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Men's Health

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  1. Study Suggests Vasectomy-Dementia Link

    Feb. 22, 2007 -- Having a vasectomy may increase a man’s risk of developing a rare form of dementia, early research suggests, although more study is needed to confirm the finding. Researchers at Chicago’s Northwestern University found that men with a neurological condition known as primary progressi

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  2. Veggies for Enlarged Prostate Risk

    Feb. 14, 2007 -- Enlarged prostates appear to be less common among men who eat lots of vegetables, a new study shows. Benign prostate hyperplasia (BPH) is common in older men. With BPH, the prostate becomes enlarged. The condition is not cancerous, but it can hamper urine's flow. The exact cause of

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  3. Spray for Premature Ejaculation Helps

    Jan. 26, 2007 -- An anesthetic spray more than doubles the "lasting" time for men with premature ejaculation, according to a study by the company that makes the experimental spray. The metered-dose, aerosol spray is a mixture of the anesthetics lidocaine and prilocaine. It is spritzed onto the tip o

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  4. Testosterone Use for Aging Questioned

    Jan. 19, 2007 -- A growing number of middle-aged and elderly men are using testosterone creams, gels, and patches in an effort to feel young again, but there is little evidence the treatments are either effective or safe. That is the conclusion of investigators from the Mayo Clinic who conducted two

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  5. Long-Predicted Flu Shot Delay Being Felt Around the Nation

    Dec. 5, 2000 -- Snow may be on the ground in some places across the U.S., and Christmas lights up, but don't count on getting a flu shot yet unless you fall into a high-risk category. That is essentially the message from state health departments contacted by WebMD -- some of them still waiting for m

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  6. Study: Men's Testosterone Levels Down

    Oct. 26, 2006 -- A new study shows a drop in average blood levels of testosterone in middle-aged Boston men over the last 20 years. The reasons for that decline aren't clear, and participants' average testosterone levels are in the normal range, the study shows. The report appears in The Journal of

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  7. Do Cell Phones Affect Sperm Quality?

    Oct. 23, 2006 -- There just might be a connection between a suspected decline in male fertility and increased cell phone use, but experts say much more research is needed to confirm an association. In a study led by researchers from The Cleveland Clinic, men who used their cell phones the most had p

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  8. Aspirin May Cut Enlarged Prostate Risk

    Aug. 30, 2006 -- An enlarged prostate is almost a rite of passage for men as they age, but a daily aspirin may cut the risk of this common problem. Men who reported daily use of aspirin or other anti-inflammatory drugs, such as ibuprofen and naproxen, were 25% less likely to develop moderate to seve

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  9. Fatherhood May Change the Brain

    Aug. 21, 2006 -- Becoming a father may really mess with your head, or at least a monkey's head. A new study shows that marmoset monkey fathers display differences in brain structure and hormone receptors compared with nonfathers. More study is needed to determine if the same changes occur in other m

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  10. Guns Up Testosterone, Male Aggression

    July 28, 2006 -- Handling a gun makes men's testosterone levels rise -- and makes them more aggressive. The finding comes from a study by psychology student Jennifer Klinesmith and her professors at Knox College, Galesburg, Ill. Klinesmith designed the study, in which 18- to 22-year-old college men

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