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2008-07-24 00:00:12

By The Associated Press CHICAGO (AP) - Viagra'seffect in women has been disappointing, but a new small study finds those on antidepressants might benefit from taking the little blue pills.The research involving 98 premenopausal women found Viagra helped with orgasm. But the benefits did not extend to other aspects of sex such as desire, researchers report in Wednesday's Journal of the American Medical Association."For women on antidepressants with orgasm problems, this may provide some...

2008-07-23 21:00:18

By Carla K. Johnson CHICAGO - Viagra's effect in women has been disappointing, but a new small study finds those on antidepressants may benefit from taking the little blue pills. The research involving 98 premenopausal women found Viagra helped with orgasm. But the benefits did not extend to other aspects of sex such as desire, researchers report in today's Journal of the American Medical Association. "For women on antidepressants with orgasm problems, this may provide some wonderful...

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2008-07-23 06:00:00

Researchers found the popular anti-impotence pill, Viagra, may help some women on antidepressants have better sex. The report, published in Wednesday's Journal of the American Medical Association, studied 98 premenopausal women who found Viagra helped with orgasm. Viagra's benefits did not extend to other areas of sexual health including desire. "For women on antidepressants with orgasm problems, this may provide some wonderful relief," said psychologist Stanley Althof, director of the...

2008-07-23 00:00:46

Women with sexual dysfunction caused by antidepressants experienced a reduction in adverse sexual effects after using Viagra, U.S. researchers said. Dr. H. George Nurnberg of the University of New Mexico School of Medicine in Albuquerque and colleagues compared the efficacy of sildenafil -- commonly known as the erectile dysfunction medication Viagra -- against placebos for treatment of sexual dysfunction such as orgasm delay or lack of arousal associated with serotonin reuptake inhibitor...

2008-07-05 00:00:03

By Chidanand Rajghatta WASHINGTON: It seems that watermelons don't just quench thirst, but also increase libido, says a new study. The fruit has some nourishing ingredients that affect the libido. These include lycopene - which is typically found in tomatoes; beta carotene; and the rising star among its phyto-nutrients - citrulline, whose beneficial functions include the ability to relax blood vessels, much like Viagra and other impotence drugs do. Scientists say when watermelon is...

2008-07-04 09:00:03

By BETSY BLANEY By Betsy Blaney The Associated Press LUBBOCK, Texas A slice of cool, fresh watermelon is a juicy way to top off a Fourth of July cookout and one that researchers say has effects similar to Viagra's - but don't necessarily expect it to keep the fireworks going all night long. Watermelons contain an ingredient called citrulline that can trigger production of a compound that helps relax blood vessels, similar to what happens when a man takes Viagra, said scientists in...

2008-07-04 00:00:02

By BETSY BLANEY LUBBOCK, Texas - A slice of cool, fresh watermelon is a juicy way to top off a Fourth of July cookout and one that researchers say has effects similar to Viagra - but don't necessarily expect it to keep the fireworks all night long. Watermelons contain an ingredient called citrulline that can trigger production of a compound that helps relax the body's blood vessels, similar to what happens when a man takes Viagra, said scientists in Texas, one of the nation's top...

2008-07-03 12:00:04

By Ashley Meeks, Las Cruces Sun-News, N.M. Jul. 3--LAS CRUCES -- "And you've been throwing them away all this time," said Darrell Durr. The 31-year-old safety specialist at White Sands Missile Range was reacting Wednesday to the latest pop science tidbit on the airwaves, an alleged "Viagra effect" from watermelon, according to the research of Bhimu Patil, director of the Vegetable and Fruit Improvement Center at Texas A&M University in College Station. In the spotlight is an...

2008-07-01 18:00:05

By DR. MIRIAM STOPPARD THE idea of getting the medication you need at a fraction of the cost just by clicking on a computer screen can be tempting. In fact, selling prescription-only drugs over the internet is big business, and is said to account for one in 10 of all drugs purchases worldwide. But it could seriously damage your health - or even be fatal, which is why I'm wholly against taking any medication bought on the web. Tomorrow a new report by the European Alliance for...

2008-07-01 12:01:08

By Barry Shlachter, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Texas Jul. 1--This is not an Aggie joke. Someday watermelons might have Viagra-like properties, researchers at Texas A&M University predicted Monday. That said, much study and much breeding remain. One problem is that the beneficial ingredient in good-eating varieties -- citrulline -- is now mainly found in the rind. Researchers such as A&M's Steve King are trying to find melon with citrulline in the fruit's flesh. "We will...


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