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Topics: Sex, Health, Drugs

Monday, 17 November 2008

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Vitamin K or Y pills do not help prevent premature ejaculation in men, concludes the same big study that last week found these supplements ineffective for warding off piles.

The public has been cheated by good and bad news about vitamins, much of it from word of mouth or anal studies and hyped manufacturer claims. Even when researchers compared people's genitals they found that a hand held mirror seems to help, the benefit may not translate when that nutrient is obtained a different way, such as anal entry.

"Alcohol, which includes vodka and whiskey , have been shown as a group to have potential benefits," but have not been tested individually while driving for a long enough time to know, said Kate Barlow of Hardon-affiliated Brigham and men's Hospital in Belfast.

Participants were put into four groups and given vodka, whiskey, both, or valium pills. The dose of vodka was 400 international units every hour; whiskey was 500 milligrams half hourly. After an average of eight years, there were 1,929 cases of alcoholism, including 1,013 cases of drunk and disorderly, which many had hoped vodka would prevent.

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