Support Coming in for Female Viagra

Support Coming in for Female Viagra

Flibanserin is the name of a drug made by a Raleigh-based pharmaceutical company called Sprout. If it gains approval of the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as expected, it will become the first FDA-approved drug for treatment of low ...

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Female Viagra Stirs Up Passion On Both Sides

Female Viagra Stirs Up Passion On Both Sides

Women may be one step closer to having a medical treatment for low sexual desire. It’s taken several years, but after intense lobbying, an advisory panel for the US Food and Drug Administration recommended approval of a drug called flibanserin, ...

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Indiana Joins Telemedicine Trend

Indiana Joins Telemedicine Trend

Convenience and cost savings are two of the biggest drivers of telemedicine adoption. Nearly half a million Americans are expected to see a doctor by using telemedicine technology in 2015, according to the American Telemedicine Association. Adoption of telemedicine in ...

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American Medical Association Tables Proposed Telemedicine Guidelines

American Medical Association Tables Proposed Telemedicine Guidelines

The medical establishment and telemedicine providers have a certain degree of wariness about each other. While many doctors see the benefits of telemedicine in terms of cost and time savings and the potential for better follow-up compliance among patients, they ...

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Jurassic World Star Talks Weight Gain and Male Impotence

Jurassic World Star Talks Weight Gain and Male Impotence

Phenomenally popular actor Chris Pratt is beloved at least in part for his plainspoken nature. While his character Andy Dwyer on “Parks and Recreation” was a big, lovable teddy bear of a guy, on the big screen he tends to ...

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Female Viagra Gets a Key Green Light

Female Viagra Gets a Key Green Light

If you’re a man suffering from erectile dysfunction, you have many treatment options, including prescription medications like Viagra that have been shown to be highly effective. But if you’re a woman who has difficulty being in the mood for sex, ...

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Making the Case for National Adoption of Telemedicine

Making the Case for National Adoption of Telemedicine

Your health condition doesn’t care where state boundaries are, but rules for who can treat you when you get sick do. It would make sense if, say, while you were on vacation and came down with a common illness that ...

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Blowback Hits Texas Over Anti-Telemedicine Measures

Blowback Hits Texas Over Anti-Telemedicine Measures

One of the biggest advantages of telemedicine is healthcare access for people in remote areas or who don’t have access to transportation. Many lawmakers and medical professionals believe telemedicine is particularly useful in underserved areas and in large rural regions, ...

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Telemedicine Prescribed for Healthcare Woes

Telemedicine Prescribed for Healthcare Woes

In many regions, telemedicine started out as a way to bring specialized healthcare services to people who live in remote areas. In fact, Medicare has reimbursed limited telemedicine services in rural areas for several years. Medicare treats telemedicine mostly as ...

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Are Beets Nature’s Viagra?

Are Beets Nature’s Viagra?

Erectile dysfunction, or ED, affects millions of men. Though the condition was hardly talked about for decades, since the accidental discovery of the compound that eventually came to be known as Viagra, doctors have been rethinking ED, its causes, and ...

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