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The ED Drug Wars

Published: May 10, 2011

Viagra is going generic in 2012, and a market-fest is warming up. Pills to treat erectile dysfunction have become a 5 billion dollar industry. Not bad considering Viagra, Cialis and Levitra are only three medications currently available. Given that there is plenty of money in effective treatments for one of the ancient scourges of male-kind, it should read more »

Circumcision Can Help Stop Cervical Cancer

Published: January 13, 2011

Although the removal of the penile foreskin has been a religious practice for millennia (it is not only a Jewish ritual but a Muslim one as well) it has come under attack in recent decades as being both unnecessary from a heath standpoint and somewhat detrimental to sexual pleasure. The pendulum began swinging back in favor of circumcision in recent read more »

Cheap and Easy

Published: December 23, 2010

Everyone has their own immune boosting rituals and homebrew remedies that are liberally applied and talked about during this time of the year. With that in mind I’ve decided to give my two cents on this topic. Orange juice and other antioxidant containing foods have been controversially thought to boost the immune system, although clinical evidence read more »

America’s Sexual Revolution

Published: November 11, 2010

A large survey on human sexuality indicates that Americans have undergone a second “sexual revolution” over the past two decades. Researchers at Indiana University conducted The National Survey of Sexual Health by interviewing 6,000 people. According to Michael Reece at IU’s Center for Sexual Health Promotion, acts that society once frowned upon, read more »

Statistical Realities

Published: August 2, 2010

A couple of weeks ago, a report in The Annals of Internal Medicine created an uprising of sensationalist news stories. The report was of a study done at Massachusetts General Hospital that showed that men who are prescribed medication for erectile dysfunction were more likely to have sexually transmitted diseases. I hate to return to the use of grade read more »

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