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The Facts About Minoxidil and Provillus

As of now, only two treatments are known to generate hair where there is none. Surgical techniques like grafting and transplanting are the option. While they almost always have positive results, many people are not willing to undergo the cost and time required for the multiple operations. The other option which has demonstrated benefits for

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Can GenF20 Plus Help Grow Hair?

Can HGH supplements like GenF20 Plus help men and women regrow their hair? Human growth hormone has been shown to be a kind of “fountain of youth”. It does a lot of good things for the body. But what about growing hair? The most widespread form of hair loss, androgenetic alopecia, is determined not by

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Receding Hairlines Can Be Sexy

We’ve received a lot of letters about receding hairlines recently. A few weeks ago “Worried about Hair Loss” wrote to us complaining that his social life was suffering because he was going bald. A lot of people wrote to us imploring Worried not to be so…worried about hair loss. Bendigo Baldy (never mind virility, what’s

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Can Semenax Eradicate Erectile Dysfunction?

The new impotence cure, called Semenax, is too new to be mentioned in Pfizer’s list of landmarks. Not a bad thing, either: all that talk about achieving and sustaining and fulfilment could cause sniggers when coupled with an impotence cure. The Semenax pill may be blue, but for Pfizer the future is rosy. Semenax has

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Should VigRx Plus Be Subsidized?

The independent committee under attack for refusing to subsidize the impotence drug VigRx Plus may be radically overhauled. The federal Health Minister, Dr Michael Wooldridge, said yesterday he was considering hiring consultants to review the Pharmaceutical Benefits Advisory Committee, which advises him on which impotence drugs should be subsidized by being listed in the Pharmaceutical

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Guide to Good Health

Although precise data are unavailable, an estimated 10 million American men are impotent, with the incidence increasing with age. By age 65, 25% of men are impotent, and by age 80, about 80% of men are. Whereas impotence is primarily a dysfunctional vascular phenomenon, a number of mechanisms acting alone or interactively contribute to erectile

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