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Men's Health

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  1. Brad Pitt Has Mild Viral Meningitis

    July 14, 2005 -- Actor Brad Pitt is recovering from a mild case of meningitis, says publicist Cindy Guagenti in an Associated Press news report. He is at home and doing well, she says. Pitt reportedly checked himself into Cedars-Sinai Medical Center on Monday night for flu-like symptoms. He went hom

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  2. Cell Phone Use While Driving Ups Crash Risk

    July 12, 2005 -- Drivers who talk on a mobile phone are four times more likely to be involved in a serious crash, according to a new study. Researchers found people who used a hands-free or regular handheld cell phone while driving were four times more likely to be involved in a serious crash within

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  3. Study: Prostate Screening Saves Lives

    July 8, 2005 -- The PSA prostate cancer screening test saves lives, a new study shows. For men with no symptoms of prostate trouble, PSA screening cuts the risk of deadly metastatic prostate cancer -- cancer that spreads through the body -- by 35%. The finding comes from a study comparing 236 men wi

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  4. Rich People Die Differently

    July 7, 2005 -- Rich people not only live differently than the rest of us, but a new study suggests that they die differently, too. Researchers found older men and women who had a net worth of $70,000 or more were a third less likely than poorer people to have been in pain frequently in the year bef

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  5. Gov't Set to Step In on Pro Drug Testing

    July 7, 2005 -- Professional sports leagues could soon face a new federal law clamping down on anabolic steroids and other performance-enhancing drugs used by athletes. Anabolic steroids are synthetic male sex hormones. They can be prescribed by doctors to treat conditions resulting from low testost

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  6. Study: Men May Overestimate Normal Penis Size

    June 29, 2005 -- Some men may have the wrong idea about normal penis size, says a researcher in Canada. Rany Shamloul, MD, studied 92 men who complained of small penis size at an Egyptian andrology clinic in Cairo. None actually had a small penis. Most were reassured to hear that, write Shamloul, wh

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  7. Rise in Health Costs Outpaces Wages

    June 21, 2005 -- The rise in health care costs for American workers hit a plateau in 2004, though costs continue to rise at a speed that analysts warn is unsustainable. Health care costs for workers with private insurance went up 8.2% in 2004, an increase roughly similar to the year before, accordin

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  8. Gulf War Illness: 10 Years Later

    June 6, 2005 -- Ten years after the end of the 1991 war with Iraq, the physical health of veterans who served in the Persian Gulf was similar to that of veterans who served elsewhere, with several notable exceptions, a new study shows. Gulf War veterans were more likely than veterans who served outs

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  9. Chronic Illness in Middle Age?

    May 31, 2005 -- Glance around the waiting room in your family doctor's office, and many people may be facing more than one chronic illness, even if they're only in middle age. Chronic illnesses - such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol, arthritis, depression, and heart disease -- are not just

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  10. Levitra a Day May Keep the Doctor Away

    May 24, 2005 -- Men now have two new reasons to take erection-enhancing drugs every day. Those reasons: The drugs may lower a man's risk of heart disease and of noncancerous prostate symptoms. Instead of calling them erectile dysfunction drugs, they might come to be called "men's health pills," sugg

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