By Simon Rocker, September 24, 2009
New York’s Yeshiva University is usually celebrated for its rabbinic scholarship.
So you wouldn’t normally associate the Orthodox-run institution with virility aids for the erectilely challenged.
But scientists at Yeshiva’s Albert Einstein School of Medicine are working on a cream that will help raise the lowly — as the Psalmist might have said — which has been described as a rub-on alternative to Viagra.
It is currently being tried out on rats and should be ready for human guinea-pigs in a few years.
Let’s hope they don’t test in on the rabbinical students.