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A study has found that workers exposed to high levels of bisphenol A, a chemical widely used in the manufacture of plastics and other consumer goods, were at least four times likelier to report sexual problems, including erectile dysfunction. (continued)

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If Bob Dole's dance card isn't full these days, he might consider being a pitch man for watermelon as a follow-up to his stint as the, er, face of Viagra. According to a group of scientists from Texas (perhaps unsurprisingly one of the country's top watermelon-producing states) has discovered that the picnic-friendly fruit contains a substance called citrulline that's similar to the active ingredient found in the famous little blue pill.

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A new study in The Lancet says doctors need to be more aggressive in questioning their patients about sex. According to the authors of the study, sexual problems are often related to serious health risks: "If a man comes in with erectile dysfunction, it can be the tip of the iceberg."

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