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Lack of Bladder Control and Stress-Related Urinary Leakage

by Maria Esposito for SeniorCitizensMagazine.com * Please see editor’s at the end of this article. Americans have become a people who are fascinated with baring all. It started with the talk show circuit where guests felt the need to reveal some hidden secret to their poor unsuspecting friends or mates in front of a studio audience and an even larger...

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FDA Bladder Drug Ditropan Needs Stronger Caution

Johnson & Johnson bladder drug needs stronger caution: FDA staff April 9, 2007 WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Johnson & Johnson’s <JNJ.N> bladder drug Ditropan needs stronger cautions about the risk of hallucination and similar problems in children and older patients, U.S. Food and Drug Administration staff said in documents released on Monday. The drug, also known as oxybutynin, already lists insomnia,...

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Incontinence Drugs Linked To Memory Loss

Incontinence Drugs Linked To Memory Loss CHICAGO, April 17, 2008 (AP) Commonly used incontinence drugs may cause memory problems in some older people, a study has found. “Our message is to be careful when using these medicines,” said U.S. Navy neurologist Dr. Jack Tsao, who led the study. “It may be better to use diapers and be able to think...

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Dr. Julian Whitaker On A Natural Supplement For Occasional Incontinence

Herbal Remedy for Occasional Incontinence By Dr. Julian Whitaker’s for Health & Healing — August 2005 Vol. 15, No. 8 (Abstract) BetterWOMAN Natural Supplement For Occasional Incontinence Contrary to popular belief, occasional incontinence is not an inevitable part of aging. Excellent approches to manage bladder control issues that I’ve written about in the past include Kegel exercises to strengthen the...

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Other Offbeat Valentine’s Day Gifts to Spice Up Your Lovelife

ABCNEWS.com February 9, 2001 Herbal Viagra Substitute What does it mean when your wife gives you an herbal supplement that’s supposed to increase your sexual prowess? The folks at BetterMAN say Valentine’s Day is the perfect time to seek help in the form of a pill. BetterMAN is a blend of 18 Chinese herbs that apparently promotes sexual performance in rats,...

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Extra Daily News

Thursday October 26, 2000 Want to be a better man in bed? An herbal form of Viagra, called of all things,…”Better Man” may help. A recent study finds the supplement, made of 18 Chinese herbs, treats and prevents impotence – at least in rats. Better man? Try better rodent.

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Men’s Health

Marc Bonnard, M.D., Healing Arts Press, 1999 (Dr. Bonnard devoted two and half pages discussing NuMAN, now known as BetterMAN®. This book is available at 800-246-8648.) The Complete Guide to Overcoming Erectile Dysfunction Naturally- NuMAN is the name of an herbal product introduced to the U.S. market in May 1998, but its formula has been used for more than fifty years...

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HEALTHCARE REVIEW: Southern New England’s Connection to Healthcare Information

Volume 11, Issue 2 February 19 – March 26, 2001 In the first published scientific study, a Chinese herbal formula, BetterMAN, produced by Interceuticals Inc., Marblehead, MA, has been found to be highly effective in countering male impotence. The study, published in the November 2000 issue of the Journal of Urology, concludes that BetterMAN ensured normal erections in a controlled...

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Natural Supplement Shows Promise

HOUSTON CHRONICLE, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2000 By Richard Saltus Globe Staff A concoction touted as an “herbal Viagra” without the side effects has shown it can prevent impotence in rats, giving at least a measure of scientific support to the briskly selling product known as “BetterMAN”. Developed by a Marblehead biologist born in China and familiar with traditional remedies, the...

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