Downside for Men Taking Daily Pain Rx
An estimated 43 million Americans use pain medicine on a daily basis. Men taking daily doses of pain medicine may experience an unwanted side effect: low testosterone.
Testosterone, Belly Fat Fighter
Metabolic syndrome refers to a group of symptoms that may be related to obesity centered around the hormone-sensitive area of the belly.
Diabetes Linked to Low Testosterone
If you are a man with diabetes, you are twice as likely as other men to suffer from low testosterone. But does it work the other way around? Can low testosterone boost your risk for diabetes?
More Testosterone, Less Fat?
Earlier research has shown that obesity and low testosterone levels are linked, but could managing testosterone provide a quick fix for obesity?
Odds of ED Go Up With More Medications
Erectile dysfunction (ED) can be a side effect of certain medications. New research links the number of medications taken to the severity of ED symptoms.
Boys Will Be Boys - But Why?
If boys will be boys, that's generally because of the testosterone coursing through their bodies, but how much of this testosterone results from the environment and how much is genetic?
Testosterone Offers Heart Failure Benefit
For patients with moderate to severe heart failure, testosterone supplements may be beneficial, allowing those with the condition to breathe better and engage in more physical activity.
A Difficult Issue
The scourge of late night television and advertisements for erectile dysfunction are now unavoidable, showing up in your magazines, in your email and in your AARP newsletter. What is erectile dysfunction, and what exactly do these drugs do?
'Getting Up' to 'Get Down'
Hey, guys: have you had trouble 'getting it up' when you and your lover are trying to 'get down'? Having erection problems once or twice is not a big deal.
Maladies of Men Only
Men and women have much in common. But let's face it: there are some obvious differences between the sexes, especially when it comes to sexual health.