery that won't harm your sex life: New technique could spare men from impotency
Scientists hope the new technique, which limits this damage, will be available on the NHS within five years. Each year around 47,000 British men are diagnosed with prostate cancer.
24 days ago - Daily Mail
Viagra user, 26, now impotent after doctors 'mutilated' his penis
Nat Thind, of Hampshire, took Viagra in June. He claims doctors tried to subside his erection for three days before it went down naturally, but he has been left with permanent...
2 monthes ago - Daily Mail
Men who take small steps are 40% more likely to have erectile dysfunction
A study by scientists in Japan measured men's stride length and found those with smaller steps were more likely to suffer impotence.
2 monthes ago - Daily Mail
How to naturally avoid erectile dysfunction: Have great oral hygiene
Having good oral hygiene is crucial for your overall health. But did you know that it can also help prevent erectile dysfunction? According to an interesting study, there is a...
3 monthes ago - Natural News
Combining pycnogenol and L-arginine could help address erectile dysfunction naturally, suggests researchers
Taking L-arginine by itself may not be enough to improve the symptoms of erectile dysfunction. But researchers suggest that L-arginine could be taken alongside pycnogenol...
3 monthes ago - Natural News - 2 articles
Is oral hygiene the key to preventing erectile dysfunction?
Men could avoid the embarrassing symptoms of erectile dysfunction by making sure to brush, floss, and clean their mouths every day. A new study found a strong link between oral...
7 monthes ago - Natural News
Business psychologist, 71, undergoes a new treatment to reduce impotence risk
Surgery for prostate cancer may cause incontinence and impotence. Michael Wellin, 71, from London, underwent a new procedure that reduces those risks.
7 monthes ago - Daily Mail
Woman given impotence cream for eye problem
Its name was similar to one for dry eye and was given by mistake to a woman, who was injured as a result.
11 monthes ago - BBC - 2 articles
Maca May Help Improve Your Reproductive Health
Maca is a cruciferous herb that is often compared to a turnip or radish because of its appearance. 1 Also called Peruvian ginseng, 2 this plant was first documented in the...
One year ago - Mercola
Why So Many People Hate Winter
I do not know if “winter people” actually exist. All I know is that I'm definitely not one. I view this wretched season's icy winds, frozen slush, and musty parkas not as a...
One year ago - The Atlantic
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HRT containing oestrogen may cut the risk of breast cancer but pills with...
More than 27,000 women in the US were given a hormone replacement therapy or a placebo - oestrogen-only HRT was found to reduce cancer risk by 23 per cent while combined HRT...
Elderly Patients With Hypothyroidism Face High Risk of Death
Increased risk does not impact older adults with subclinical hypothyroidism
Many Kids With Renal Issue may be Prescribed Toxic Drugs
Among 1,018 children with newly diagnosed chronic kidney disease and 4,072 children with normal kidney function who were seen at primary care practices, 71% and 50%...
Drug that halves a woman's risk of breast cancer works for SEVEN YEARS after...
Arimidex halves the risk of breast cancer in postmenopausal women. Now, a study at Queen Mary University of London shows these effects last for a further seven years.
First-of-a-Kind in Vitro 3D Neural Tissue Model Developed
New study used stem cells successfully to engineer living biohybrid nerve tissue to develop 3D models of neural networks.
New Antimicrobial Polymer can Kill Antibiotic-resistant Bacteria
Fight infections: Newly designed antimicrobial polymer may pave the way for developing drugs to which bacteria are significantly less resistant. This ground-breaking discovery...
Patients Need to Understand The Risks Of Huntington's Disease Better
For patients with Huntington's disease , clinical trials can offer hope when there are no treatments available despite unknowns about whether the therapy will work or is safe.
Monitoring Procedural Pain and Distress in a Child With Rett Syndrome: A...
Background and Purpose: Whole body vibration training is a viable option for children with Rett syndrome; however, the positioning requirements and intense vibration may be...
Scientists find a brain circuit that controls food impulsivity
A new study conducted on rats from the University of Georgia found that when a a specific pathway was targeted, the rats lacked impulse control and more quickly tried to reach...
Frozen Embryo Transfer Tied to Cancer Risk in Kids
There wasn't an increased cancer risk among children born to parents who used other types of assisted reproductive technology such as fertility drugs, IVF or intracytoplasmic...