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  1. Good News for Heart Patients With Impotence

    June 28, 2005 -- Important new research shows that many heart patients with erectile dysfunction may be able to safely stop taking the heart medication that makes them ineligible for erectile dysfunction drugs. A sexual medicine specialist calls the findings "groundbreaking," and a noted cardiologis

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  2. Pfizer: Viagra Does Not Raise Blindness Risk

    June 28, 2005 -- Pfizer officials say they have found no sign of increased blindness risk in men taking its drug Viagra. Pfizer staff have reviewed all reports of eye-related events since the drug has been on the market, according to a news release from the pharmaceutical company. "There is no evide

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  3. House Vote Bars Impotence Drugs From Medicare

    June 24, 2005 -- Viagra and other erectile dysfunction drugs won't be covered when Medicare launches its prescription drug benefit in January, according to a spending bill passed in the House of Representatives Friday. Lawmakers voted to bar Medicare or Medicaid from paying for the drugs as part of

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  4. Viagra Label May Note Rare Vision Problems

    May 27, 2005 -- Viagra's label may change to reflect rare vision problems reported by a few men who have used the erectile dysfunction drug. Viagra's maker, Pfizer, issued a statement saying it is "in discussions with the [FDA] to update the Viagra label to reflect these rare ocular occurrences. "Vi

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  5. Experts: Pills Best for Erectile Dysfunction

    May 24, 2005 - Erectile dysfunction? Try a pill first, experts say. Viagra, Levitra, and Cialis are the mainstays of comedy monologues. And they should be the mainstay of serious treatment for erectile dysfunction, according to new treatment guidelines released today by the American Urological Assoc

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  6. Rare Reports of Vision Loss With Viagra

    April 1, 2005 -- Fourteen men reportedly have had vision loss while taking the erectile dysfunction erectile dysfunction drug Viagra, say ophthalmologists at the University of Minnesota. The men lost only part of their vision. Cases appear to be very rare. Most of the affected men had other health p

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  7. Web Sites Selling Herbal 'Viagra' Criticized

    March 24, 2005 -- Web sites touting herbal "Viagra" for erectile dysfunction draw criticism in a new British study. It's easy and confidential to find such sites, say the researchers. But "patients should be cautious as safety and reliability of this approach is poor, " they write. They're particula

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  8. Weight Loss for Erectile Dysfunction (ED)

    Weight loss may help men with erectile dysfunction (ED), Italian scientists say.

  9. FDA Targets Sex-Enhancing Supplements

    Nov. 2, 2004 -- The FDA is warning men to steer clear of two dietary supplements promoted and sold on the Internet for treating erectile dysfunction and enhancing sexual performance. The FDA says the supplements, sold under the names Actra-Rx or Yilishen, actually contain an active prescription ingr

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  10. Better-Sex Supplements Slammed

    Sept. 23, 2004 -- Improve penis length! Girth! Erection! Sex drive! The science behind these claims comes up short, according to a new report. The Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI) has set its researchers onto those better-erection pills. These are the supplements that are marketed in

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