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Study suggests heart-healthy exercise may keep blood vessels more flexible
Strength training exercises for your pecs
Joint committee to consider whether 'Low T' products are overprescribed and whether treatment raises heart risks
Restricting blood flow to your muscles during intense exercise might sound like a death wish, but research has shown the benefits of this training trend.
Men who follow 5 guidelines dramatically cut their risk, researchers say
3 exercise to tone the back of your upper arms
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
Study doesn't prove cause-and-effect, but suggests the need for healthy habits in childhood
Bullying may be to blame, but research doesn't prove cause-and-effect
Study found they lowered stress levels, lifted spirits after illness, job loss, divorce, death of loved one
They should be screened yearly for the sexually transmitted disease, experts say
Teaching parents to help their children with eating behaviors may lead to faster weight gain, researchers say
Guidelines include all sexually active females 24 and younger, plus older women deemed at higher risk
These strategic investments help incorporate sex into existing funded studies, U.S. health officials say
Task force cautions most women don't have symptoms from these infections
Study finds infection, other complications more likely for patients with difficult lives
Study finds infection, other complications more likely for patients with difficult lives
Nutrients also have little effect on rates of cataract removal, study involving men over 50 finds
Joint committee also calls for drug makers to run heart-risk tests on popular 'Low T' products
May help doctors pinpoint best treatment, researchers say
Joint committee to consider whether 'Low T' products are overprescribed and whether treatment raises heart risks