If you have total coronary occlusions, or coronary arteries that have been completely blocked for at least 3 months, much has changed. There has been a huge expansion in treatment options.
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The penis is a sensitive organ. If you are thinking of getting a penile tattoo or piercing, here’s what you need to consider.
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