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Viagra heart-shaped candyA gimmick timed for Valentine's Day, or a dangerous medical precedent? Britain's biggest pharmacy chain, Boots, will start selling Viagra over the counter at some stores on Feb. 14 - a day also designated in Britain as National Impotence Day.

As reported by the Associated Press, Viagra will be made available to men ages 30 to 65 who want the impotence-fighting drug. The pharmacy says that it will run the program for 6 months in three of their locations and then may decide to expand it to other stores.

Granted, men looking to try the drug will have to undergo some tests (blood pressure, cholesterol) before they can buy it, but it seems like this has many folks in an uproar. Viagra has after all been linked to certain side effects like blurred vision and is even believed to be responsible for heart failure and stroke in some men. I've never used the stuff myself, but at 4 pills for $97 I can see why it might give a guy heart palpitations. Talk about an expensive hard-on!

Posted by PRS
Monday, February 12th, 2007


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