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Erectile Dysfunction (ED) is defined as the consistent inability to attain and maintain an erection sufficient for satisfactory sexual intercourse. ED affects up to 30 million men in the United States, with 52% of men between the ages of 40 and 70 reporting difficulty with erectile function. By the year 2025, it is estimated that 322 million men worldwide will suffer from some degree of sexual dysfunction.
Clinical study examines impact of yoga on side-effects caused by prostate cancer treatment

Clinical study examines impact of yoga on side-effects caused by prostate cancer treatment

New smartwatch app helps men to boost sexual performance

New smartwatch app helps men to boost sexual performance

Doctors Studio introduces noninvasive medical procedure to treat erectile dysfunction

Doctors Studio introduces noninvasive medical procedure to treat erectile dysfunction

Vanderbilt study compares side effects, outcomes of prostate cancer treatments with active surveillance

Vanderbilt study compares side effects, outcomes of prostate cancer treatments with active surveillance

Prolonged exposure to male hormone blockers increases risk of persistent erectile dysfunction

Prolonged exposure to male hormone blockers increases risk of persistent erectile dysfunction

Study: Testosterone replacement therapy lowers cardiovascular risk in men with androgen deficiency

Study: Testosterone replacement therapy lowers cardiovascular risk in men with androgen deficiency

Scientists explore role of salt and immune system in raising blood pressure of females

Scientists explore role of salt and immune system in raising blood pressure of females

Hidden ingredients in herbal supplements could cause serious health risks, say experts

Hidden ingredients in herbal supplements could cause serious health risks, say experts

Anxiety after prostate cancer diagnosis may motivate men to choose aggressive treatment, study reports

Anxiety after prostate cancer diagnosis may motivate men to choose aggressive treatment, study reports

Germline mutations in ATM and BRCA1/2 genes could help predict death risk from aggressive prostate cancer

Germline mutations in ATM and BRCA1/2 genes could help predict death risk from aggressive prostate cancer

New erectile dysfunction treatment uses high-frequency acoustical waves

New erectile dysfunction treatment uses high-frequency acoustical waves

Factors that impact fertility in men

Factors that impact fertility in men

Drug approved for other purposes can promote recovery from acute nerve damage, study shows

Drug approved for other purposes can promote recovery from acute nerve damage, study shows

Revised prostate cancer guidelines did not reduce usage of PSA tests, study finds

Revised prostate cancer guidelines did not reduce usage of PSA tests, study finds

Study data does not support benefits of testosterone supplementation in men with ‘low T’

Study data does not support benefits of testosterone supplementation in men with ‘low T’

Can-Fite BioPharma reports financial results, provides update on drug development programs

Can-Fite BioPharma reports financial results, provides update on drug development programs

Erectile dysfunction drugs do not play role in preventing prostate cancer, study shows

Erectile dysfunction drugs do not play role in preventing prostate cancer, study shows

Testosterone therapy improves sexual activity in older men

Testosterone therapy improves sexual activity in older men

MRI-guided focal laser ablation could be feasible, safe in prostate cancer patients

MRI-guided focal laser ablation could be feasible, safe in prostate cancer patients

Neurological problems can impair sexuality

Neurological problems can impair sexuality