Researchers conducted a new study to determine the positive and negative effects of testosterone replacement therapy on elderly men who have pre-existing coronary artery disease and low testosterone levels.
According to a recent study, the Testosterone Trials, conducted at the University of Pennsylvania, testosterone replacements can benefit men 65 years and older.
Not only can replenishing testosterone levels help older men feel more youthful, it can actually decrease their risk of cardiovascular disease and death.
Although estrogen is known as a female hormone, this chemical also plays a role in men’s health.
A recent study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) about the possible dangers of testosterone therapy is flawed, according to a review by Life Extension.