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November 03, 2005

Make-up May Mask the True Feminine Glow

Make-up, scientists believe, interferes with the most basic and instinctive lines of communication between male and female.

It masks the natural feminine glow which, through centuries of evolution, has been the signal to a man that a woman is fertile. (Daily Mail)

September 24, 2005

Testosterone Therapy Helps Women Maintain Sex Life

If you could follow gynecologist Jessica Berger-Weiss around in her Silver Spring office for a day, you might be surprised by what you hear. Four to five times a day, every day, women in their thirties, forties and fifties emotionally tell Berger-Weiss about a problem they think is uniquely theirs: "Doctor, I just don't have any interest in sex." (Washington Post)

December 03, 2004

FDA Advisors Vote Against Intrinsa

In a unanimous decision, the FDA advisory committee said more research is needed on Intrinsa, a new testosterone patch for women. An FDA decision is expected in a few weeks.

December 02, 2004

Intrinsa Patch for Female Sexual Dysfunction

Proctor and Gamble is seeking FDA apporoval for the sex drive drug Intrinsa. Federal panel hears experts and some urge delay.