A large Danish study has found that high doses of commonly used painkillers called nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) increase the risk of death in healthy people.
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An American/German study, which was published in March 2012, found that people who daily ate red meat had an increased risk from dying of heart disease or cancer. However, better eating can reduce that risk of mortality -- especially if hot dogs and bacon are eliminated from your diet, or at least reduced.
A spray of two painkillers onto a man’s penis promises to extend premature ejaculation in men for up to six times longer, according to a University of California at San Francisco study. This first-of-its-kind drug called PSD502 is made by Shionogi Pharma.
According to an Australian study, misinformation is never really erased from people's memories, even if the information is corrected later. Such a result implies the importance of getting it right the first time.
A U.S. study shows that middle-aged and older men who were prescribed erectile dysfunction drugs had increased risk from sexually transmitted diseases. Or, was that increased risk caused by something else?
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