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New Zealander pleads guilty of supplying fake erectile dysfunction drugs in U.S.updated: Fri Jul 20 2012 03:44:00

A New Zealand citizen has pleaded guilty to charges related to supplying large amounts fake erectile dysfunction drugs to distributors in California, Texas and Europe, U.S. authorities said Thursday.

Valentine's Day and a healthy heartupdated: Wed Feb 22 2012 12:09:00

A look at why chocolate and wine are good for the heart.

Why I hate Valentine's Dayupdated: Wed Feb 22 2012 12:09:00

Valentine's Day is terrible for two kinds of people -- those who are single and those who aren't.

Beware, some Google+ 'invites' are really spamupdated: Mon Jul 04 2011 15:50:00

OK, Google+, you're a bona fide Web sensation now. Which is to say, you've inspired your very own spam.

Learn how to time success and avoid failureupdated: Thu Jan 07 2010 08:53:00

My timing stinks!" my friend Jackie moaned. "I always do the right thing at the wrong time."

Ladies: 5 ways to get your sex life goingupdated: Tue Aug 05 2008 13:13:00

Sexually dysfunctional women in the United States are, well, mostly out of luck.

Women, get your groove backupdated: Tue Aug 05 2008 13:13:00

Medications and other therapies can help women boost a low sex drive.CNN Medical Correspondent Elizabeth Cohen explains.

SI.com: Dr. Z: Hair issue little more than offseason folly for NFLupdated: Fri Mar 28 2008 12:20:00

All who missed me, raise your hands.

CNNMoney: Eli Lilly reaffirms 2007 profit forecastupdated: Thu Dec 06 2007 07:38:00

Drug maker Eli Lilly & Co. on Thursday reaffirmed its profit outlook for 2007 and forecast that earnings growth in 2008 will be driven by increased volume and strong sales of antidepressant Cymbalta, ED treatment Cialis and diabetes drug Byetta.

Quaid suing drugmakerupdated: Thu Dec 06 2007 07:38:00

Dennis Quaid and his wife are suing a drugmaker after their newborns were given an overdose of a blood thinner.

CNNMoney: Erectile dysfunction drugs may harm hearingupdated: Fri Oct 19 2007 09:43:00

Men taking any of the three erectile dysfunction drugs - Viagra, Levitra or Cialis - or the blood pressure medication Revatio may be at increased risk for sudden hearing loss, prompting Food and Drug Administration officials to require label changes by the manufacturer.

Impotence drugs may increase risk for sudden hearing loss updated: Thu Oct 18 2007 22:34:00

Men taking any of three erectile dysfunction drugs -- Viagra, Levitra or Cialis -- may be at increased risk for sudden hearing loss, prompting Food and Drug Administration officials to require label changes for the medications.

Fortune: Big Pharma's ready for prime timeupdated: Thu Sep 27 2007 22:47:00

Try this at home: as the new television season unfolds, take note of the number of times your favorite character casually mentions a name-brand prescription drug. It'll happen more than you think.

Money Magazine: Get growth and income tooupdated: Tue Mar 20 2007 10:29:00

Everyone understands the advantages of growth investing. Bet on a company with a hot new technology or a great retailing idea, and as the business expands, the share price will soar.

CNNMoney: Stocks can't break recordupdated: Tue Oct 17 2006 16:12:00

Stocks finished lower Tuesday, ending a three-session winning streak, with renewed inflation concerns taking the Dow away from the 12,000 mark.

CNNMoney: Stocks don't look record-boundupdated: Tue Oct 17 2006 14:24:00

Stocks remained lower Tuesday, the mood dampened by renewed inflation concerns, as investors await a slew of tech earnings expected after the bell.

CNNMoney: Lilly to buy sex-drug partner Icosupdated: Tue Oct 17 2006 08:41:00

Eli Lilly & Co. agreed to buy its longtime partner Icos Corp., maker of the sexual dysfunction drug Cialis, for $2.1 billion, the companies said, sparking a 17 percent surge in the Icos stock price.

