Study: Viagra can reduce stress on heart

10/25/2005 | SeattlePI.com

The impotence drug Viagra is not advised for heart patients, but a new study found the drug could help control heart function when the heart experiences stress. Researchers at Johns Hopkins University showed that the popular erectile dysfunction drug can blunt the harder heartbeat caused by chemically induced stress but said Viagra has minimal impact on the heart under normal conditions.

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