Erectile dysfunction can take the light out of men’s lives.
Discovering a genetic basis for erectile dysfunction that is linked to Type-2 diabetes will make it easier to identify those at risk – and novel treatments.
Aerobic exercise can improve erections in men suffering from erectile dysfunction.
Natural supplements may be popular, but they can have dangerous side effects when they include prescription drugs.
Men who can't take drugs for erectile dysfunction and overweight people who can't lose weight sometimes turn to natural supplements, thinking they are safe. Many times, they are not.
Antidepressants bring in almost $17 billion a year for the pharmaceutical industry, and yet science shows their benefit to be small. Natural therapies such as diet, exercise, light therapy and cognitive behavioural therapy are just as effective.
These four “natural” therapies for depression have rigorous, peer-reviewed scientific studies to support their use.
New research suggests that midlife Canadians struggle with a variety of sexual problems, with low desire reported as most common for both men and women.
Low libido, problems ejaculating, vaginal pain -- these problems are common for midlife Canadians, and some of them are way more likely if you're married.
Erectile dysfunction can cause relationship problems if the man doesn’t share what’s going on in his head.
Many men experience erectile dysfunction. It might not be an exaggeration to say all men might experience it at some time or another.
Changes to lifestyle factors help reverse erectile dysfunction, new research shows. Over 800 men took part in the five-year…
Two thirds of Australian men aged 45 and over are at risk of suffering from erectile dysfunction.
Almost two thirds of men aged 45 and over have reported experiencing erectile dysfunction, a new study has shown. The study…
Harder times ahead for Pfizer as Viagra patents end.
Those for whom Viagra is indispensable might be a little surprised that the ubiquitous blue, diamond-shaped pill was a chance discovery by a group of research pharmaceutical chemists at Pfizer’s research…
Erectile dysfunction may be a sign of heart problems in future, the study found.
Men with severe erectile dysfunction are 60% more likely to be hospitalised for coronary heart disease and twice as likely…