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Testosterone therapy can be beneficial to men with osteoporosis ... - Hanford Sentinel



Testosterone therapy can be beneficial to men with osteoporosis ... 
Hanford Sentinel
Dear Doctor: Are there any benefits to testosterone therapy for older men who have osteoporosis of the spine and hip? I understand that it comes with an ...

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Men with low testosterone less likely to have prostate cancer - Medical News Today



Medical News Today
 
Men with low testosterone less likely to have prostate cancer 
Medical News Today
New study findings confirm the so-called androgen receptor saturation theory and may help to reduce prostate cancer risk in the future.
Low testosterone levels linked to reduced risk of prostate cancer Medical Xpress
How low testosterone levels can cut prostate cancer risk | IOL Lifestyle Independent Online

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4 Your Health: Movember connection to low testosterone treatment ... - KVOA Tucson News



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4 Your Health: Movember connection to low testosterone treatment ... 
KVOA Tucson News
Movember is a campaign to raise awareness about men's health issues. Low testosterone is a condition that if not treated could lead to other health problems.

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Ask the Doctors: Testosterone therapy can aid men with osteoporosis - Berkshire Eagle



Ask the Doctors: Testosterone therapy can aid men with osteoporosis 
Berkshire Eagle
Too many people think that men don't develop osteoporosis, but in fact, low testosterone is a prime risk factor for osteoporosis in men -- and not just in older men. Low bone density has clearly been shown in younger men whose testes produce very low ...

 


Low testosterone reduces prostate cancer risk | News | The Times ... - The Times



The Times
 
Low testosterone reduces prostate cancer risk | News | The Times ... 
The Times
Low testosterone is usually blamed for sexual problems and tiredness but now it seems that there is at least an upside: men with the lowest levels of the hormon.
How low testosterone levels can cut prostate cancer risk | Daily Mail ... Daily Mail

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Ask Dr. Mona: Testosterone decline affects men over 30 - The Desert Sun



The Desert Sun
 
Ask Dr. Mona: Testosterone decline affects men over 30 
The Desert Sun
At 6'2? and 330 pounds, Wilkes was discovered to have an unusually low testosterone level of 158, and he was referred to an urologist who ran confirmatory and additional testing. Wilkes tried testosterone cream and injections, but it was the implanted ...

 


Testosterone Isn't Just A Male Hormone: Here's Why Women Need It As Much As Men - mindbodygreen.com



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Testosterone Isn't Just A Male Hormone: Here's Why Women Need It As Much As Men 
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Retaining what testosterone you have is therefore crucially important to maintaining that muscle and bone mass. Unfortunately, a lot of even young women lower their testosterone by taking endocrine-disrupting pseudo-hormones like birth control pills ...

 


Testosterone Therapy May Lower Prostate Cancer Incidence ... - Renal and Urology News



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Testosterone Therapy May Lower Prostate Cancer Incidence ... 
Renal and Urology News
Hypogonadal men who received testosterone replacement therapy had a lower incidence of prostate cancer and their cancers were less severe.

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Feeling low? You could be suffering the 'manopause' - Metro Newspaper UK



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Feeling low? You could be suffering the 'manopause' 
Metro Newspaper UK
MEN are facing a 'forgotten epidemic', with hundreds of thousands suffering from the so-called manopause, a doctor has said. The disorder is thought to be caused by low testosterone levels and its symptoms can include a low sex drive, erectile ...

 


Why Testosterone Hurts Stock Trading - TheStreet.com



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Why Testosterone Hurts Stock Trading 
TheStreet.com
One reason women make fewer trades could be related to lower testosterone, wrote Mitch Tuchman, managing director of Rebalance IRA in Palo Alto, Calif., in a recent blog post. A paper by Brad Barber and Terrance Odean at the University of California ...