Researchers at University of Cincinnati have devised a safe and effective treatment for life threatening angioedema attacks in the emergency department.
A new study reveals that erectile dysfunction is not just a problem for old men. Researchers found that one in four men seeking medical attention for newly developed erectile dysfunction are younger than 40 years old, and nearly half of young men with the condition have severe ED.
A drug best known for helping people achieve erections may also help people lose weight, according to a new study.
Experts warn that men who have bleeding gums may be twice as likely to suffer from erectile dysfunction.