Testosterone levels play a major role in overall health for men. According to Harvard Health Publishing, the development of reproductive […]
New research has revealed that treating chronic pain may keep you from aging gracefully by lowering your testosterone levels.
As men age, their testosterone levels fall, just as estrogen does in women.
Testosterone treatments have been a controversial subject for years, but they’re often critical to women.
A new study has emerged indicating that testosterone therapy may also decrease the risk of heart disease and stroke in men.
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.
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.
Men who experience heart failure are more likely to develop this issue earlier on in life, as cardiac issues can impair the function of endocrine glands that govern hormone production.
Men don’t have the same energy when they’re 50 as they did when they’re 30 because they naturally experience a decline in sex hormones (testosterone) called androgens.