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Testosterone Replacement Therapy

Next to adrenaline, testosterone is probably one of the most well-known and beloved hormones that humans produce. Ask any guy what testosterone means to him and he might start raving about his barbell workout or boasting about his love life. But sometimes, the amount of testosterone that the body produces declines, and this is where […]

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Testosterone Therapy Doesn’t Raise Prostate Cancer Risk

If you’ve thought about undergoing testosterone therapy for male menopause (andropause) symptoms but have been afraid hormone treatments would increase your chances of getting prostate cancer, a new study should make you breathe easier. Results of a UK study show that the number of men who developed prostate cancer while on long-term testosterone replacement therapy […]

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Decline in Testosterone Due to Smoking, Obesity and Depression

Don’t keep blaming the decline in testosterone levels on getting older, say the authors of a new Australian study. Instead, “testosterone changes are largely explained by smoking behavior and changes in health status, particularly obesity and depression,” claims Gary Wittert, MD, professor of medicine at the University of Adelaide. Testosterone levels decline naturally as men […]

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Erectile Dysfunction Improves with CPAP Therapy

If you are a man who has obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) and problems with sexual function, the results of a new study could be welcome news. Investigators found that use of continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) therapy in men with OSA can improve sexual function and libido, and is especially beneficial in men with erectile […]

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Kegel Exercises for Better Sex and Prostate Health

Keep working on your abs, triceps, deltoids, and quads, but there’s one more muscle group men should be focusing on as well: pelvic floor muscles. If you want better erections, more lasting power in bed, and control over urinary incontinence, then be sure to add Kegel exercises to your routine. Although Kegel exercises are usually […]

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Testosterone Therapy Not a Risk for Prostate Cancer Recurrence

Results of a retrospective review show that men with low testosterone who chose testosterone replacement therapy after prostatectomy were not at increased risk of prostate cancer recurrence. This study was presented at the 2012 American Urological Association annual meeting in Atlanta, Georgia. Use of testosterone replacement therapy in men with prostate cancer has been controversial because […]

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Modified Citrus Pectin Counteracts Inflammation

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Label for BPH Drug Finasteride Now Warns of Sexual Side Effects

If you take finasteride for benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) or for male pattern baldness, get ready to see new labeling with your prescription. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has announced labeling changes for both the name brands (Proscar and Propecia) and generic finasteride formulations after it reviewed the adverse event reports related to this […]

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Berries, Apples and Tea Reduce Parkinson’s Disease Risk in Men

Are flavonoid-rich foods like berries, apples, and tea a regular part of your diet? If not, it’s time to include them, as a new study from Harvard shows these phytonutrients can reduce a man’s risk—but not a woman’s—of developing Parkinson’s disease by about 40%. Parkinson’s disease is a neurodegenerative disease diagnosed in 50,000 to 60,000 people […]

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Does Omega-3 Really Help Your Heart?

Omega-3 fatty acids have been the subject of much research and associated with a number of health benefits, and now one of them has been questioned in a new study. Results of a meta-analysis suggest there is insufficient evidence that omega-3 supplements are effective in reducing the risk of developing heart disease among people with a […]

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