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  1. Penis Spray for Premature Ejaculation

    April 26, 2009 -- An anesthetic spray for the penis, used five minutes before sex, helps men delay orgasm six times longer than usual. The finding comes from a placebo-controlled clinical trial conducted by Plethora Solutions of London, England. The 300 men in the study suffered from premature ejacu

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  2. Circumcision May Reduce Risk of STDs

    March 25, 2009 - Circumcised men have a 25% lower risk of genital herpes and a 35% lower risk of HPV, the virus that causes genital warts and cancers. The data come from a study in Uganda that already has shown circumcision effective in reducing a man's risk of HIV infection from heterosexual sex. T

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  3. The Emotional Toll of Urinary Incontinence in Men

    Nearly one out of every five men over the age of 60 is having to deal with male urinary incontinence. That's a lot of people. But as common as male incontinence is, odds are good that you've never met a single guy who fessed up to having it. It's not exactly a topic men are anxious to discuss in the

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  4. Steve Jobs' Hormonal Imbalance: FAQ

    Jan. 5, 2009 -- Steve Jobs today posted a letter on the Apple web site stating that he has a "hormonal imbalance" that caused him to lose weight throughout 2008, and that he's being treated and staying on the job as Apple's CEO. In 2004, Jobs had surgery to remove a pancreatic tumor, which he called

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  5. Energy for Sale

    If the names of today's energy products have any truth to them, vitality and endurance are readily available in bars, drinks, gels, ices, herbs, and supplements. PowerBar. Red Bull. Amp. Gatorade. Accelerade. Super Energizer. Energice. Well they sure sound energizing.  But are they actually any bett

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  6. Jeremy Piven's High Mercury Count: FAQ

    Dec. 18, 2008 -- Actor Jeremy Piven has ended his role in the Broadway revival of the David Mamet play Speed-the-Plow after being diagnosed with a "high mercury count." Mercury is an element found throughout the environment. High levels of exposure to mercury can harm the brain, heart, kidneys, lung

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  7. Men’s Vitamin D Levels Dipped Over Decades

    (Dec. 8, 2008) -- Men may not be getting as much vitamin D as they did in the past, and that's not good, a new study says. The reasons for the decline, however, aren't crystal clear, according to study author Anne C. Looker, PhD, of the National Center for Health Statistics, which is part of the CDC

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  8. Top Men’s Health Stories of 2008: Readers' Choice

    Men apparently don’t know everything about sex, which propelled our story on sex mistakes to the runaway favorite in 2008. Eating and drinking also ranked high on readers’ to-do list. Those topics are among the most viewed men’s health stories on WebMD for 2008. 6 Sex Mistakes Men Make Virtual Sex:

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  9. Statins Lower Prostate Cancer Marker

    Oct. 28, 2008 - PSA, a marker of prostate cancer risk, drops slightly in men who lower their cholesterol with statin drugs. The statin drugs Crestor, Lescol, Lipitor, Mevacor, Pravachol, and Zocor lower cholesterol. Recent studies suggest they may lower men's risk of advanced prostate cancer. But th

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  10. Stem Cells From Adult Sperm Cells

    Oct. 8, 2008 -- Testicular germ cells appear to be able to mimic embryonic stem cells and become any cell in the body. The cells, called spermatogonial cells, are adult stem cells. They are the source of men's lifelong supply of sperm. Now these cells may become the source of stem cells capable of t

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