The Case for Sleeping in Separate Beds

Erectile dysfunction

Lucy and Ricky Ricardo slept separately in 1960s American television, as did Rob and Laura Petrie. In fact, before Samantha and Darrin of Bewitched shared a bed, it was a rarity on American broadcast television, though cartoon characters Fred and ...

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Nanoparticles Enlist in Fight Against Genital Herpes

Genital herpes

A virus called HSV-2 is responsible for most cases of recurrent genital herpes. Around 50 million Americans are infected with HSV-2, but an increasing percentage of people with herpes infections in the genital region are actually infected with a similar ...

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How Fruit Can Boost Your Sex Life

Erectile dysfunction is one of the most common conditions affecting men in the U.S., with nearly 30 million experiencing some form of impotence. Beyond the effect that it may have on your romantic life, erectile dysfunction, also known as ED, ...

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Cut Calories, Boost Sex Drive, Says New Report

Sexual health

Cutting calories and eating a more well-balanced and nutritious diet is a great benefit to our body’s physical health, but a new clinical trial has reported that a healthy calorie-restricted diet can also do wonders for your emotional well-being, reducing ...

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Middle-Aged Sex Can Be Quite a Blast, Says New Study

Erectile dysfunction

Reaching the age of 40 is often viewed as the beginning of a downhill trek to old age. The onset of illness and the natural aging of the human body take their toll, hindering our ability to participate in a ...

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How to Tell If You’re Eligible for Both Medicare and Medicaid

Medicare and Medicaid

Medicare and Medicaid have been around for more than 50 years. President Lyndon B. Johnson signed into law the bill that created Medicare and Medicaid on July 30, 1965. At that time, Medicare consisted of Part A (hospital insurance) and ...

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What Aetna’s CEO Thinks Obamacare Needs for Stability

Obamacare

Five years after the signature legislation of the Obama Administration was signed into law, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), also known as the Affordable Care Act, continues to raise questions about its ability to succeed. Even before ...

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The Problems with Medicare and Patient Safety in America’s Hospitals

Medicare

Under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), Medicare will lower payments to the 25% of hospitals that have the highest rates of hospital-acquired conditions (HACs). Medicare is focusing on avoidable complications like blood clots, bedsores, and infections from central line catheters. ...

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How WebMD is Getting in on the Telemedicine Trend

Telemedicine

Momentous changes throughout the healthcare industry over the past few years, as well as the ever-increasing usage of technology to improve individual health and well-being, has led more and more people to choose their own path when it comes to ...

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