Testosterone therapy is a $2 Billion industry as men seek its use for a variety of reasons, but does it pose a threat to fueling prostate cancer?
Happy Mother's Day. We wish all mothers a great day and a healthy Spring season. You inherit all of your mitochondria from your biological mother. How amazing is that? Mothers protect the survival of our species.
Everyone needs testosterone for strong bodies, fit minds and strong immune systems.
Testosterone levels are reduced with our daily exposure to plastics.
Leave it to the Italian researchers. They found another incredible benefit for Vitamin D.
Vitamin D is important for bone health, cancer protection, general health but now it can give you a bedroom boost.
We all want good working hips throughout our lifetime. A recent study found that older men (age 65 and up) who had higher uric acid levels were 62% more likely to fracture a hip. High uric acid levels were associated with higher rate of hip fractures in older men and not women.
Higher levels of serum uric acid had a protective bone effect in postmenopausal women. Women with low uric acid levels had a 40% increased risk for osteoporosis.
Your big toe and your penis? That's according to the results of a cross-sectional survey of men at a rheumatology clinic. \
I'll end the medical suspense. Men who suffer from severe gout usually have erectile dysfunction or ED. It makes sense to screen patients with gout for ED.
Viagra is not all magic.
It can double your risk of melanoma. My health message today concerns all of the older men who use Viagra for erectile dysfunction because taking it doubles your risk of melanoma.
Forget about the earlier reports of sudden blindness; melanoma is worse.
Low T has been in the medical news for a while now.
First it was said to cause cardiovascular disease then the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists said it didn't. What is the low down on low T? We need to separate fiction from facts.
What causes Low T and how many men have it?
What caused French sperm counts to fall by a third? We may have to enlist Poirot to solve this mystery. So far, the facts are 26,000 men from Aquitaine and Midi-Pyrenees in Southwestern France where Bordeaux is made had a significant decline in the number and quality of their sperm.