Thursday, December 18, 2014

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Experts can't explain why testosterone levels of men declined early in partner's pregnancy
But American Red Cross, other groups urge easing restrictions due to better blood screening
Sorry, you've been lied to. Forty is not the new 30, and there is no surgery, cream, magic elixir, age-proofing diet or fountain of youth. Exercise, I'm afraid, is not a cure-all.
A new study suggests that chemicals in sunscreen may impair men's ability to father children.
Study found that in head-on collisions, lowest death rate was seen among those aged 15-24
Men who decide with their doctors to keep a close eye on their prostate cancer - instead of treating it right away - tend to have physical and mental wellbeing equal to or better than men who opt for immediate treatment.
Rushing to put on a condom may lead to problems that raise the risk of sexually transmitted infections.
Virus could put them at raised risk for throat cancers, researchers say
This Movember, the month formally known as November, men are growing moustaches for thirty days in effort to inspire real conversations about and raise money for men’s health issues, in particular prostate cancer, testicular cancer and men’s mental health through The Movember Foundation, a global organization committed to changing the face of men’s health.
Lower body stretches for flexibility
Experts warn that older men are at risk for osteoporosis, too
Experts can't explain why testosterone levels of men declined early in partner's pregnancy
Rates of chlamydia dip for the first time in 30 years
Studies find semen retains deadly virus for up to 91 days
Study of younger patients finds they often get misinformation
But long-acting IUDs are gaining in popularity, experts note
Medical conditions or treatments may affect fertility, researchers say
Medical conditions or treatments may affect fertility, researchers say
Men's tumor types differ; survival is increasing but not as much as for women, study finds
Cause may not be in your genes
Researchers say certain situations favor females: similar past experience, bargaining for others
Consequences aren't clear, but experts suspect the change might be linked to increased cancer risk
But American Red Cross, other groups urge easing restrictions due to better blood screening