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- Psychological Problems Often The Cause Of Erectile Dysfunction In Younger Men
Men in their 20s and 30s are usually in their sexual peak. But some men under the age of 40 may experience sexual deficiencies such as erectile dysfunction or low sex drive.
- Lifespan Link To Depression Drug
An antidepressant drug lengthens tiny worms’ lives and offers hope of humans living longer too, US scientists say.
- Is Your Heart Aging Faster Than You Are?
Despite the increasing evidence that managing high cholesterol reduces cardiovascular events, many people do not achieve recommended lipid levels. This is due, in part, to patients’ lack of understanding about their risk factors and the potential benefits of lifestyle modifications and therapy.
- Non-Caucasians At Higher Risk For Severe Metastatic Breast Cancer Pain A new study finds significant racial differences in the risk of pain related to metastatic breast cancer.
- Depression Linked To Bone-Thinning In Premenopausal Women
Even in young women, depression is as potent a risk factor for osteoporosis as are low calcium intake, smoking, and lack of exercise, researchers have found.
- Nicotine May Enhance Attention And Working Memory In Recovering Alcoholics
Detoxified alcoholics in the early stages of recovery tend to have impaired cognitive functioning. Many alcoholics also smoke, and nicotine is known to have enhancing effects on attentional processes.
- Secondhand Smoke Damages Lungs, MRIs Show
It’s not a smoking gun, but it’s smoking-related, and it’s there in bright medical images: evidence of microscopic structural damage deep in the lungs, caused by secondhand cigarette smoke.
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