Premature Ejaculation Behavioral Therapy

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Main Category: Erectile Dysfunction / Premature Ejaculation
Also Included In: Sexual Health / STDs;  Men’s health;  Urology / Nephrology
Article Date: 10 Aug 2011 – 15:00 PDT

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Teaching males to control their minds and bodies so that they can overcome a premature ejaculation problem during sex does not appear to be backed by reliable evidence, researchers revealed in a Review published in The Cochrane Collaboration. Two authors, however, added that so-called behavioral therapy should not be discounted yet, before further studies are done.

Premature Ejaculation Behavioral Therapy – Not Enough Evidence To Determine Effectiveness

Teaching males to control their minds and bodies so that they can overcome a premature ejaculation problem during sex does not appear to be backed by reliable evidence, researchers revealed in a Review published in The Cochrane Collaboration. Two authors, however, added that so-called behavioral therapy should not be discounted yet, before further studies are done…

Curry Spice Could Offer Treatment Hope For Tendinitis

Main Category: Arthritis / Rheumatology
Also Included In: Neurology / Neuroscience;  Nutrition / Diet
Article Date: 10 Aug 2011 – 1:00 PDT

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A derivative of a common culinary spice found in Indian curries could offer a new treatment hope for sufferers of the painful condition tendinitis, an international team of researchers has shown.

When A Man’s Female Partner Becomes Too Buddy-Buddy With His Pals, His Sex Life May Suffer

Main Category: Psychology / Psychiatry
Also Included In: Erectile Dysfunction / Premature Ejaculation;  Sexual Health / STDs
Article Date: 10 Aug 2011 – 0:00 PDT

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Researchers have found a potential new source for sexual problems among middle-aged and older men: The relationships between their female partners and the men’s closest friends.

Emory University Donated Beds Sent to Ecuador

Emory University Donated Beds Sent to Ecuador

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On April 29, a 40-foot ocean container carrying 50 donated hospital beds and mattresses was shipped from MedShare’s Southeastern Regional Distribution Center.  The donations are on their way to Ibarra, a city in northern Ecuador.  The local municipality of Gonzalo Pizarro will be installing the beds in several rural health centers that have been affected by recent heavy seasonal rains, which have washed out roads and caused multiple injuries in the local populations.  These hospital beds are most urgently needed there!

U-M Saves Medicare More Than $22 Million By Improving Preventive Care, Chronic Illness Care

Main Category: Medicare / Medicaid / SCHIP
Also Included In: Preventive Medicine
Article Date: 09 Aug 2011 – 0:00 PDT

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Medicare patients received better care at the University of Michigan Health System, and U-M staff have saved more than $22 million on the cost of that care during a five-year demonstration project.

U-M’s savings resulted from five years of participation in the Medicare Physician Group Practice Demonstration Project. It is Medicare’s first Pay-for-Performance Demonstration Project to work directly with physician groups like the U-M Faculty Group Practice.

Man With Breast Cancer Denied Government Medical Insurance

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Main Category: Breast Cancer
Also Included In: Men’s health;  Medicare / Medicaid / SCHIP
Article Date: 09 Aug 2011 – 2:00 PDT

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An American man with breast cancer has been denied government funded insurance coverage because he is not a woman.
Raymond Johnson, a 26-year-old construction worker from Charleston, South Carolina, says he cannot afford private health
insurance; he earns $9 an hour, and his medical bills are likely to run to hundreds of thousands of dollars.

Erectile Function And Libido Improve In Obese Diabetic Men Who Lose Weight

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Main Category: Erectile Dysfunction / Premature Ejaculation
Also Included In: Diabetes;  Obesity / Weight Loss / Fitness
Article Date: 08 Aug 2011 – 7:00 PDT

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The Journal of Sexual Medicine published a new study which explains that improved erectile function, sexual desire and lower urinary tract symptoms are enhanced by weight loss in obese men with type 2 diabetes.

Gender Difference In Autoimmune Disease Explained By Newly Discovered B Cells

Main Category: Lupus
Also Included In: Multiple Sclerosis;  Arthritis / Rheumatology;  Women’s Health / Gynecology
Article Date: 08 Aug 2011 – 0:00 PDT

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Researchers at National Jewish Health have discovered a type of cell that may contribute to autoimmune disease. The findings also suggest why diseases such as lupus, multiple sclerosis and rheumatoid arthritis strike women more frequently than men.

Diabetic? Erectile Dysfunction? Lose Weight And Win, Study Reports

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Main Category: Erectile Dysfunction / Premature Ejaculation
Also Included In: Diabetes;  Obesity / Weight Loss / Fitness
Article Date: 07 Aug 2011 – 0:00 PDT

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New studies support the fact that men with type 2 diabetes suffering from erectile function problems tend to be obese, but by losing a few pounds, patients can recover and be winning again in the bedroom.

Gary Wittert, MBBch, MD, FRACP, FRCP, of the University of Adelaide in Australia explains: