Erectile Dysfunction Closely Tied to Heart Attack Risk

Coronary artery disease (CAD) is one reason some men cant achieve an erection, says Cleveland Clinic cardiologist Michael Rocco, MD. In men ages 40 to 70 who have no symptoms of heart trouble, ED is an independent risk factor for a heart attack within about three to five years.
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