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Premium Health News ServiceHappy birthday, Viagra. It's been a decade since Pfizer's lovechild was borne through the straits of regulatory approval. The little pill has helped millions of men reclaim their pride and their sex lives. It has also spawned progeny, in a sense, in the...
You'd think there could be no downside to widespread screening for cancer. But that's not always the case. Studies on Pap smears, for example, show that atypical cells can disappear if they're left alone, while interventions can cause scarring and...
2ND WEEK Little Fokkers Meet the latest in Robert De Niro and Ben Stiller’s comedy franchise. Grit your teeth through the fairly short though agonizing duration of its stay. Then wave goodbye in relief as its huge cast of characters departs like...
HealthKey contributorIntimacy vs. cancer: It's the 2,000-pound elephant in the bedroom. Does intimacy have to end when a partner is diagnosed with cancer? There is no question that feelings of sexual desire and intimacy may change when a loved one is undergoing cancer...
Dear Annie: I believe my husband of 19 years is suffering from some form of mental illness. I need to know where to go for help - not for ''Steve,'' because he doesn't think he has a problem - but for our teenage children and me. It breaks my heart that...
The premise Gaylord "Greg" Focker (Ben Stiller), a nurse in charge of a medical surgical unit at a hospital, is looking for extra income. He is approached by sexy pharmaceutical drug representative Andi Garcia (Jessica Alba), who offers him a gig as a...
McClatchy Tribune NewspapersWhat won't women talk about? Bladder weakness, according to a poll by TENA and Harris Interactive. They'll talk about infertility (32 percent), their relationship with their spouse (30 percent) and even their own menopause (15 percent) before they'll...
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Content Courtesy of Harvard Men's Health WatchWhen men (and, for that matter, women) think about the powers of testosterone, they are not likely to consider mental processes. Indeed, the male hormone has much more obvious roles in a man's body. Still, new research suggests that testosterone may...
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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterJust in case anyone out there was unconvinced that erectile dysfunction is best treated by popping one of those well-advertised pills, the American College of Physicians has officially proclaimed the superiority of drugs such as Viagra, Levitra and Cialis...
Content Courtesy of Medical Edge from Mayo ClinicDEAR MAYO CLINIC: I keep hearing that Viagra is available on the Internet, and that I don't even need a prescription when I buy it that way. It sounds like a great way to save money, but are there any reasons this would not be a good idea? What are the...
McClatchy-TribuneGary Cooper. Alone. On the dusty main drag of some two-bit Western town. The clock tells us it's "High Noon" and Tex Ritter is singing: If I'm a man I must be brave And I must face that deadly killer Or lie a coward, a craven coward, Or lie a coward...
McClatchy NewspapersAs a society, we are watching more television and doing less exercise than we should, with increasingly adverse effects on our health. The reasons our patients give us for their TV watching include: "I work hard and need TV to relax," "Why should I...
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