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Men's Health

News and Features Related to Men's Health

  1. Testosterone Linked to Weight Loss in Obese Men

    May 9, 2012 -- Testosterone replacement may promote weight loss in obese older men who have low levels of the male sex hormone, a new study shows. But before men try to lose weight by bumping up their testosterone, experts agree that more studies are needed to show that the treatment is both safe an

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  2. Male Pattern Baldness: New Root Cause Found?

    March 21, 2012 -- Researchers are zeroing in on a new potential cause of male pattern baldness, and their discovery may pave the way toward more effective and targeted treatments. Male pattern baldness affects 80% of men younger than age 70. It occurs when hair follicles shrink, and grow tiny hairs

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  3. Is That ‘New Car Smell’ Toxic?

    Feb. 15, 2012 -- That “new car smell” may come from toxic chemicals, according to new research. A new study suggests that new car smell comes from toxic chemicals off-gassing in a car’s interior, like brominated flame retardants (BFRs), chromium, and lead. In all, researchers identified more than 27

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  4. Life Cycle of a Penis

    It's no secret that a man's sexual function declines with age. As his testosterone level falls, it takes more to arouse him. Once aroused, he takes longer to get an erection and to achieve orgasm and, following orgasm, to become aroused again. Age brings marked declines in semen volume and sperm qua

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  5. Treatment Shows Promise for Premature Ejaculation

    Dec. 2, 2011 (Chicago) -- An experimental approach in which penile nerve tissue is frozen to knock out overactive nerves helped men with premature ejaculation last three times longer. Researchers tested the technique on 24 men who hadn't been helped by standard treatments. They lasted an average of

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  6. Experts Call Male Menopause a Myth

    Dec. 2, 2011 (New York City) -- It may be called "men"-opause, but it’s a time of life that only belongs to women. Male menopause, well, that may be a myth, according to some experts. While many men and men’s health experts argue that male menopause (andropause) occurs when a man’s supply of the mal

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  7. Q and A With Garry Marshall

    Seventy-seven-year-old Garry Marshall has directed some of the most popular movies in recent times, including Pretty Woman, Runaway Bride, and The Princess Diaries. He also worked on hit TV shows, including The Lucy Show, Happy Days, Mork and Mindy, Laverne and Shirley, and The Odd Couple. Born in B

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  8. J.R. Martinez Steps Up for Burn Patients

    The first week of February is National Burn Awareness Week, but for ABC's Dancing With the Stars winner J.R. Martinez, every day is an opportunity to focus on people who have suffered burns. Martinez, 28, says he's always been on the dance floor at parties but has never danced professionally. Still,

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  9. Men Don't Always Think About Sex

    Nov. 29, 2011 -- Men do think about sex more often than women overall, but not all the time -- and the gap is not as wide as you might think, a new study finds. "The absolute number of sexual thoughts is dramatically less than the urban legend that men think about sex every seven seconds," says stud

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  10. FDA Approves Cialis to Treat Enlarged Prostate

    Oct. 6, 2011 -- Cialis has been approved by the FDA for the treatment of enlarged prostate. It may also be used to treat men who have both enlarged prostate and erectile dysfunction (ED) at the same time. Cialis is the first ED drug to be approved for treating benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). Com

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