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  1. How Extra Weight Gain Can Lead to ED?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 25 | Examiner.com

    Erectile dysfunction has become a topic of popular interest, but is still greatly misunderstood by men and the general public. Modern medical research has been revisiting the study of erectile dysfunction in recent years, due to the rising use of ED pill treatments like Viagra, Cialis and Levitra.

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  2. 'Viagra 077' Dietary Supplement Contains The Active Drug In ViagraRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 24 | Forbes.com

    I'm a pharmacologist, freelance science and medical writer, educator, and speaker with a passion for public understanding of science and medicine. I earned a Ph.D. in pharmacology and therapeutics from the University of Florida and a B.S. in toxicology from the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Science.

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  3. Treatments evolving for premature ejeculationRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | Canada.com

    Some guys compare their sex lives to visiting a Disney theme park - hours of anticipation followed by a few minutes of intense fun. If that ride is actually measured in seconds, they might be exhibiting premature ejaculation .

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  4. Flashback Friday: When Manny Ramirez spiked a Red Sox clubhouse drink with ViagraRead the original story

    Friday May 22 | Boston.com

    The newly-elected Hall of Famer told Meyers the story of Manny bringing a bottle of Mama Juana -- a drink from the Dominican which some claims to be an aphrodisiac -- into the Red Sox clubhouse during the 2004 Red Sox-Yankees ALCS series. Pedro said he added gin, wine, and honey to Manny's mix before Ramirez added one more key ingredient.

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  5. Cork doctors trialling Viagra benefits during pregnancyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | The Irish World Newspaper

    A group of Cork doctors have initiated a potentially ground-breaking trial, as they seek to test the benefits of Viagra to pregnant women whose children are suffering from growth restriction. Professor Louise Kenny, of the Irish Centre for Fetal and Neonatal Translational Research, and other obstetricians wondered if the effects of the drug could help to increase blood flow in the womb to help foetuses struggling to grow.

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  6. COFFEE could be nature's Viagra as daily caffeine reduces impotenceRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 20 | Daily Mail

    The Late Show's David Letterman signs off after 33 years with humble tribute to his wife and son as a succession of stars and four American presidents bid farewell to the king of late night Police identify man suspected of killing CEO, his wife and their son in DC mansion - after finding his DNA on a Domino's pizza eaten at the scene Elderly couple leave $850,000 savings to 'America' in their will after escaping the Nazis in WW2 and coming to US from Czech Republic How 'kayak killer' stunned friends by cheerfully singing Hotel California at a bar days after her fiance's death... as ex-boyfriend reveals her spiteful side Mystery 'alien' lights on Ceres as never seen before: Dawn probe zooms in on bright flashes from 4,500 miles away Dying anorexic actress, 37, who weighs approximately 40 pounds, makes heart-wrenching video plea for help as hospitals say she is 'too skinny to treat' Bill ... (more)

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  7. Could Viagra make it harder to spread malaria?Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 16 | CNET News.com

    The drug that comes in a little blue pill could help keep malaria contained by stiffening up the parasite that causes it, say researchers. Just saying the word "Viagra" can lead to flustered faces and suppressed laughter.

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  8. Viagra Joins Fight To Stop The Spread Of MalariaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 11 | MSN Healthy Living

    A collaborative study by French and English scientists observed that Viagra, the world's most famous "little blue pill," is able to stop the parasite which causes malaria from spreading from humans to mosquitoes. Experts believe this fascinating side effect of the erectile dysfunction medication could help control malaria cases and protect populations where the disease is prevalent.

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  9. Viagra Could Prevent Malaria Transmission By Recruiting Red Blood Cells And SpleenRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 11 | Medical Daily

    A collaborative study by French and English scientists observed that Viagra, the world's most famous "little blue pill," is able to stop the parasite which causes malaria from spreading from humans to mosquitoes. Experts believe this fascinating side effect of the erectile dysfunction medication could help control malaria cases and protect populations where the disease is prevalent.

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  10. Viagra sales grow 47% in ChinaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 11 | The Independent

    Note: We do not store your email address but your IP address will be logged to prevent abuse of this feature. Please read our Legal Terms & Policies Sales of Viagra rose 47 per cent in China last year, helping Pfizer, the pharmaceutical giant behind the drug, counteract falling global sales.

