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Men's Health

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  1. No-Scalpel Treatment for Enlarged Prostate

    March 29, 2011 -- A minimally invasive procedure that cuts off the blood supply to an enlarged prostate may help when medications fail, and it appears to provide good symptom control without sexual dysfunction, a new study shows. The procedure involves using a tiny catheter that is threaded through

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  2. Study: Sexual Side Effects of Hair Loss Drugs Persist

    March 9, 2011 -- Medications that shrink enlarged prostates and treat male pattern baldness can have sexual side effects that may persist after the drugs are discontinued, a new research review suggests. But a manufacturer of one of the drugs says side effects go away when patients stop taking the d

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  3. Man Flu: Is Job Stress to Blame?

    Jan. 19, 2011 -- Men who are tired of being the butt of women’s jokes about "man flu" can now wave a piece of research from their sick beds that suggests the condition does exist. A study has shown that men who are under pressure at work are more likely to complain of sore throats, coughs, and sniff

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  4. Driving Convertibles Can Hurt Hearing

    Jan. 6, 2011 -- Driving a convertible with the top down may seem like fun, but people who go 55 miles per hour or faster may be increasing the risk of hearing loss over time, new research indicates. That’s due in part to the noise of the wind, but also to extreme noise “spikes” heard when passing lo

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  5. Oxytocin Can Bring Back ‘Unloving’ Memories, Too

    Nov. 29, 2010 -- The so-called “love hormone” oxytocin may reinforce loving as well as not-so loving memories of mom for men, according to a new study. Researchers found the hormone amplified pre-existing memories of motherly love in adult men who took a dose of the hormone. For example, men who alr

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  6. High BPA Levels May Hurt Sperm Quality

    Oct. 27, 2010 -- Men with high urinary levels of the controversial chemical bisphenol A (BPA) may have lower sperm quality, which could affect their ability to conceive a child. The new study, which appears in Fertility and Sterility, is the first to link BPA levels to sperm quality in humans. Other

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  7. Low Testosterone Raises Heart Death Risk

    Oct. 19, 2010 - Men with heart disease die sooner if their testosterone levels are low, a U.K. study shows. It's becoming clear that low testosterone is a risk marker for heart disease in men. Now it appears low testosterone predicts worse outcomes in men who already have heart disease. What isn't c

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  8. Researchers Identify Male Menopause Symptoms

    June 17, 2010 -- European researchers have identified physical and psychological symptoms that along with a decreased testosterone level can help diagnose “male menopause.” Male menopause, known clinically as late-onset hypogonadism, refers to a drop in testosterone levels, which sometimes occurs as

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  9. Rocky Relationships Harder for Men

    June 11, 2010 -- A rocky romantic relationship can cause significant stress, but contrary to conventional wisdom, its impact may be harder on young men than on young women, new research indicates. Though previous research has long suggested that unmarried young women are more vulnerable than men to

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  10. Exercise May Ward Off Anger

    June 8, 2010 -- If you're about to have a meeting with your boss that you just know will tick you off, go out and take a quick jog first. So suggests an exercise scientist whose small preliminary study showed that prior exercise may mitigate an angry mood. The findings need to be replicated in much

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