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Odor-causing bacteria grow better on synthetics than cotton clothing, study says
Triathlons, the swim-bike-run races of varying lengths, are scaling the bucket lists of many middle-aged athletes.
3 exercises to tone your arms
Boosting levels of key protein could make a difference for some men, researchers suggest
Phthalates, found in plastics and personal care products, may disrupt sexual development, experts say
Vicki Wolf was only 36 when she was first diagnosed with early-stage breast cancer. After her third diagnosis 11 years later, the native Philadelphian had a genetic test that revealed what she dreaded and expected: She had inherited a mutation in a gene that made her susceptible to the disease.
It's not every day - maybe not any day - that scientists disclose their religion and method of circumcision in an academic paper.
Trouble with your stubble? Fret not. There's a hair-raising solution growing in popularity: the facial hair transplant.
Number of factors may make it tougher for straight women to do the same, experts say
Men who have more social connections such as through marriage and religious participation tend to have a lower risk of suicide, according to a new study.
Doctors suggest widely varying treatments; second opinion vital, experts say
Acts include hitting, kicking, biting, choking, threatening with a weapon, survey finds
Joint committee to consider whether 'Low T' products are overprescribed and whether treatment raises heart risks
Testosterone might be the link between the two, but more research needed to prove a connection
Study suggests heart-healthy exercise may keep blood vessels more flexible
23 new variants associated with increased risk of the disease, study shows
Trends can last up to 10 years after a movie is released, researchers report
New study says 'spooning' isn't ideal for all men with aching backs
Those who do pursue sex reassignment 'will have an easier time of it,' expert says
They were more likely to develop aggressive disease sooner than white patients, study says
Recommendations are for men whose tumors have grown resistant to hormonal therapies
Genital warts cases fell by 61 percent after schools started providing free shots, researchers say
But no similar association was found between mother and children
Study links harassment at home to higher levels of depression, anxiety
Physical activity linked to fewer symptoms of nocturia, study says