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Low Testosterone

Unpacking the Dangers of Testosterone Replacement Therapy

Dr. David Samadi | Posted 07.09.2016 | Healthy Living
Dr. David Samadi

Before approaching testosterone replacement therapy, I also strongly believe men should look into natural ways to increase their testosterone. This begins and ends with losing weight, as we already mentioned, but here are a few more methods to consider.

Bullies on the Playground of Recreational Sex

Sienna Jae Fein | Posted 10.22.2014 | Fifty
Sienna Jae Fein

he ubiquitous and unabashed ED message, that real men have rock-hard erections, is delivered by rugged, denim-clad actors who promise that the man who pharmaceutically re-ignites his "readiness" will return unparalleled pleasure to his female partner (the women in these ads are beside themselves with grateful anticipation).

Is Low Testosterone Adding To Your Menopause Miseries?

Ellen Dolgen | Posted 09.17.2014 | Fifty
Ellen Dolgen

Are you having a bout of "fuzzy brain"? You know, that "where is my car/my purse/my mind" experience?

Is 'Low T' A Real Illness Or Just Pharma Windfall?

Posted 02.05.2014 | Healthy Living

By Marc Lallanilla, Assistant Editor Published: 02/05/2014 12:06 PM EST on LiveScience Low levels of the sex hormone testosterone — commonly r...

Low Testosterone Linked With Heart Risks

Posted 10.02.2013 | Healthy Living

Men with low testosterone might be at a greater risk for developing or dying from heart disease, a new review of research suggests. Researchers fou...

What More Men Are Using Now Than Ever Before

LiveScience.com | Rachael Rettner | Posted 06.04.2013 | Fifty

The percentage of middle-aged men in the United States taking testosterone to treat symptoms of low testosterone, or "low T," has increased substantia...

Hormone Replacement Therapy: For Men, Too?

Jeffry Life, M.D., Ph.D. | Posted 09.07.2011 | Healthy Living
Jeffry Life, M.D., Ph.D.

The most recent scientific studies prove that men who don't treat their testosterone deficiency are the ones at risk for a very naturally occurring disease: death.