| May 12, 2010
When Viagra was first marketed, some sexual health experts suggested it might work for women as well as men, providing a pharmacological aid for females with low levels of arousal (sometimes termed "female sexual dysfunction" or "female sexual arousal...
| May 5, 2010
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LOS ANGELES -- It's a condition called 'Female Sexual Dysfunction," or 'FSD,' supposedly afflicting women who are dissatisfied with their sex lives. It's been widely reported to affect 43 percent of all women -- but it is real?
| Apr 11, 2010
It's a subject that few talk about. Low sexual desire in women is a problem that historically has been swept under the rug. That's changing now with a major clinical trial of a pill designed to give women's libido a boost. Though it's easily dubbed...
| Mar 28, 2010
For years, communities across the country have hosted health fairs where men can be tested for potential prostate cancer.
It's a bad idea and should be stopped in many cases, says the American Cancer Society in newly revised guidelines.
Too often, men...
| Mar 1, 2010
If you're shopping for a pill or gadget to trim your waistline, grow your hair or generally make you feel better, you probably take comfort in the words "FDA approved" or "FDA registered."
Even in a time of widespread distrust of government, most...
| Feb 26, 2010
Chocolate cake is a popular home remedy for depression, but it comes with some unwelcome side effects. Sweet treats don't just pack on the pounds; they give us a sugar high that's inevitably followed by a demoralizing crash.
Still, there's growing...
| Feb 22, 2010
The worst is over. Your loved one survived a heart attack and is back home. But getting back to normal may take some time. And depending on the severity of the attack, normal may be different than before.
Being a caregiver will require time, patience and...
| Feb 9, 2010
Low libido: it isn't something one 37-year old Plano woman expected to experience so early in life.
She says, "I just don't have a huge sexual appetite. The drive has diminished over the years." We're aren't naming the wife and mother because of the...
| Jan 19, 2010
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A Borough Park rabbi is knocking a newspaper report that a bridegroom who committed suicide this past November had told a friend the rabbi sexually abused him as a youth. PIX Investigates asked Rabbi Baruch Lebovits about the report in the New York Post,...
| Jan 14, 2010
When it comes to turn-ons, men's physical and mental reactions are remarkably in sync with each other. Not necessarily so for women, according to a study published online in the Archives of Sexual Behavior.
"Many, many research articles report low...