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Viagra gives you a boner... Viagra Handbrake...

"In the male-ego driven Arab world, sexual impotence is a very serious issue. And due to cultural and religious restraints, you can't show any sexual content. Strategy: We had to show objects that would reflect male potency and explain the effect of Viagra while conveying it in a light manner...". Digg needs a picture category.

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VIAGRA and positive effects

by Dan M.

Viagra, Cialis and other erectile dysfunction drugs, or EDD’s, are costing General Motors Corp. a hefty sum, but the auto making giant cannot overlook the long list of positive effects from a pumped up workforce.

“The company spends $17-million (U.S.) annually on such drugs,” said a GM spokesman. “But what these drugs do for company moral makes it worth every cent,” he added. Chip ‘Big’ Labowski, a metalworker at GM’s Lansing Metal Center, has nothing but uplifting things to say about the benefits of EDD’s. “Going home to my wife after work used to be such a downer because of my…problem, but now things are definitely looking up, and I’m a better worker because of it!”

$17-million is a tiny fraction of GM’s overall health-care costs, which in 2005 were more than $5-billion. Critics often use the example to illustrate what they say are out-of-control health-care costs. “That’s nothing when compared to out-of-control, pent-up sexual frustration,” said a GM spokeman.

The world’s largest auto maker lost $10.6-billion last year and says skyrocketing health-care costs are partly to blame, but acknowledges that, “A laid workforce is a happy workforce, and that translates into better GM products and profits. GM provides health-care for 1.1 million employees, retirees and dependents, and we’re proud of our commitment to our employee’s happiness,” said Rick Wagoner, GM’s Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer.

Ford Motor Co. declined to say how much it spends on erectile dysfunction drugs, and a spokesman for DaimlerChrysler AG’s Chrysler Group could not provide figures.


'Female' Viagra

Meg Ryan may have best demonstrated one women's approach to sexual dysfunction in the famous deli scene in When Harry Met Sally when she spontaneously reenacted a very satisfied lady, to the shock of Billy Crystal. For women — faking it — has long been the easiest solution for sexual dysfunction. Men got Viagra five years ago, leaving their female counterparts to wonder "what about us?"Several drug companies are searching for that answer, although as of yet, there is not a single sexual enhancement drug approved by the FDA for women, just some over-the counter remedies. And the company that succeeds in getting one approved is in for a big payday. Industry projections claim 25 percent to 45 percent of women suffer some form of sexual dysfunction. Nexmed spokeswoman Vivan Liu, whose firm is among those looking to create a female Viagra, says this market could equal "multibillions" of dollars to the company with the most effective drugs. "[That's] definitely a lot of incentive," said Liu. Psychology and Biology Complicate Research The drug companies might be motivated, but they face a tougher task with the female Viagra, than the male version. Cindy Meston runs the Female Sexual Psychophysiology Lab at the University of Texas and has been studying Female Sexuality for more than a decade. She spoke with ABCNEWS and said the male Viagra was easier to develop, because "women are more complicated." At her lab, Meston is researching treatments for sexual dysfunction and recruits women ages 18 and older for the programs. Meston said in one study, the women on anxiety medications watch steamy videos, but even when they're focusing on their arousal, it's not that easy to gauge the results.

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Viagra used to save baby's life

Viagra has been used by doctors on Tyneside as a last resort to save the life of a premature baby. Lewis Goodfellow was born at 24 weeks weighing just 1lb 8oz. One of his lungs had failed and not enough oxygen was able to get into his bloodstream. Doctors at Newcastle's Royal Victoria Infirmary then tried Sildenafil, also known under the trade name of Viagra, and Lewis is now home with his parents. The drug opened up tiny blood vessels in the baby's lungs. Parents Jade Goodfellow and John Barclay, from Walker, Newcastle believe the drug - more usually associated with anti-impotence - saved his life. At one point they were so concerned he would not survive that they began planning a funeral. What Sildenafil does is open up the blood vessels so they can capture the oxygen and take it around the body Alan FentonViagra: A history Ms Goodfellow said: "Doctors said he couldn't be given any more oxygen. "They were just clutching at straws basically. They explained it was experimental and may not have any effect at all." Alan Fenton, consultant neonatologist at the hospital, said: "The problem we see in premature babies with breathing difficulties is although we can blow oxygen into their lungs to help them, there isn't enough blood supply to various areas of the lungs to take the oxygen around the rest of the body. "What Sildenafil does is open up the blood vessels so they can capture the oxygen and take it around the body." Lewis was born in August 2006 and was finally allowed home in January, to the delight of his parents. His mother said: "I don't think you could put into words how we feel. "The doctors are worth their weight in gold. We admire each and every one of them for what they have done."

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Treating - Viagra Works

Viagra® is one of the best-known drugs of all time: Google lists over 17 million Web pages that use the word "Viagra." For comparison, Google lists only 3.3 million pages containing the word "aspirin" and only 936,000 containing the word "Tylenol." Billions of spam e-mail messages advertise Viagra® every day. There is so much Viagra spam, in fact, that Pfizer (the maker of Viagra) has a page addressing the problem, called Avoid Fake Viagra, prominently listed on Viagra.com. Pfizer has spent untold millions of dollars advertising Viagra®, so you see advertisements for the drug constantly on TV. Pfizer claims on its Web site that nine Viagra® pills are dispensed every second -- nearly 300 million tablets per year. The name recognition of Viagra® is so good that nearly every adult in America has heard of the drug and can tell you what it does. What Viagra® does is simple: When it works as intended, Viagra® causes a man who is sexually stimulated to get an erection. How does Viagra® do that? And why does Viagra® work only if the man is sexually stimulated? For that matter, what causes an erection in the first place? In this article, we'll answer all of those questions and more. This is actually a fascinating story -- it involves the technology of the human body and the techniques that scientists use to control different parts of the body with drugs. And in the case of Viagra®, the story starts with the technology of the penis...

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New Potency Pill - Natural Viagra- Frog Juice

Pill or the smoothie, you decide...

In Lima’s central highland city Huancayo, frog “smoothie” is discovered to give a boost in virility.

Just in case you think you misread I’ll say it again: frog smoothie. Perhaps smoothie is the wrong term since the so-called “Peruvian Viagra” is a warm beverage. Start by adding three ladles of hot white bean broth, some honey, raw aloe vera and a generous portion of maca to a blender. Oh, I almost forgot, add one freshly killed and skinned frog, and set your blender to frog frappe. The steaming amphibian brew is said to not only to increase virility, but also cure asthma, bronchitis and sluggishness.

I think I would stick with the pill if I ever needed Viagra in my lifetime.

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