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An erectile dysfunction drug left men with ‘intensely blue’ vision and red-green blindness

A hospital in Turkey has treated 17 men in two years who took sildenafil, the active ingredient in Viagra, and reported "intense" blue vision.

A vegan diet can boost erections, according to a new Netflix documentary. Here’s the reality.

There's no evidence that vegans have better, stronger, or longer erections than meat-eaters, in spite of Netflix's 'Gamechangers' documentary.

I can only last 20 seconds in bed before I ejaculate and I fear it’s ruining my sex life. Is there any permanent fix to this problem?

Premature ejaculation affects 1 in 3 men, but it's still considered taboo. Luckily, there are many ways you can take control of the problem.

10 common questions about erectile dysfunction, answered

There are many misconceptions about erectile dysfunction. Here's what to know about the common condition.
Erectile dysfunction can be the first sign of troubling health problems like heart disease.

Hot startups like Hims and Roman are marketing Viagra to young men online, but their approach raises 2 big questions

Startups like Hims are prescribing erectile dysfunction medications online. Experts say the condition can be a sign of concerning health problems.
You may notice a few things happening after sex.

10 science-backed ways to help with erectile dysfunction

Erectile dysfunction is one of the most commonly treated sexual disorders. Here are 10 science-backed ways to help with erectile dysfunction.

DIGITAL HEALTH BRIEFING: Digital health funding to hit $7B in 2017 — Roman launches health platform with $3.1M — Under Armour drops Health...

Accenture has raised its forecast for global digital health startup funding to $7 billion in 2017, up from its original estimate of $6.5 billion.

Coffee with a Viagra-like ingredient was just recalled, and it reveals a bigger problem

The "proprietary blend" label may let supplements with potentially dangerous ingredients slip through the cracks, according to Pieter Cohen, a Harvard doctor.