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For men with type 2 who suffer from erectile dysfunction, quality of life can decrease over the course of three years, according to the results of a recent study.

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Good News for Diabetic Men

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Vacuum Therapy Device for ED Now Available

Despite the widespread publicity their condition has received, a high percentage of men suffering from erectile dysfunction (ED) have failed to seek treatment with prescription therapies. This failure to seek treatment is primarily attributed to the great difficulty men have discussing ED with their doctors.

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Longer Duration of Type 2 Impairs Erectile Function in Men

For men over the age of 50, increasing duration of type 2 diabetes is positively associated with increased risk of erectile dysfunction (ED) when compared to men without diabetes.

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A Side Effect Worth Noting

Heart disease medicine may protect people from diabetes, say researchers in the January 23 issue of Circulation: The Journal of the American Heart Association.

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Exercise Leads to Longevity — Type 2 Men Who Exercise Live Longer

Researchers discovered that type 2 men who exercise have a lower overall risk of dying than diabetic men who lead a sedentary lifestyle.

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Viagra Proven to Treat Erectile Dysfunction in Men with Diabetes

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A New Era for Impotence?

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