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Results of a large population-based study suggest that nearly 4 out of 5 myocardial infarctions may be preventable in men who adhere to 5 healthy habits we're all familair with.
More Evidence That Sperm Quality Decreases With Age
A new study suggests that DNA fragmentation and progressive motility may be more accurate and consistent predictors of sperm quality than traditionally measured traits.
Testosterone Replacement Does Not Increase CV Risks in Men With Low Testosterone Levels
Results of a new large study may offer some clarity in an area replete with conflicting findings from small studies in older men or registry studies in special populations.
Older Men Need More Aggressive Osteoporosis Screening
Current screening and treatment practices are inadequate, according to the lead author of a new study, particularly as fragility fractures among men are projected to increase 3-fold by the year 2050.
Sleep Disturbances Up Alzheimer Disease Risk in Men
The older the age at which self-reported sleep disturbance was indicated, a Swedish study found, the higher the risk of Alzheimer dementia.
Low Testosterone in Diabetic Men Linked to Advanced Markers of Cardiovascular Disease
Low total serum testosterone was independently associated with greater carotid intima media thickening and endothelial dysfunction but not with atherosclerotic plaques.
Men Who Eat a Low-Risk Diet, Make Healthy Lifestyle Choices Can Reduce MI
It's not a new formula, but the study was large and the results significant: almost 4 of 5 MIs may be preventable in men who adhere to 5 healthy habits we're all familiar with.
Modest Alcohol Consumption Lowers Semen Quality
Sperm concentration, total sperm count, and percentage of spermatozoa with normal morphology are compromised. Whether semen quality is restored if alcohol intake is reduced remains to be seen.
Man With Newly Diagnosed Type 2 Diabetes: What HbA1c Goal—And How to Get There?
The patient, an active 49-year-old man, had an HbA1c of 8.6 after diabetes was first diagnosed. It’s now 7.6 with metformin and lifestyle measures. Is the current A1c goal adequate, or should you treat more aggressively?
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