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Opening the (Bedroom) Door to Talk about ED

Publish Date: 1/18/2018

Couple embracing in front of fireFor a man with erectile dysfunction (ED), it can be difficult to admit there is a problem.   Despite the popularity of effective medications, less than one in five men with ED will ask their medical professional for treatment.

Men's Health
Arnold D. Bullock

Attention Women: You don't have to Live with Incontinence

Publish Date: 2/8/2017

For such a long time, women with incontinence suffered in silence. This was a secret many didn’t want to talk about –even with their closest friends. Incontinence can be distressing and can have a dramatic effect on a woman’s quality of life. There are now many management options for treatment of stress and urge incontinence.

Women's Health
Chiara Ghetti
Physical Therapy
Urologic Surgery

Masters of Treatment for Erectile Dysfunction

Publish Date: 10/17/2016

Loving coupleThe popular cable TV show, Masters of Sex, brings to life the ground-breaking work that Washington University researchers, William Masters, MD, and Virginia Johnson, did in the field of human sexuality in the 1960s.

At the time, their conclusion was that 8 in 10 men with erectile dysfunction developed the disorder because of psychological issues. Today we know there are numerous medical conditions for which this disorder is a symptom.

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Men's Health
Arnold D. Bullock

Take My Kidney Stones -- Please!

Publish Date: 5/25/2016
The pain of a kidney stone attack can be excruciating – and no one wants a repeat performance. It is possible to prevent kidney stones with dietary and fluid modification with or without medication ...
General Health
Alana C. Desai