Posted on: August 22, 2016

Anywhere from 5-15% of men who suffer from erectile dysfunction in the United States. Erectile dysfunction, also called impotence can have many causes, some of which are common, like aging, while others can be a sign of a much more serious underlying condition. Most men are aware that this is a common problem, and have […]

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Posted on: August 16, 2016

It’s just a fact of life that men’s and women’s bodies operate differently and are susceptible to different problems. Due to anatomical realities, women tend to have much more likelihood of encountering medical issues regarding their bladders and urinary tract than are men. The causes are many and so are the potential issues. One broad […]

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Posted on: August 05, 2016

The kidneys are a vital but vulnerable area of a woman’s body. There are many potential issues that can arise in relation to the kidneys. Most kidney problems are both preventable and treatable but may require lifestyle changes or medical intervention. The main task of the kidneys is to filter out the toxins in blood […]

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Posted on: August 02, 2016

Vasectomy is a word that may inspire fear in some men. They might think of it as a painful procedure that ends their sexual drive and romantic life. Getting a vasectomy, while a serious decision, is not a risky, expensive or love-life ending decision. Vasectomies are a permanent form of birth control that makes impregnating […]

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