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Men's Health

June is Men's Health Month. To mark the "celebration," Consultantlive offers special coverage.

Men's Health

Men who get more exercise during the week are less likely to experience nocturia, according to one of the first studies to look at the relationship between physical activity and this specific lower urinary tract symptom in men.

Even the mundane irritants of daily life may be harmful to men's health according to research from Oregon State University's Center for Health Aging Research.

Men who feel stressed are more likely to have lower concentrations of sperm in their ejaculate and impaired sperm quality, which could be associated with fertility problems, according to a new study.

A new dark spot on the forehead; overprescribing of benzodiazepines; alcohol and atrial fibrillation . . . can you answer the quiz questions on these topics?

LDL cholesterol is a common target for treatment, but the guidelines do not used it to estimate risk, either, notes an editorial on the implications of the news guidelines.

In a recent study, the natural age-related decline in aerobic fitness was ameliorated with testosterone therapy in men over age 65 who were diagnosed with hypogonadism.

Fewer than two-thirds of men know the signs of skin cancer and the younger they are the less likely they are to believe they are at risk for the disease, according to a national survey.

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