• Testosterone decline associated with increased mortality risk

    Men experiencing a pronounced, age-related decline in testosterone level are more likely to die of any cause during a 15-year period vs. men who have testosterone levels in the 10th to 90th percentile, according to findings reported in the European Journal of Endocrinology. Stine A. Holmboe, MSc, a doctoral student in the department of growth […]

  • BALD GUYS ARE SEEN AS SMART, DOMINANT, AND JUST PLAIN SEXY, NEW STUDY SAYS

    With increasing age comes many wonderful things, including hard-learned wisdom, better sex, and cold, hard cash. But since life is a total bitch, aging also flings some serious horse shit our way, too, namely in the form of achy knees, the ‘dad bod,’ and baldness. Oh, that darn male pattern baldness. Statistics show that by […]

  • As Men’s Weight Rises, Sperm Health May Fall

    A widening waistline may make for shrinking numbers of sperm, new research suggests. Indian scientists studied more than 1,200 men and found that too much extra weight was linked to a lower volume of semen, a lower sperm count and lower sperm concentration. Dr. Ronald Klatz, President of the A4M, Sept. 29, 2017 remarks, “I’ve […]

  • Is testosterone replacement therapy the right thing for aging males?

    A study suggests that exercise can reduce the risk of heart damage for middle-aged adults and seniors. According to the study, even those who are obese will benefit from physical activity. Wochit Testosterone (T) is a naturally occurring hormone in men, and most of it is produced in the testicles. At puberty, T production escalates, […]

  • Testosterone therapy improves sexual, urinary function in men

    Men with hypogonadism treated long-term with testosterone therapy experience improvements in sexual and urinary function compared with men who are not treated, according to findings published in The Journal of Urology. Abdulmaged M. Traish, PhD, of the department of biochemistry and department of urology at Boston University School of Medicine, and colleagues evaluated data on […]

  • Hair loss warning: THIS popular medication could trigger erectile dysfunction

    HAIR loss – or alopecia – affects half of men over the age of 30 in the UK, but using certain medications to counteract it could cause erectile dysfunction – which is the inability of a man to get and maintain an erection. By the time they reach their fifties, over 50 per cent of […]

  • The Benefits of High Cholesterol

    People with high cholesterol live the longest. This statement seems so incredible that it takes a long time to clear one´s brainwashed mind to fully understand its importance. Yet the fact that people with high cholesterol live the longest emerges clearly from many scientific papers. Consider the finding of Dr. Harlan Krumholz of the Department […]

  • Ben Stiller Wants Men to Test for Prostate Cancer

    Actor Ben Stiller was as surprised as anyone when he heard these words: “So yeah, it’s cancer.” After all, he was only 48 and had no real reason to suspect that he had cancer, especially prostate cancer, which many people think of as an older man’s disease. “I have no history of prostate cancer in […]

  • Low Plasma Testosterone Is Associated With Elevated Cardiovascular Disease Biomarkers

    BACKGROUND: The relation between testosterone (T) plasma concentration and cardiovascular (CV) risk is unclear, with evidence supporting increased risk in men with low and high T levels. Few studies have assessed CV risk as a function of plasma T levels using objective biomarkers. AIM: To determine the relation between T levels and high-sensitivity CV risk […]

  • Your Risk Of Erectile Dysfunction More Than Triples If You Have This Health Condition

    High blood sugar can make it hard to get hard: Men with diabetes are significantly more likely to have erectile dysfunction that those with normal blood sugar readings, new research in the journal Diabetic Medicine concludes. That’s a problem, since diabetes cases have increased four-fold since 1980. After crunching the numbers from 145 studies including […]