Men's Health Research and Studies Directory
Explore the research and studies being done in the field of men's health. Learn about the clinical trials and how researchers are learning what makes men healthy or sick. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how men's health research is conducted and what clinical trials you can participate in.
Erectile Dysfunction Clinical Trials
If your prostate cancer has led to erectile dysfunction, you may want to consider participating in a clinical trial that explores treatments.
Myths and Facts About Erectile Dysfunction
Find out what's true and what's false about the causes and treatments of erectile dysfunction (ED).
Study Garners no Support for Back Belts as Injury Preventers
Back-support belts may be more of a fashion statement than a workplace injury-prevention device, suggest researchers from the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health.
Christopher Reeve's Legacy of Research
Actor and quadriplegic Christopher Reeve inspired people to work harder to find a cure for spinal cord injuries.
Top Men's Health Topics of 2010
WebMD's top men's health topics of 2010.
Top 10 Health Tips for Men
A men's health expert reveals the top 10 things you can do to improve your health, boost your sex life, and live better.
Slideshows & Images
For Men Only: 15 Ways to Stay on Top of Your Game
Show the world you're on top of your game. See some simple tips for putting your best foot forward and improving your self-image.
Beach Body Essentials for Men
Get yourself beach-ready before you hit the sand with this visual guide to grooming, choosing flattering swim trunks, and workouts that can flatten your belly and pump up your muscles.
10 Health Mistakes Men Make
Are you making these common mistakes when it comes to your health?
The Truth About Men’s Health
Think you know the difference between myth and reality when it comes to men’s health issues? Take this quiz and find out.
Things Men Can Stop Worrying About in Bed
Are you concerned about bedroom “problems” when you don’t really need to be? Take this WebMD quiz to throw back the covers and expose the truth.