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2011-04-07 00:00:29

Numbiya Aziz, a massage therapist in San Francisco at Men's Health Specialist, addresses the causes of male impotence in men over the age of 50 and how they can overcome it. Castro Valley, CA (Vocus/PRWEB) April 06, 2011 Numbiya Aziz, a San Francisco massage therapist at Men's Health Specialist, is looking at reducing sexual impotence in males over the age of 50 in the San Francisco Bay Area by addressing the causes of impotence. Aziz says these causes are attributed to both physical and...

2010-12-20 00:00:38

For years women have had doctors and clinics designed especially for the concerns they face. Now men have the same opportunity with the opening of Florida Men's Health Center. The Florida Men's Health Center is a clinic operated by men, for men, to treat a wide variety of problems men face. From colon and prostate disorders to impotence in young men, the clinic offers a confidential setting to talk about all of ones health needs and get treated today. They understand how hard it can be for a...

2010-12-06 00:00:40

Sinrex along with X4 Labs and a number of other acclaimed products have been documented to correct erectile dysfunction, impotence, micropenis, Peyronie's Disease and other conditions. Without the research and exposure from Enlargement Solutions doctors may have never recognized these treatments. Champlain, NY (PRWEB) December 4, 2010 Enlargement Solutions (http://www.enlargementsolutions.com) is a product review site focusing on male enhancement and penile augmentation methods that serve...

2009-07-07 02:00:00

LONDON, July 7 /PRNewswire/ -- - Former England Cricketer and Spin Ace, Phil Tufnell, and Media Doctor and GP, Dr Rob Hicks, Call on Men to Bat Away Embarrassment and Take Appropriate Action on Impotence With the first innings of the Ashes commencing this week, celebrity TV presenter and former England cricketer and spin ace, Phil Tufnell is calling on British blokes to think about their health as well as the Ashes Test Series this summer. Concerned that many men may not be able...

2009-03-07 00:14:43

U.S. and Italian researchers say hydrogen sulfide emitted by hot springs may act as a natural version of Viagra. The gas, which has a pungent odor often compared to the smell of rotten eggs, has been found to widen blood vessels and appears to be able to combat impotence, the Italian news service ANSA reported. The research was conducted under the guidance of researchers at Naples University and Nobel prize-winning pharmacologist Louis Ignarro of the University of California at Los Angeles....

2009-01-27 09:07:00

MISSISSAUGA, Ontario, Jan. 27 /PRNewswire/ -- "A 2005 Japan impotence study uses soft words about hard seats suggesting motorbike 'vibration may cause ED' and 'more studies are needed to determine the cause,' " says patent-granted author Randall Dale Chipkar. "Based upon limited information one cannot conclude motorcycle seats as causation for impotence." "Bicycling or hard scooter seats on rough roads are much more rigorous on the groin rather than modern day cruising seats. Not to mention...

2008-06-20 09:00:33

By PAUL SCHEMM By Paul Schemm The Associated Press CAIRO, Egypt Offering a cigarette is as common as a handshake in Egypt, where the culture of smoking is so entrenched that patients sometimes light up in hospital rooms. But now the government is getting serious about the health risks, launching a new campaign of stark visual warnings about tobacco's dangers. Starting Aug. 1, cigarette labels in Egypt will be required to carry images of the effects of smoking: a dying man in an...

2006-07-18 18:02:09

By Patricia Reaney LONDON (Reuters) - Men suffering from impotence should be screened for cardiovascular disease because it could be an early sign of the illness, Italian researchers said on Wednesday. They believe erectile dysfunction (ED) could be a "sentinel of the heart," enabling doctors to detect heart disease before symptoms occur. "A strict medical surveillance program should be mandatory in patients with ED, multiple risk factors and no clinical artery disease," said Dr...

2006-03-23 08:45:00

By Patricia Reaney LONDON -- Forget the Marlboro man -- new research shows that smoking, often marketed as a symbol of virility, increases the risk of impotence. "Men who smoke are up to 40 percent more likely to suffer from impotence than those who don't," said Dr Christopher Millett, of Imperial College London, who worked on the research. He added that the more cigarettes smoked, the greater the risk of suffering from a sexual performance problem. But even men who smoked less than 20...

2006-03-06 10:32:12

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Lipitor, a commonly prescribed cholesterol-lowering drug, may have extra benefits for men with impotence. Specifically, investigators have found that in men who are not initially helped by Viagra (sildenafil), treatment with Lipitor (atorvastatin) seems to improve sexual response, according to the results of a small study. Impotence, also referred to as erectile dysfunction, may involve a generalized disturbance of the lining of the blood vessels...


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