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Masturbation Uncovered

  Masturbation goes hand in hand with pornography. Chronic masturbation can affect your ability to get an erection when you are with someone. Over time these things rewire your brain to what you see on the screen. And it also leads to the depletion of zinc. Over time you see …

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Understanding The Healthcare System In Ghana​: The Patient`s Responsibility

The patient should understand that he/she is responsible for their health and should therefore co-operate fully with healthcare providers. The patient is responsible for: 1. Providing full and accurate medical history for his/her diagnosis, treatment, counselling and rehabilitation purposes. 2. Request additional information and or clarification regarding his/her health or …

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Morning Glory and Erection Health

  Morning glory is a good indicator of both erectile and general health. If you usually wake up with an erection, it’s a good sign that your body is physiologically capable of achieving an erection and that you likely aren’t affected by physical ED. It’s also perfectly normal to occasionally …

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Bono Region recorded over 800 stroke cases in nine months

  Bono Region recorded 805 stroke cases between January and September this year. According to a Physician Specialist with the Bono Regional Hospital, Dr. Kwabena Kumi, the disease is prevalent in all the twelve administrative districts in the region. Dr. Kumi made the revelation during an interview with Mark Abisah, …

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How Does Your Penis Change as You Age?

Like everything in nature, your penis goes through a series of changes over your lifetime. Each phase is controlled mostly by your testosterone levels. Somewhere between the ages of 9 and 15, your pituitary gland releases hormones that tell your body to start making testosterone. Puberty begins and brings changes. Your testes (testicles), scrotum, …

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Erectile dysfunction and Diabetes

Erectile dysfunction — the inability to get or maintain an erection firm enough for sex — is common in men who have diabetes, especially those with type 2 diabetes. It can stem from damage to nerves and blood vessels caused by poor long-term blood sugar Erectile dysfunction can also be …

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