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Monday, January 02, 2006


Sex and ' Conservative' American Males

Pop a Viagra, Make Whoopee, then Oppose FDA's Approval of Morning After Pill
Pharmaceutical giant Pfizer came under some criticism for launching an advertisement campaign for Viagra aimed at New Year's celebrations. While advertisements for prescription drugs are irresponsible and their huge costs are a part of the high price of drugs in America, blaming Pfizer for this particular ad is somewhat unfair. The ones who should be targeted are the PAC controlled legislators who turn their heads the other way about the harmful effects of direct-to-consumers advertisements that lure buyers of prescription drugs. Many of the same legislators oppose over-the-counter availability of Plan B®, the Morning After Pill ! The hypocrisy is sickening. See Fact Sheet, The Politicization of Emergency Contraception.

Plan B® is available without prescription in Europe, UK, and in Canada.
"People are very inclined to set moral standards for others."
---Elizabeth Drew, The New Yorker, 16 February 1987

Just after its launch in the market, viagra has created a niche for itself as the most effective medication for treating male erectile dysfunction across the world but alongside, the effectives of herbal Viagra products in dealing with male sexual problems cannot be ignored. Herbs and plants are, however, extensively used as sex stimulants worldwide and details present at http://www.pill-care.com inform you that the highly utilized sex boosters collectively known as herbal Viagra are namely, gingko biloba, yohimbe, horny goat weed and muira puama.
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