Tuesday, May 26, 2015

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Study might have you think about your 'fashion statement'
Study of straight married couples found no emotional boost with more activity in the bedroom
When African-Americans and rural South Africans swapped diets for two weeks, they also swapped risk factors for colon cancer. And the surprise is that it happened so quickly.
Beards are everywhere, but are they a health hazard?
Doctor shares some barbecue do's and don'ts
A new study has found evidence of a connection between men who took muscle-building supplements and the risk of developing testicular cancer.
New research from a British university says the color you wear could influence how people think of you. Researchers at Durham University have published a new study in the journal Biology Letters, which says that both men and women perceive men wearing red to be more angry and aggressive than those wearing blue or grey. In an experiment, 50 men and 50 women were shown the digitally manipulated photos of men wearing the three colors, and asked to rank them for aggression and dominance. Only men rated those wearing red as being more dominant, but both sexes were in agreement that it seemed aggressive.
Is your workout in need of a revival? Sick of the same old routine or losing interest in your current one? Philly trainers experienced in a variety of fitness styles give you workouts to rejuvenate your mind and body the next time you hit the gym.
Regenerate hair growth by pulling rest out?
Study finds repeat problems common after early ACL repair
Hourglass figure likely conveyed a survival advantage, researchers say
Research seems to question current recommendations regarding alcohol consumption
Researchers find early sperm more likely to achieve a pregnancy
New research finds an association, but doesn't prove cause and effect
Periodontal problems linked to inflammation throughout the body, researcher says
Study suggests caffeine may help maintain healthy blood flow and sexual function
So-called 'love hormone' may one day help treat some psychiatric disorders, researchers say
Many raped when incapacitated by drugs or alcohol, researchers find
Researcher says cause and effect can't be proved, but link between the two conditions is strong
More men will die without PSA screening, researchers contend; other experts applaud the downward trend
More men will die without PSA screening, researchers contend; other experts applaud the downward trend
Although former smokers also have higher odds of trouble, quitting does help
Study found males less likely to have their bone density checked, but suffered worse outcomes
Study found combination with hormone therapy extended life by almost a year
Study might have you think about your 'fashion statement'