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Study Shows Viagra Helps Women with Depression Side Effects


The World Health Organization estimates at least 120 million people suffer from depression, a common disorder that can be treated in most cases with medication. But medication often produces side effects such as headache, nausea, difficulty sleeping and a reduced sex drive. Now a study shows that a drug called sildenafil - normally prescribed for men - can also help women. VOA's Melinda Smith has more on the medication better known as Viagra.

Some video courtesy of Journal of the American Medical Association

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