Chemical and Psychological Impotence Causes

Although erectile dysfunction usually has a physical cause, thirty percent of impotence cases are of chemical or psychological origins. The cause may be as simple as an adverse reaction to medication. In spite of the long-standing belief that erectile dysfunction is “all in your mind,” only ten to twenty percent of impotence causes are psychological.

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Causes of Postpartum Depression

No one knows the exact causes of postpartum depression. PPD is more than the baby blues; it lasts longer and is more severe. The “baby blues” typically resolves within about ten days after delivery. Postpartum depression lingers. The baby blues cause mild sadness and mood swings. PPD causes severe depression and loss of interest in…

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About Liver Disorders: Facts and Information

One of the largest organs in the human body, and certainly one of the most important, the liver performs over five hundred functions vital to survival and good health. It stores vitamins, sugars and fats. It builds, regulates and maintains necessary body chemicals, and it removes waste products from the blood.

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