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  1. Warning on herbal sex drugsRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Bangkok Post

    Some herbal sexual supplements sold for men have been found to also contain the drug aildenafil, a chemical compound similar to the anti-impotence drug Viagra but it is not approved and could pose a health risk, the Department of Medical Sciences has warned. The department recently examined herbal medicines on sale that claimed to enhance sexual desire and it found they mostly contained three ingredients - sildenafil , tadanafil and vardenafil which require a doctor's prescription.

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  2. Caffeine to Viagra: Medications saving preemies may surprise youRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 17 | Science Daily

    This month is Prematurity Awareness Month and today is World Prematurity Day. What many people may not know is part of the comprehensive care for the tiniest babies includes medications such as Sildenafil and caffeine.

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  3. Why Viagra, caffeine are saving preemies' livesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 17 | Fox News

    Caffeine and Viagra are typically used to treat adult medical conditions, but they may be life-saving for preemie babies. Doctors at Nationwide Children's Hospital use the medications as part of the comprehensive care for the tiniest babies, according to a news release timed to World Premature Day.

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  4. Caffeine to Viagra: The Medications Saving Preemies May Surprise YouRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 17 | Newswise

    This month is Prematurity Awareness Month and today is World Prematurity Day. What many people may not know is part of the comprehensive care for the tiniest babies includes medications such as Sildenafil and caffeine.

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  5. You Think You Know Erectile Dysfunction, But You Don't: 8 Little-Known Causes Of ImpotenceRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 12 | Medical Daily

    Viagra won't do anything for ED if the underlying, sometimes surprising cause isn't treated first. Here's what men should look out for.

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  6. There's a reason 'herbal' sex supplements really workRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 31 | Consumer Reports

    Gulp down some ULTRAsize tabs or swallow a few capsules of Herbal Stud and you really might be able to push it "longer," "stronger," and "harder," as their sex supplement ads proclaim. But beware: Even though these "miraculous" sexual performance pills have the words "herbal" or "100% natural" splashed across the packaging, there's a good chance that they are anything but.

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  7. Golden spear: a thorn in Big Pharma's ED business in China?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 3 | In-PharmaTechnologist.com

    A generic version of Viagra launched in China contains the same amount of sildenafil citrate for a fraction of the price according to manufacturer Guangzhou Baiyuanshan Pharmaceutical Holdings . The product - known as as 'Jin'ge,' or "golden spear" in English - was launched this week and is the first non-branded version of Pfizer's blockbuster erectile dysfunction tablet brough to market in China following the loss of patent protection in May. GBPH said it will sell one pack of Jin'ge for 48 yuan - which is 60% lower than the price Pfizer charges for Viagra in China - and signalled its desire to capture a share of the country's erectile dysfunction drug market.

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  8. Baiyunshan's "Golden Spear" Targets Sweet Spot with Viagra CloneRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 16, 2014 | Barron's

    China's pharmaceutical industry is on a winning formula for success: combine the world's most populous nation with ageing demographics, add an increasing incidence of lifestyle diseases, and the result is a prescription for growing demand for quality medicines in general, and generic drugmakers like Baiyunshan in particular. But branded medication does not come cheap in China.

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  9. Viagra use can lead to vision disturbances in someRead the original story

    Sunday Nov 2 | Newkerala.com

    Research at University of New South Wales found that sildenafil, an active ingredient in the erectile dysfunction drug Viagra, can inhibit an enzyme which is important for transmitting light signals from the retina to the brain and its use in high doses can cause transient disturbances in the vision of some healthy people. Researcher Lisa Nivison-Smith said that side effects can include sensitivity to bright light, blurred vision and altered colour vision and people who have normal vision but who carry a single copy of the mutant gene for the blinding disease, Retinitis Pigmentosa, could be more susceptible to these changes.

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    Thursday Oct 30 | Consultant Pharmacist

    The very detailed manual to native, secure, and continuous treatments for impotence. One of outstanding sex physicians applies sexual and psychological methods that may aid the more than 40 million people.

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  11. Study finds drugs still in recalled supplementsRead the original story

    Wednesday Oct 29 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    Dietary supplements containing potentially dangerous prescription drug ingredients may still be for sale even years after safety recalls, a study found. In supplements bought online, researchers detected hidden steroids, similar ingredients to Viagra and Prozac and a weight loss drug linked with heart attacks.

