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Apart from conventional treatments, many people choose some bizarre medical practices to cure the condition. There are a few countries that practice medicine in somewhat bizarre ways, which are not scientifically proven and safe.
Katy Perry has revealed that she gets enemas to stay young because she believes that getting enemas is an ancient remedy to stay young. However, one expert said that there is no scientific evidence to support the benefits of getting enemas. In fact, enemas could cause harm or increase the risk of a colon infection.
Former Australian cricketer Ian Chappell has been battling with skin cancer. Recently, he finished his six weeks of radiation therapy after getting the tumors removed from his shoulder, armpit, and neck. He said had been quiet about his skin cancer battle because he was not aware what radiotherapy would be like.
The global erectile dysfunction market is expected to comprehensively grow during the forecast period from 2018 to 2026. Patent expiration of brand name drugs Viagra, Cialis, and Levitra/Staxyn will open up the market for generic manufacturers. Easy availability and cost-effectiveness of generic drugs are expected to drive the market.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has urged people to stay away from buying or using Big Penis supplements because they were found to be tainted with a prescription drug called Sildenafil Citrate. If taken in association with nitrates, sildenafil citrate can reduce blood pressure to potentially dangerous levels.
According to the Cancer Research UK, skin cancer cases have increased from 2004 to 2016. The research center found that men are the common victims of melanoma than women are. The risk increases not by holidaying in the sun but by not taking precautions, such as wearing sunscreen, protective clothing, hat, and sunglasses.
On Wednesday, the director-general of the WHO, Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, declared an ongoing Ebola outbreak in DRC an international health emergency. He described it as “a concerning geographic expansion” but said it does not pose a global threat.