Sept. 21, 2009 - TEMPE, AZ – The AccessRx.com blog today added the impressive credentials and professional insights of certified sex therapist Dr. Neil Cannon. Dr. Cannon holds a doctorate in Human Sexuality and will contribute a monthly entry to the AccessRx.com blog.
Dr. Cannon is also a couples counselor who holds a master's degree in public health. In addition to leading his practice in Denver, Colo., he teaches sexual diversity, attitudes and behavior at the post graduate level; serves as an expert witness; provides diversity training to corporations and is the co-host of The Sex & Intimacy Show – a weekly radio show in Denver.
Dr. Cannon joins journalist Paul Briand, who writes about Baby Boomer topics, and life coach Roy Biancalana, as monthly contributors to the AccessRx.com blog. The topics that are covered on the blog focus on men’s health, healthcare and current health news.
"The AccessRx blog continues to grow its readership because it continues to add valuable content for consumers on a constant basis," said Rich Bernstein, marketing director for AccessRx.com. “Our online facilitator has been trusted for more than 10 years. The quality content on our blog and website are a testament to why our customers are so loyal and why our business continues to grow.”
Dr. Cannon’s first blog entry was posted today and contains advice for prospective patients to ensure that they select the right sex therapist. There are many different types of certification for sex therapists, and Dr. Cannon provides comments and insights for each of them.
The popular financial website BNET mentioned the AccessRx.com blog last week because it revealed that the price of Viagra has risen drastically since its launch in 1998. In fact, the cost of Viagra has risen more than 100 percent.
AccessRx.com has been a trusted online facilitator for 10 years. It specializes in the sale of lifestyle medications such as Viagra, Cialis, Levitra and Propecia. The U.S.-based website provides only FDA-approved medications and contracts with only U.S.-licensed physicians and pharmacists.