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60 Years Later: Aging Gracefully and Still Enjoying Sex

By Susie Wilson Reprinted from NewJerseyNewsroom.com I stood in a room of my friends’ home looking at the walls, which were entirely covered with wedding pictures. Obviously, weddings mean a great deal to them. I didn’t know how important until I asked the host, who was standing beside me at the bar, “Is this a special occasion or just a gathering of friends?” “Oh, since so many of you... Read more...

Viagra Falls: Older Men Just Aren’t That into Erection Drugs

By Michael Castleman michael@mcastleman.com © Michael Castleman.  Reprinted with permission. In March 1998 when Viagra was first approved, Maryland anesthesiologist Ken Haslam, M.D. (Cal B.S. 1956) was 64, single, and dating. “I was meeting lots of women. It was exciting. And for me, new relationships lead to great sex. I heard about Viagra, of course. But with all the excitement in my life, I didn’t need any... Read more...

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