Sildenafil vs Viagra: What’s the Difference?

Any man suffering from erectile dysfunction has heard of Viagra. It’s the most popular drug for ED. But it’s when talk of Sildenafil comes into play that things get confusing. What is the difference between Sildenafil vs Viagra? Are they both the same thing? And which one is going to offer the most value to …

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BlueChew Free Trial: Promo Codes and Coupons for Free Samples

Looking for an erectile dysfunction pill but don’t want to get burned by something that isn’t legit? The best thing to do in that case is to try a free trial first. I was the same as you. I wanted to find an ED pill online that worked, and I didn’t want to get stuck …

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SKYN Arise Review: Does Their Erectile Dysfunction Pill Work?

Erectile dysfunction is one of those things that many men would rather suffer in silence about than open up about. If you’ve come this far and decided to look for ED pills online, though, you’ve no doubt heard of SKYN, a condom company that now also makes pills for erectile dysfunction, pills that are known …

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How Does Viagra Work?

Viagra is the most commonly prescribed drug for erectile dysfunction. It’s designed to give men an erection so that they can enjoy a healthier sex life with their partner.  However, Viagra also comes surrounded by a few controversies and isn’t for everyone. Moreover,  because it’s a medication, it’s natural for some men to feel a …

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How To Maintain an Erection Naturally Without Pills: 9 Tips for Harder Erections

Around 5% of males aged around 40 have complete erectile dysfunction. Indeed, ED is more common than many people think. It doesn’t just affect the young; it affects men of all ages, and it can even affect teenagers.  There are numerous reasons why younger adults suffer from erectile dysfunction, but a lot of it comes …

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Get Roman Review and Why I Stopped Using Their ED Pill Service

You might have heard of Roman pharmacy, who recently launched their own ED medication. In this post i’m doing a GetRoman review, I’ll cover a few things I learned about it since I tried it, such as:  What GetRoman is and how it works How Legit the company is Its prices (and why I think …

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What We Are Watching—five top global infectious disease threats, 2012: a perspective from CDC’s Global Disease Detection Operations Center

1Division of Global Disease Detection and Emergency Response, Center for Global Health, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, GA, USA; 2Influenza Division, National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, GA, USA; 3Division of Foodborne, Waterborne, and Enteric Diseases, National Center for Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases, Centers for Disease …

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How Much Does Viagra Cost? (Viagra Prices With and Without Insurance)

Got ED and worried you can’t afford sex? The cost of Viagra can be enough to put men off enjoying something that should be a human right. But is it really as high as people make out? And if it is, are there alternative, less expensive options available?  Sex shouldn’t be expensive – but it …

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Global health

Top Threats To Global Health Right Now

The world is constantly facing a multitude of threats and health challenges, as well. With population explosion being one of our most significant issues, there are a range of outbreaks and diseases that plague our planet no matter how many vaccines we design, to fight them. Growing rates of drug-resistant pathogens, obesity becoming a prevalent issue and physical inactivity increasing more and more, we need to do all we can to make sure that the general mass knows these issues and we, humans who are affected by these issues need to do something about it. Even though it may not actually cause cataclysmic changes, we at least have to try. We need to hope, without hope we are lost.

 

To address so many of these threats, the year 2019 has seen the start of the WHO’s (World Health Organization) 5-year plan. This plan targets on a triple billion mass. They want to ensure that at least 1 billion people benefit from universal health coverage, another billion are protected from health emergencies, and the other billion enjoy a proper way of life, in terms of health. Below I have listed the top issues that demand the attention of the WHO:

 

Climate change

 

  • Climate change and air pollution have increased radically in the last two decades. With the emergence of the digital age, there have been too many people in the cities, which means too many vehicles polluting the air. Air pollution doesn’t just happen by cars or trucks; it happens by large factories, emitting harmful smoke and gases into the atmosphere, which destroys the fresh air that we NEED. 9/10 people breathe polluted air, and as you can see the numbers are true, YOU are probably one of those people breathing polluted air, if you live in Delhi or China; as they are the most polluted places on the planet. Climate change is real. The temperature is warmer by 3 degrees, and this number increases every year.

 

  • Non- communicable diseases like diabetes, heart disease and cancer are together responsible for more than 70% of all deaths across the planet. These diseases are the leading cause of premature deaths (ages 30-60).

Air pollution

 

  • Vulnerable and fragile settings play a huge role as more than 1.8 billion souls (22% of the entire global population) live in areas where there is severe drought, famine, population explosions, intense conflicts, severely weak health services, etc.

 

  • Vaccine hesitancy can be construed as the reluctance or even refusal to vaccinate themselves despite the fact that there is an availability of vaccines. Vaccination is one of the best and cost-effective ways to avoid diseases, and it currently prevents 3-4 million deaths per year.