Impotence may point to heart problems

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  • Tuesday, 13 Sep 2011

NEW YORK, Sept 13 (Reuters) - Failing erections may be a harbinger of heart disease in some men, according to a review of a number of studies - but heart-healthy lifestyle changes or cholesterol-lowering drugs could have a positive impact on men's sexual health.

Scientists have long known about the link between impotence, or erectile dysfunction, and heart health.

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