How Clogged Arteries Can Lead to ED
The link between atherosclerosis -- the hardening of the body's arteries -- and erectile dysfunction is well known to doctors. If you have ED, understanding the connection might save your life.
High Blood Pressure Drugs and Erectile Dysfunction
Learn more from WebMD about which high blood pressure drugs cause erectile dysfunction and which don't.
What Is Tubal Ligation?
Are you considering getting your tubes tied for birth control? You’ll want to know what’s involved in tubal ligation, how effective it is, and whether it can be reversed if you change your mind later on.
Oral HPV and Cancer
What’s the link between the virus and head and neck cancers? Know the basics and protect yourself.
Genital Warts (Human Papillomavirus or HPV)
Learn more from WebMD about human papillomavirus (HPV), which causes genital warts and can lead to some cancers.
HPV Infection in Men
HPV infection in men can cause health problems, too. Learn more.
HPV vaccines can protect young girls and women against cervical and other cancers. Learn more about them from the experts at WebMD.
Drugs Linked to Erectile Dysfunction
WebMD provides a comprehensive list of drugs that may cause erectile dysfunction.
Future Treatments for Erectile Dysfunction
New treatments for erectile dysfunction are being developed. WebMD takes a look.
Vascular Reconstructive Surgery for ED
Vascular reconstructive surgery can be used to improve the blood supply to the penis - in certain cases. WebMD looks at this treatment for erectile dysfunction.