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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.

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Results of a new study suggest men with borderline "low T" may have undiagnosed depression or depressive symptoms and that screening should be increased.

A woman is 277% more likely to get help with weight loss than a man, according to new research in Britain. It can’t be much different in the US. Here’s how to help the guys.

Sleep apnea linked to depression in men

The association remained statistically significant even after adjusting for age, waist circumference, smoking, and other confounders.

Asthma associated with lower risk of lethal prostate Ca

One theory posited by the authors of a new study is that asthma patients may have an enhanced propensity for a CD4+ T-cell helper response.

The American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists pushes back in response to FDA warnings that testosterone replacement therapy may increase cardiovascular risks.

A nasal spray may help men cut calories, a tango-a-day can help keep CVD away, and taking up Spanish or guitar may help a guy remember his anniversary date.

Exercise boosts both of these functions, regardless of race. Give your male patients more reasons to engage in this healthy behavior.

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