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Erectile dysfunction patients on the Mediterranean diet may lower heart attack and stroke risk: Study

Erectile dysfunction patients on the Mediterranean diet may lower heart attack and stroke risk. Lead researcher Dr. Athanasios Angelis explained, “Erectile dysfunction is not a symptom of ageing, it is a bad sign from the body that something is … The post Erectile dysfunction patients on the Mediterranean diet may lower heart attack and stroke risk: Study appeared first on Bel Marra Health - Breaking Health News and Health Information.
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