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Helle Gerbild

Helle Gerbild

Assistant Researcher in Public Health, University of Southern Denmark
Helle Gerbild, Ph.d. student at General Practice Department of Public Health, University of Southern Denmark. Associated professor at University College Lillebælt. Physiotherapist at Årslev Fysioterapi. Coproductive research in health care students attitude towards addressing sexual health, and physical activity to improve erectile function. Current project is 'Management of urinary incontinence in women - general practitioners’ and physiotherapists’ implementation of new national clinical guidelines.' Research methodology used: Psychometric, Review.

Erectile dysfunction: exercise could be the solution

Dec 16, 2018 13:08 pm UTC| Insights & Views Health

Men with erectile dysfunction can improve their sexual function with 40 minutes of aerobic exercise, four times a week, according to our latest review of the evidence. We reviewed all international studies carried out...

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Economy

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Politics

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