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Scientists Discover Viagra For The Brain

Feb 13, 2017 at 2:02 PM ET

Scientists have just discovered Viagra for the brain—just in time for Valentine’s Day. A small injection of kisspeptin—a key hormone in puberty—enhances the brain’s sexual appetite. This is different from Viagra, which illicit a purely physical response. When shown romantic imagery, men who received kisspeptin had increased activity in their brain’s sexual arousal centers.