CNNMoney: Lilly's sex drug sales jump in 2005updated: Fri Jan 20 2006 11:31:00

Sales for Lilly's anti-impotence drug grew dramatically in 2005, but Cialis' future and that of competing sexual dysfunction drugs remains uncertain.

CNNMoney: Sex dysfunction drugs: Nowhere to grow?updated: Thu Jan 05 2006 09:04:00

The glory days of sexual dysfunction drugs may have come and gone

CNNMoney: Impotence cream on the horizon?updated: Thu Aug 11 2005 06:44:00

Since Pfizer launched Viagra back in 1999, patients have gotten used to the idea of popping pills to make impotence go away. But what would they think of a skin cream that treats erectile dysfunction?

Fortune: Pitchman for the Gray Revolutionupdated: Mon Jul 11 2005 00:01:00

On the surface, the mission couldn't be more pedestrian: coaching a few hundred Merrill Lynch financial advisors gathered at a swank Bermuda hotel on how to exploit the aging baby-boomer market. Bu...

Viagra vision link raises red flagupdated: Sun May 29 2005 23:24:00

U.S. health officials are investigating reports that some men who use Viagra and other impotence drugs are getting a rare form of blindness.

CNNMoney: Medicare to cover Viagraupdated: Tue Feb 01 2005 11:54:00

Medicare beneficiaries will be able to receive drugs treating erectile disfunction, including Viagra, Cialis and Levitra, as part of their coverage next year, so long as their prescriptions are deemed necessary on a case-by-case basis, according to a Medicare spokesman.

Fortune: We hate Big Pharma--but we sure love drugsupdated: Mon Dec 27 2004 00:01:00

WE ARE MEDICATION NATION. WE ♥ DRUGS. WE'RE THE land of the free--but please, not chemical-free.

New hope, old challenges in AIDS fightupdated: Tue Nov 23 2004 12:56:00

Decades after the first reported AIDS cases, public awareness, medical progress and hope have by and large replaced fear, reproach and mystery about the disease in the American consciousness.

CNNMoney: Viagra's lureupdated: Wed Apr 14 2004 10:18:00

In an effort to hold its market share in the increasingly competitive erectile dysfunction (ED) market, Pfizer is now offering a free Viagra prescription after users buy the first six.

CNNMoney: Pump'n'dump spam? Hooray!updated: Wed Apr 07 2004 12:31:00

The Bull is back. I know this for certain. My spam tells me so.

CNNMoney: Stocks to watch Wednesdayupdated: Tue Feb 03 2004 16:41:00

Investors will watch to see whether Cisco Systems' financial results will revive or dampen market sentiments Wednesday after all three major Wall Street indexes finished nearly unchanged Tuesday.

Fortune: The Perfect Mix For Your Portfolio Patent expirations, political pressures, and a Medicare reform bill hupdated: Mon Dec 22 2003 00:01:00

Science geeks may debate the exact beginning of the New Millennium. Was it Jan. 1, 2000, or a year later, in 2001? Drug company investors, though, have no doubt when the new era commenced. On the f...

Money Magazine: The Firm With A Viagra Challengerupdated: Mon Sep 01 2003 00:01:00

Who wouldn't want an anti-impotence drug that lasts 24 hours? Samuel Isaly, manager of Eaton Vance Worldwide Health Sciences fund, recently scooped up shares of Icos (ICOS), maker (with Eli Lilly) ...

Fortune: Divine Secrets Of The 1747 Sisterhoodupdated: Mon Jun 24 2002 00:01:00

1747 Internet drug trials www.1747.net

Fortune: Is Nasal Viagra a Reason To Get Excited?updated: Mon Feb 18 2002 00:01:00

Bob Dole needs a new job. After being fired by Viagra for being too old, the first ambassador of erectile dysfunction may now be in luck: A barrage of new impotence treatments are expected to hit p...

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