• Study finds Younger Men With Erectile Dysfunction at Higher Risk of Heart Disease

Men who experience erectile dysfunction at a young age — from 40 to 49 — are two times more likely to develop heart disease compared to men without erectile dysfunction, according to a new Mayo Clinic study.

Overall, researchers found that men with erectile dysfunction have an 80 percent higher risk of heart disease compared to those without erectile dysfunction.

Jennifer St. Sauver, Ph.D., one of the researchers talks about the study.


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