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For a story yesterday about the $100 million being spent to launch a P&G product that, in the form of a patch, is supposed to help middle-aged, menopausal women be more interested in sex, we euphemistically called it "Female Viagra" in our headline.

Well, the good news is we can report that many of you have spam filters that are working. We know this because it never occurred to us that the word "viagra" in the emailed headline would automatically bounce the email back to us.

Which it did. Hundreds of them.

For which we apologize. (It was a legitimate story. Really.)

This also explains why many of you received a second, revised Wake Up Call later in the morning. Once we realized what the problem was, we edited out the offending word and resent it.

Hope this clears up any confusion. And again, we apologize.
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