Men's Problems Health News

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9/14/2007
Tomato Diet Can't Guarantee Prostate Health: Study

Lycopene, other nutrients no shield against prostate cancer, researchers say

9/13/2007
Number of Partners Doesn't Explain Gay HIV Rate

Gay, straight men equally prone to unprotected sex, research shows

9/13/2007
1 in 4 Men Over 30 Has Low Testosterone

But symptoms linked to low levels are much rarer, study finds

9/13/2007
Cialis Eases Erectile Dysfunction After Spinal Cord Injury

Sexual difficulties are common for these injured men, researchers note

9/6/2007
Barbershop Talks Cut Black Men's Prostate Cancer Risk

Innovative program is making a difference for this high-risk group, founder says

8/31/2007
Health Tip: When Considering Vasectomy

Here's what you should know

8/28/2007
Drinking Often Spurs Move to Poorer Neighborhoods

Alcoholism a common trigger for downward social mobility, study confirms

8/27/2007
'Good' Cholesterol Won't Help Heavy-Drinking Older Men

Their high blood pressure stayed the same regardless of HDL level, study found

8/22/2007
Many Older Americans Have Active Sex Lives

'Landmark' study finds only modest declines, right up through the 80s

8/21/2007
Gene Studies of Male-Female Differences Often Flawed

Too often, statistics are weak or unsubstantiated, review finds

8/21/2007
For Health Info, Women Often Turn to the Web

They're much more likely to do so than men, survey finds

8/20/2007
Early Weight Loss in Women Linked to Dementia

Study finds a connection, but researchers aren't sure why

8/20/2007
Handling Stress Properly Increases Good Cholesterol

And that can help protect your arteries, study suggests

8/15/2007
Molecule May Predict Prostate Cancer's Return

Protein levels might help decide who needs surgery and who doesn't, experts say

8/14/2007
Fewer Minority Men Have Undiagnosed Diabetes

Education efforts may be working for blacks, Hispanics, U.S. study finds

8/7/2007
Bone Tests Cost-Effective for Elderly Men

Younger men with prior fracture could also benefit, study finds

8/6/2007
Memory Slow? Drink Some Joe

Older women who consume 3 cups a day have sharper cognitive skills, study says

8/3/2007
Hostility Puts Men's Hearts at Risk

Bad feelings may help spur chronic inflammation, study suggests

8/1/2007
COPD Strikes Men, Women Differently

Finding is significant, because more women than men now have the lung condition

8/1/2007
Fused Genes Might Fuel Prostate Tumors

Specific genes might require specific treatments, researchers say

7/30/2007
One-Third of Diabetics Have Sleep Apnea

Older males at especially high risk for nighttime awakenings, study finds

7/25/2007
Repeat, High-Dose Chemo Can Cure Testicular Cancer

This approach works even if initial treatment fails, researchers say

7/25/2007
Heavy Drinkers Lack Omega-3 Nutrient

They may want to raise their fish intake to compensate, researchers say

7/24/2007
Surgeon's Experience Key to Prostate Surgery Success

Cancer patients do better at high-volume institutions, study finds

7/20/2007
Distraction Can Defuse Drunken Violence

Study suggests it's a useful ploy against bar brawls, other trouble

7/18/2007
Fertility Technique Common, Despite Doubts

ICSI rates surging in U.S., but studies question its effectiveness, safety

7/16/2007
Throwing Helps Protect Pitchers' Arms

It can help their game, but overdoing it also brings risks, researchers warn

7/13/2007
7/11/2007
Patients With Early Parkinson's Exhibit Sleepiness, Hallucinations

Gender, age, overall health key factors identifying those at risk, study finds

7/9/2007
Many Men Getting Unnecessary Prostate Cancer Blood Tests

Patients are often either too young or too old to benefit from PSA screening, study finds

7/9/2007
New Drug Fights Tough-to-Treat Prostate Cancer

Hormone-reducing abiraterone can shrink tumors, studies show

7/6/2007
Inflammatory Factor Could Spur Male Infertility

More research might lead to a cure or even a male contraceptive, scientists say

7/5/2007
Key Protein May Explain Mens' Higher Liver Cancer Risk

IL-6 damages the organ, but estrogen helps prevent that injury, study finds

7/5/2007
Science Quiets Myth of 'Chatterbox' Females

Study finds men, women use same quantity of words each day

7/3/2007
Men Put Their Health on the Back Burner

Survey finds more than a quarter wait 'as long as possible' before seeking help

7/1/2007
Amateur Basketball Players Court Disaster

Experts offer 'weekend warriors' tips on preventing injury

6/28/2007
Lupus Treatment Linked to Male Fertility Problems

Abnormalities in sperm tied to intravenous therapy, study finds

6/25/2007
Antidepressants Linked to Bone Loss

2 studies turn up similar results in both women and men

6/18/2007
Health Tip: Paternal Bonding

Bonding with baby is important for dads, too

6/15/2007
Problem Drinking Kills Almost Half of Russia's Young Adult Men

Study puts death toll at 43% of males aged 25 to 54

6/12/2007
Abnormal Red Blood Cell Count Spells Trouble in Surgery

Too high or too low levels up risk of post-op death for older men, study says

6/12/2007
Male U.S. Veterans More Likely to Commit Suicide

Trend could plague servicemen who served in Afghanistan and Iraq, study says

6/8/2007
Prostate Cancer Treatment Can Speed Heart Attacks

Hormome-suppressing therapy linked to cardiac risk in study

6/8/2007
Postpartum Depression: A Risk for New Dads, Too

In one large study, 10 percent of fathers reported symptoms

6/6/2007
Low Testosterone Levels Linked to Increased Mortality

But researchers stress there's no evidence that boosting levels will reduce risk

6/5/2007
Study Links Inflammation to Heart Disease

British researchers focused on autoantibody rheumatic factor

6/3/2007
Gene Therapy Reverses Erectile Dysfunction in Rats

If successful in humans, it could be first long-term, non-drug solution to the problem, scientists say

5/29/2007
Spike in PSA Blood Level Points to Prostate Cancer's Aggressiveness

Trends over time indicate need for stronger treatments, study shows

5/25/2007
Large Jolts of Java Can Keep Gout at Bay

Coffee lovers who drank more than four cups a day had a 40% lower risk of the inflammatory condition

5/23/2007
Botox Could Treat Enlarged Prostate

It relieves symptoms and shrinks oversized gland, study shows