Tag: fertility

Family Issues, Nutrition

east meets west diet chinese medicineDiet: Where East Meets (and Greets) West

I grew up practicing Western medicine. However, I now teach Eastern Medicine. For years, I thought these were two utterly and diabolically opposed camps. But now I know they’re not. Vive La Difference For sure, there are fundamental differences between Eastern and Western medicine. Western medicine is based on deductive reasoning or “top-down” logic in which assumed general truths lead to specific conclusions. […]

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Fertility, Sex

manopause and biological clockManopause and the Male Biological Clock

You’ve driven the same old car for years. Now, all of a sudden, you just have to have the newest Corvette? Do you find yourself obsessing about others half the age of your spouse? Are you feeling really old and depressed around the younger bucks at work? Are your sex drive and erections plummeting faster […]

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Fertility

sperm count tempest in teapotThe Sperm Count Tempest in a Teapot

Like monsoon season, this storm surfaces every several years, and has for decades. And it does so with seemingly undiminished intensity. Human sperm counts are falling, and we are headed for extinction. Analysis Paralysis The latest published report came in the form of a meta-regression analysis, the latest, uber version of the ordinary meta-analysis, filled to the brim with […]

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Masculinity, Prostate, Sex, Testicular, testosterone

which body part predicts overall healthWhich Body Part Predicts a Man’s Health Issues?

Sexual issues may signal other health problems that can affect younger men. Men, if you’re experiencing bedroom performance problems or any discomforts down under, don’t ignore them. Not only can trouble below the belt sideline your sex life, it may also be an early warning sign of disease. “The penis can be the barometer of […]

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Fatherhood, Parenting

To Be (or Not to Be) a Dad: Ask the Doctor

Everything you ever wanted to ask your doctor—from conception to contraception. Although Father’s Day is in June, men are becoming fathers all year long. In fact, almost half of American men are fathers. Two-thirds of men first become dads in their 20s, although plenty of men father children sooner or later—into their 40s, 50s and […]

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