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Get Your Lost Erection Back with Sildenafil Citrate 100mg

Erectile dysfunction (ED) is a sick and naughty male sexual dysfunction to have.  Because of this condition, it inhibits you from having successful intercourse with your female partner.  This is because without an erection, vaginal penetration is not possible.  Fortunately, although only temporary, you can get your erection back using sildenafil citrate 100mg.  Sildenafil citrate 100mg is very effective in providing you the erection you lost due to erectile dysfunction as it is the generic alternative of Viagra, the most popular and highly sought after ED treatment drug.

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With Nova Scotia election approaching, MDs provide voting guide

There's less than one week left until the June 9 Nova Scotia election. Current polls have the NDP poised to form a government, forcing the incumbent Progressive Conservatives into opposition.

But, of course, the results are not decided until the last ballot is counted. So for doctors and patients alike who are still unsure of how they are going to vote, Doctors Nova Scotia has put together a voter's guide that includes not only the medical association's position on five important health policy topics (physician recruitment, emergency care, long-term care, healthy living, and electronic medical records) but also the positions of the Tories, the NDP and the Liberals on those topics, to help voters discern where the parties stand.

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