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Study: Erectile dysfunction drugs linked to higher rates of STDs
A new study of more than 1.4 million men over the age of 40 has found that those who take ED drugs are more likely to have sexually transmitted diseases. Men using an ED drug were two to three times more likely than non-users to have STDs.
Extend your Sex Life, Die with AIDS
The popularity of erectile dysfunction drugs are partially responsible for the rise in HIV infection among the “over 50” set, says a new study in the World Health Organization’s bulletin on Tuesday.
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