Regular Coffee Intake Not Associated with Erectile Dysfunction, Study Finds

Regular coffee consumption does not appear to affect men’s erections, but decaffeinated coffee intake might, suggests a recent study in the American Journal of Epidemiology. The caffeine, antioxidants, and anti-inflammatory compounds in coffee are thought to have several health benefits, but their role in urological conditions has been unclear. A previous study using data from…


Cardiometabolic Factors Have “Milder” Effects on Women’s Sex Health Compared to Men

An estimated 40% to 50% of women have at least one symptom of female sexual dysfunction (FSD), researchers say. Cardiometabolic factors may be associated with FSD, they added, but the association between cardiovascular risk factors and sexual health “appears milder” for women than for men. Their study, published recently in Sexual Medicine Reviews, is the…


Erectile Dysfunction More Than Doubles Risk of Heart Attack in Older Men, Study Finds

Men with erectile dysfunction (ED) are at higher risk for cardiovascular events, even when other risk factors, like cholesterol levels, smoking, and high blood pressure are considered, scientists report. ED and cardiovascular disease share many risk factors, including obesity, hypertension, smoking, metabolic syndrome, and diabetes. However, little was known about ED’s role as an independent…


Experts Recommend Routine Clitoral Exams

Clitoral adhesions can cause significant pain, and routine clitoral examinations could benefit women with sexual dysfunction, researchers say. In their recent Sexual Medicine study, the research team focused on the prevalence and risk factors of clitoral adhesions. In female anatomy, the glans clitoris (the external portion that is visible and most sensitive to touch) is…


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