Tag: testosterone

Fertility, Stress, testosterone

worry ibuprofenShould You Worry When You Take Ibuprofen?

Is anything good in excess? Most of us can make the argument that excess has its place in life: pets, shoes, cars, art, love. Others, like Mahatma Ghandi, prefer the ascetic existence in which material things are roundly denounced. Throughout history even the greats can’t agree about excess: Hippocrates espoused that “everything in excess is […]

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Aging, Growing Up, Masculinity, Sex

Bedroom Signs That Your Man Might Have Health Troubles

Concerned about his lack of interest or other changes in his performance? It may be time to encourage him to see a doctor. The intimate moments you share with the man in your life are important to your bond—and potentially his health. That’s because, depending on how observant he is about his body, you may […]

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Fitness, Nutrition

balance hormones with diet and exerciseHow Everyday Men Can Balance Their Hormones with Diet and Exercise

While most often women are associated with hormone fluctuations due to pregnancy, periods, or menopause, men are equally affected by these difficult-to-understand chemicals. Not only do they affect emotions, but hormones can also make a man feel and appear years older than he is. While it’s natural for hormones to fluctuate over periods of time, […]

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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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Aging, Masculinity, Sex

things to know about testosteroneTestosterone: 10 Surprising Things Every Woman and Man Needs to Know

In her book, Eve’s Rib:  The New Science of Gender-Specific Medicine Marianne J. Legato M.D says, “Everywhere we look, the two sexes are startlingly and unexpectedly different not only in their internal function but in the way they experience illness.” To begin with there are 10 trillion cells in the human body and every one […]

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