Monday, January 26, 2015

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Potentially cancer-causing infection appears to linger in males over 45
Small study suggests that alternating testosterone levels may make hormonal therapy work longer
Men are turning to injections to boost their biceps.
Plastic surgeon Leo McCafferty believes selfies have something to do with it.
Collected data shows a 'paradox,' with men becoming malnourished as they try to bulk up
Among men with prostate cancer, those who lead active lifestyles have better survival rates than those who don't.
Experts can't explain why testosterone levels of men declined early in partner's pregnancy
New research has rigorously tested Male Idiot Theory, which posits that, well, men are idiots and are driven to take ridiculous risks despite the clear prospects for self-harm, and for no defensible reason.
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
Dr. Peters advises older people to stay active, with at least three days a week of moderate activity, intensifying the effort if possible to the point of not being able to carry on a conversation.
Expert offers allergen-avoiding advice for buying gifts and planning a night out
Men were particularly vulnerable in 12-year follow-up
When relatives read detailed recollections of significant events, improvements were seen
But the procedure is expensive and not always tied to better outcomes, study suggests
Kids scored better overall when their parents focused more on reading, computer use and preschool
Study warns that revised versions are more like dangerous 'huffing' solvents
But emotional infidelity more upsetting to straight women, researchers add
Study found those in safe, secure families were more likely to practice healthy habits
Whether 'birth control shot' increases risk or if risk is from less condom use isn't clear, expert says
Potentially cancer-causing infection appears to linger in males over 45
Guys who spent lots of time editing self-portraits also ranked high in self-interest, study found