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The story is going around that men in large numbers are choosing to schedule the procedure during the NCAA basketball tournament — a perfect excuse, as if they needed one, to camp out in the recliner for a few days.
But Japanese study saw no such benefits for women
Early study tied younger dads to higher odds of breast, ovarian tumors, and older dads to increased risk of uterine disease
It isn't how long, but how well, people sleep that matters, study found
Study sees little value in taking the drug during radiation treatment
But men shouldn't take statins for that effect alone, researcher says
Female acquaintance was the aggressor in majority of cases, U.S. study finds
The toddler they come home to can be much different from the baby they left behind
Physical exam for testosterone levels is also essential because of lab inconsistencies
Polish study found more 'bad' bacteria in the noses, throats of heftier guys
Endocrine Society echoes recent FDA concerns about the popular supplements
Broad facial structure appeals to women -- but only for short-term romances, study finds
CHICAGO (AP) - Gay and bisexual teen boys use illicit steroids at a rate almost six times higher than do straight kids, a "dramatic disparity" that points up a need to reach out to this group, researchers say.
LONDON (AP) - Russian men who down large amounts of vodka - and too many do - have an "extraordinarily" high risk of an early death, a new study says.
European study tracked how many men came back for regular checkups over 13 years
British researchers discover receptors on egg cells that allow sperm to attach, fertilize egg
Study using voodoo dolls suggests irritable partners should grab a snack before speaking
But experts stress findings don't mean fatherhood at an early age dooms men to clinical depression
Premature ejaculation significantly improved after 12-week regimen, study finds
But don't overdo it: Study found that too much babysitting was tied to mental decline
Study says partners can gauge each other's sexual satisfaction
Researchers found they had more severe symptoms, longer recovery times than boys
And limiting focus can result in more harm than good, researchers say
British study finds that too many males associate anorexia, bulimia as only a woman's issue
British study finds that too many males associate anorexia, bulimia as only a woman's issue
Early study tied younger dads to higher odds of breast, ovarian tumors, and older dads to increased risk of uterine disease
Study finds slight increase linked to weight of fathers, not mothers
New method offers 80 percent accuracy, researchers say