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  12. Dow 30 Earnings: Pfizer Third Quarter 2014Read the original story

    Tuesday Oct 28 | Value Line

    Pfizer , the New York-based drugmaker and a Dow-30 component, has reported third-quarter earnings of $0.42 a share, versus $0.39 in the comparable period of 2013. Year-over-year improvement was driven primarily by sharp cost cutting, offset by lower revenues.

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  13. Former Sinopec consultant accused of taking HK$600,000 bribeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 27 | South China Morning Post

    A former consultant of a petroleum company, accused of accepting bribes totalling HK$600,000 and possessing illegal drugs, will appear in Eastern Court this afternoon after being charged by Hong Kong's anti-corruption agency. Zhang Guoqiang, 64, was a consultant for Sinopec Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of listed company China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation , one of the world's biggest firms by revenue.

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  14. Daily dose of Viagra to ease pain of cystitisRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 27 | Mail on Sunday

    Newlywed, 29, with terminal cancer fulfills bucket list with visit to Grand Canyon just five days before she plans to take her own life Jilted school shooter sent a text inviting his friends to lunch in cafeteria then opened fire killing two girls and himself A math question for the US media: What's going to kill more American kids this year? Ebola or guns? 'I had a cold': Anne Hathaway denies she refused to shake hands with Argentinian journalist in case she caught Ebola Slashed wrists, sex with prison guards and a jailhouse lesbian lover: Inside the twisted world of Susan Smith 20 years after she drowned her sons and blamed 'a black man' BP's Deepwater Horizons spill left giant 'bathtub ring' made up of ten MILLION gallons of oil on Gulf of Mexico seafloor How Jackie O was unimpressed when JFK Jr brought Madonna home because singer posed as Marilyn Monroe on Life cover, explosive book ... (more)

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  15. Viagra: it could be used to treat heart diseaseRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 24 | Staffordshire Newsletter

    NHS Choices says a new review into the potential heart benefits of the active ingredient in erectile dysfunction drugs such as sildenafil , found it could help patients with delicate hearts by boosting blood flow. It can also help prevent the thickening of the heart's main pumping chamber, caused by it having to work too hard.

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  16. Recalled Supplements Could Still Be on Store Shelves, Study FindsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 23 | Health.com

    Two-thirds of dietary supplements recalled by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration because they contained banned ingredients remained on store shelves at least six months after they were recalled, a new study finds. For example, in July 2013, researchers were able to purchase EverSlim - a weight-loss supplement that had been recalled in February 2012 by the FDA.

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  17. Recalled Supplements Linger on U.S. Store Shelves, Study FindsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 22 | MedlinePlus

    Two-thirds of dietary supplements recalled by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration because they contained banned ingredients remained on store shelves at least six months after they were recalled, a new study finds. For example, in July 2013, researchers were able to purchase EverSlim -- a weight-loss supplement that had been recalled in February 2012 by the FDA.

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  18. Study Finds Drugs Still in Recalled SupplementsRead the original story

    Wednesday Oct 22 | Pharmaceutical Processing

    Dietary supplements containing potentially dangerous prescription drug ingredients may still be for sale even years after safety recalls, a study found. In supplements bought online, researchers detected hidden steroids, similar ingredients to Viagra and Prozac and a weight loss drug linked with heart attacks.

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  19. Some nutritional supplements still unsafe after recallRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 21 | The Honolulu Advertiser

    When the Food & Drug Administration recalls your "all natural" dietary supplement for containing prescription pharmaceuticals, you may think that ensures a rapid restoration of the misbranded product to its wholesome natural state, right? Several months after supplements were recalled for being illegally laced with prescription drugs, researchers bought them off the shelves and from the online inventories of supplement retailers and checked whether they continued to contain the illegal substances for which they'd been recalled. And in more than 1 in 5 cases, the researchers found a second illegal ingredients in the recalled products.

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  20. Dietary supplements may contain risky prescription drugs even after...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 22 | Canada.com

    Dietary supplements containing potentially dangerous prescription drug ingredients may still be for sale even years after safety recalls, a study found. In supplements bought online, researchers detected hidden steroids, similar ingredients to Viagra and Prozac and a weight loss drug linked with heart attacks.

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