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Erectile dysfunction (ED) is a highly prevalent disorder in males that increases markedly with aging. Diagnostic and treatment approaches for the disorder have proliferated in the past decade, along with increased understanding of the underlying physiology of male erection. Two specific themes...
Eating disorders represent a spectrum of overlapping conditions that combine disturbances in eating with various forms of traditional psychopathology. Medications are often helpful in the management of the psychopathology associated with anorexia nervosa but no compound has been shown to assist...
This paper reviews the efficacy of psychological and pharmacological therapies, singly and combined, for treating insomnia. Their clinical usefulness are discussed in terms of short- and long-term outcomes, patient's acceptance and adherence to treatment, and cost-benefits/effectiveness....
In the present article we selectively review controlled studies of psychological and pharmacological interventions for patients with disease-related and non-disease-related pain. We evaluate these studies in light of the criteria for empirically validated treatments set forth in the American...
Cigarette smoking is the single most preventable cause of premature mortality in this country. Fortunately, there are both behavioral and pharmacological approaches that are effective in long-term smoking cessation. The purpose of this review will be first to highlight the short- and long-term...
A comprehensive review of empirical findings from controlled studies of nonpharmacological treatments used either alone or in combination with pharmacological therapies for recurrent headache disorders is presented. Overall, the evidence support the value of approaches based on relaxation,...
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