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  11. Viagra to prevent transmission of the malaria parasite?Read the original story

    Monday May 11 | Medical News Today

    By increasing the stiffness of erythrocytes infected by the causal agent of malaria , Viagra favors their elimination from the blood circulation and may therefore reduce transmission of the parasite from humans to mosquitoes. This astonishing discovery, made by scientists from the CNRS, INSERM, Universite Paris Descartes - at the Institut Cochin - and the Institut Pasteur, working in collaboration with a team from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, could lead to a treatment to reduce the spread of malaria within a population.

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  12. Effects of Viagra could curb the spread of malariaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 8 | ITV

    The drug, best known for treating erectile dysfunction, has a "stiffening" effect on the malaria parasite Plasmodium in red blood cells which reduces transmission of the disease from humans to mosquitoes, researchers found. Scientists from the University of Paris Descartes discovered that cells containing the "stiffened" parasites became less flexible and more likely to be trapped by the spleen.

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  13. Impotency drug Viagra could stop spread of deadly malaria, new study showsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 8 | Mirror.co.uk

    The impotency drug has an effect on red blood cells that reduces transmission of the malaria parasite Plasmodium from humans to mosquitoes. The surprise discovery could lead to a new way of protecting populations from the infection that kills a million people each year, mostly children under the age of five.

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  14. Flashback Friday: When Manny Ramirez Spiked a Red Sox Clubhouse Drink with ViagraRead the original story

    Friday May 8 | Boston.com

    The newly-elected Hall of Famer told Meyers the story of Manny bringing a bottle of Mama Juana -- a drink from the Dominican which some claims to be an aphrodisiac -- into the Red Sox clubhouse during the 2004 Red Sox-Yankees ALCS series. Pedro said he added gin, wine, and honey to Manny's mix before Ramirez added one more key ingredient.

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  15. Viagra To Prevent Transmission Of The Malaria Parasite? INSERM StudyRead the original story

    Thursday May 7 | BioSpace

    By increasing the stiffness of erythrocytes infected by the causal agent of malaria, Viagra favors their elimination from the blood circulation and may therefore reduce transmission of the parasite from humans to mosquitoes. This astonishing discovery, made by scientists from the CNRS, INSERM, UniversitA Paris Descartes - at the Institut Cochin - and the Institut Pasteur, working in collaboration with a team from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, could lead to a treatment to reduce the spread of malaria within a population.

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  16. 'Longer lasting sex' company preyed on vulnerable men with...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 7 | Mirror.co.uk

    Advanced Medical Institute pressured clients who forked out A 78 million on nasal sex spray but face potential claims for compensation A court has slammed a firm that promised "longer lasting sex" after it found they had told vulnerable men their penises would shrink if they did not get treatment for impotence. The decision opens the door for many people to seek compensation from Advanced Medical Institute, who sold a nasal spray that claimed to make men last longer in bed, after the Federal Court in Australia found them guilty of unconscionable conduct.

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  17. Authorities warn of illegal remedies for erectile dysfunctionRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 7 | Korea Herald

    Health authorities Thursday warned that many "natural remedies" for erectile dysfunction that are currently being sold illegally online contain sildenafil, a medication that can be purchased only with a doctor's prescription. An overdose of the drug, which is most commonly sold as Viagra, can lead to serious health problems including a heart attack.

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  18. Chinese Men Spark a 47% Surge in Viagra Sales for PfizerRead the original story

    Sunday May 3 | BioSpace

    Chinese men have long used traditional medicines such as deer antler, caterpillar fungus, and wolfberry to treat impotence. In recent years, Pfizer has found success touting a different remedy: better sex via its little blue pill.

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  19. Viagra Keeps Pfizer's China Sales RisingRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 3 | Bloomberg

    Connecting decision makers to a dynamic network of information, people and ideas, Bloomberg quickly and accurately delivers business and financial information, news and insight around the world. Chinese men have long used traditional medicines such as deer antler, caterpillar fungus, and wolfberry to treat impotence.

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  20. FIR ordered against Snapdeal CEO for selling medicinesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 1 | Hindustan Times

    The Maharashtra Food and Drug Administration on Friday ordered the registration of an FIR against e-commerce major Snapdeal.com's CEO Kunal Bahl and other directors for selling prescription drugs online without licence. "We have filed a case against Kunal Bahl and the other directors of Snapdeal.

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