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  • Testosterone supplements may help heart failure patients

      Testosterone supplements may improve the quality of life for patients who have a certain heart condition, a new study says. In the study, testosterone patches and injections improved the breathing and exercise abilities of people with heart failure, a chronic inability of the heart to pump enough blood to the rest of the body. Although […]

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  • Exploring the antidepressant effects of testosterone

      Testosterone, the primary male sex hormone, appears to have antidepressant properties, but the exact mechanisms underlying its effects have remained unclear. Nicole Carrier and Mohamed Kabbaj, scientists at Florida State University, are actively working to elucidate these mechanisms. They’ve discovered that a specific pathway in the hippocampus, a brain region involved in memory formation […]

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  • Why Should I Consider Bioidentical Hormones?

    Are you just plain tired? If you are age 30 to 40, using Bioidentical Hormones to create hormonal balance in your life will help you “have a life”.  Your body steals from your hormones to keep you going.  You cannot allow those energy tanks to become empty. Whether you are a career woman, wife and/or  […]

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  • Low Testosterone may be linked to metabolic syndrome

    Testosterone blood tests may benefit men who suffer from metabolic syndrome, as a new study has found that men with low levels of the hormone experience improved metabolic health when they receive testosterone supplements. Metabolic syndrome is a collection of conditions including abdominal obesity, unhealthy cholesterol, high blood pressure and poorly regulated blood sugar. It […]

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  • Testosterone Treatment Increases Muscle, Study Says, Fueling Debate

      Testosterone therapy, in which testosterone is administered to men with low levels of the hormone, has been a controversial topic, with some advocating for the therapy as a way to restore vitality in older men, but others are concerned about the health conditions, such as heart problems and cancer, it may bring along. Now, […]

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  • Low Testosterone May Affect Insulin Sensitivity

      It’s not just about diminished libido; low testosterone may also have effects on insulin sensitivity, research indicates. Several studies have shown that men with low testosterone are more likely to have metabolic troubles, including decreased insulin sensitivity, Bradley Anawalt, MD, of the University of Washington Medical Center in Seattle, said during a press briefing […]

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  • Dads Have Less Testosterone

      Testosterone levels plunging? Blame it on fatherhood, according to research from Northwestern University that found that the male hormone drops in men once they have children. The hormone dips most precipitously in men who throw themselves into the details of child rearing, a finding that helps make the case that women aren’t the only ones who […]

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  • High Testosterone May Decrease CV Risk

      Total testosterone and sex hormone-binding globulin (SHBG) levels were inversely associated with the risk of cardiovascular (CV) events in a population-based study of 2,416 men in Sweden aged 69-81 years. For the 485 CV events that occurred over a median five-year follow-up, men in the highest quartile of testosterone—550 ng/dL or greater—had a 30% […]

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