FDA Continues to Recall Sexual Related Supplements: Masxtreme, Tadalafil, TimeOut, Mr. Magic

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has recalled yet another sexual-related medication/supplement. This time it’s Masxtreme Capsules from Natural Wellness out of Deerfield Beach, Florida. The FDA stated that it found Aminotadalafil in the pills, which has some of ...

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Male Menopause, or “Manopause” – Myth or Fact?

The bad news for Baby Boomer men is that male menopause is not a myth. It exists and has a name – late-onset hypogonadism. And it’s accompanied by some of those same symptoms that plague women during their menopause years: ...

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Interview with Talk Show Host and TV Celebrity Dr. Letitia Wright, D.C. – Small Business Owners Employ Social Media Tactics in their Marketing Strategies

This interview is one in a series of expert interviews on the AccessRx.com blog. We add new interviews on a regular basis. Please see our complete list of insightful interviews 1. In what ways have the media developments of the ...

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Interview with Dr. Carol Doss, Author and Therapist

Interview with Dr. Carol Doss, Author and Therapist. This interview is one in a series of expert interviews on the AccessRx.com blog. We add new interviews on a regular basis. Please see our complete list of insightful interviews 1. You ...

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Implantable Miniature Telescope For Eyes Gives Hope

Smaller than a pea, a new technological marvel gives hope to some of the 8 million people in the US suffering from Age Related Macular Degeneration, (AMD). It’s called an Implantable Miniature Telescope. Recently given the “go ahead” by the US ...

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A New Superbug is Lurking: NDM-1 The Newest Global Threat

Don’t panic, but be warned, another Super Bug is lurking. Move over H1N1, out of the way SARS, NDM-1 is taking the driving seat. Recent Health Reports have identified this new “bug” as one of the more dangerous enzymes out ...

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Emergency Room/Department Visits Jump Sharply: Study

Visits to the emergency room continue to escalate in the U.S., according to a new study. Researchers concluded that the reason for the increase is that more people are on Medicaid, and that those on Medicaid experience a lack of ...

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WHO Signals Official End to H1N1 Pandemic

Most Americans will ignore the World Health Organization’s (WHO) official announcement that the H1N1 Swine Flu pandemic has ended – just like most Americans have ignored the virus for the last six months or more. H1N1 never lived up to ...

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Amid Hundreds of Teacher Layoffs, Teachers’ Union Fights for Viagra

Claiming that the male contingency in the Milwaukee Teachers’ Education Association (MTEA) is being discriminated against, lawyers for the group have filed a case to reinstate taxpayer-funded Viagra to the association’s medicine cabinet. The legal campaign was launched two years ...

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