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Men's Health

News Related to Men's Health

  1. TV Viewing Linked to Lower Sperm Count

    Feb. 5, 2013 -- Healthy young men who watch TV for more than 20 hours a week have almost half the sperm count of men who watch very little television. But men who do 15 or more hours of moderate to vigorous exercise every week have sperm counts that are 73% higher than those who exercise for less th

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  2. Calcium Supplements Tied to Heart Risk in Men

    By Steven Reinberg HealthDay Reporter MONDAY, Feb. 4 (HealthDay News) -- Men taking calcium supplements may be running a nearly 20 percent increased risk of dying from cardiovascular disease, a new study suggests. Both men and women take calcium supplements to prevent bone loss. In this study of cal

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  3. Belly Fat Bad for Men's Bones

    Nov. 28, 2012 (Chicago) -- Obese men with beer bellies may be at greater risk of weak bones and fractures than obese men whose fat tends to gather in the thighs and buttocks, a small study suggests. Previous research has shown that belly fat is bad for women's bones. So when a recent study showed th

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  4. Multivitamins Do Not Prevent Heart Disease

    Nov. 5, 2012 (Los Angeles) -- Don't count on a vitamin a day to protect you from heart disease. A large, well-designed study shows that men who took daily multivitamins for years did not lower the risk of heart attack, stroke, or death from heart disease. The study followed nearly 15,000 middle-aged

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  5. CDC: Military Veterans Report Poorer Health

    Aug. 2, 2012 -- Men who served in the military carry a heavier health burden than non-veterans. According to a CDC report released today, veterans are significantly more likely to have two or more chronic diseases, such as diabetes, heart disease, and high blood pressure, as well as other health pro

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  6. Men vs. Women: Whose Offices Are Germier?

    May 30, 2012 -- If you're reading this at work, brace yourself. A new study shows that typical offices have hundreds of types of bacteria in them, and men's offices have the most. Researchers report finding more than 500 different types of bacteria on common surfaces in offices in three major U.S. c

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  7. 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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  8. 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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  9. 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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  10. 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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