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Men's Health

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

Men's Health

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.

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.

The key to reining in this trend is to link this group to health services as early as possible. The key to linkage, in turn, is testing. A new study finds room for improvement in meeting CDC testing coverage recommendations.

Atypical nevus

Asymptomatic lesion on back; impaired fertility in overweight or obese men; herpes zoster complications . . . Can you answer the 5 questions in this quiz?

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.

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