The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved the first medication designed to treat lack of sexual desire in premenopausal women, although some experts say it may be helpful for older women as well.
The more problems a man is having with erectile dysfunction, the greater his risk of being hospitalized with heart disease, a new Australian study finds.
For men in their 60s who are diagnosed with early-state prostate cancer, surgery doesn't help them live significantly longer than those who wait and monitor the slow-growing disease, a landmark new study finds.
Q: I suffer from erectile dysfunction. Why do I sometimes wake up in the middle of the night and have a stronger erection? -- CG
The Takeaway: Calculating Risks from Prostate Cancer Treatments, Pot Dispensaries and Obama's Jobs Plan
Prostate Cancer + Treatment = Sexual Dysfunction? Medical Marijuana = Less Crime? Payroll Tax Cut = Bad News for Social Security?
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