Men's Problems Health News

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7/13/2004
Some '91 Gulf War Vets Report Fertility Problems

But experts say the finding by British researchers is inconclusive

7/7/2004
Fast-Rising PSA Levels Signal Aggressive Prostate Cancer

Increases of more than two points in year before diagnosis spelled trouble

6/29/2004
Drug Cuts Side Effects in Prostate Cancer

Hormone blocker helps build bone mineral density, study says

6/22/2004
Lifestyle Changes Can Reduce Impotence in Obese Men

Exercise, weight loss benefits them over 2-year period

6/21/2004
Erectile Dysfunction Can Signal Heart Disease in Diabetics

But other experts say most diabetic men should be tested for heart problems

6/16/2004
Deadly Blood Clots Likelier to Recur in Men

Researchers can only speculate as to why

6/15/2004
Hernia Surgery Easier On the Young

Younger patients report less pain after hernia repair

6/14/2004
Angry Men Shouldn't Drink

High anger level, low anger control increase risk of alcohol-related violence

6/14/2004
Trim Down to Fight Prostate Cancer

Obesity may fuel the disease's aggressive growth and recurrence

6/12/2004
Men Have Biological Clocks, Too

But experts differ on just when the 'alarm' sounds

6/11/2004
New Clue to Sexual Dysfunction in Older Men

Study finds lower urinary tract symptoms may cause problems

6/11/2004
It's Easier Than You Think to Get Pregnant

Desire corresponds to most fertile time of the month

6/8/2004
Prostate Cancer a Long-Term Danger

Study finds flare-ups 15 years after diagnosis

6/3/2004
Cancer Survival Rates Up

Lung cancer cases among women down for first time, annual U.S. report finds

6/3/2004
Many HIV-Positive Men Don't Realize It: Study

British findings, which mirror U.S. trends, suggest one in 10 might be infected

6/1/2004
Tobacco a Gender Equalizer for Lung-Cancer Risk

And pipe smoking isn't a safe alternative to cigarettes, new studies show

5/27/2004
Young Males at Highest Risk of Early Death

Their death rate is three times that of young women

5/27/2004
Sperm: How Old Is Too Old?

Researchers say frozen samples can remain viable for generations

5/26/2004
PSA Test Flunks Out

New study finds 15 percent of men with normal levels have prostate cancer

5/24/2004
More Men Stricken With Breast Cancer

While the numbers remain small, researchers say diagnoses on the rise

5/13/2004
Smoking Big Killer of Black Men

Tobacco linked to nearly two-thirds of cancer deaths among black men in U.S.

5/13/2004
Air Pollution May Alter Sperm DNA

Mouse study finds mutations in offspring of males

5/12/2004
Amino Acid Linked to Bone Fractures

Monitoring homocysteine levels may offer protection against osteoporosis

5/12/2004
Botox May Ease Enlarged Prostate Symptoms

Another study links high testosterone levels to increased prostate cancer risk

5/11/2004
More Than 4 Percent of Young Americans Infected With Chlamydia

And many don't know they have the disease that can cause infertility

5/10/2004
Outlook Good for Most Prostate Cancer Patients

Long-term survival rate high after surgery

5/10/2004
Involving Fathers in Their Kid's Health

Report recommends how pediatricians can get dads in on the act

5/10/2004
PSA Test a Thing of the Past?

Researchers say it no longer indicates severity of prostate cancer

5/10/2004
Gonorrhea Ups Risk of Prostate Cancer

Study also finds large number of sexual partners increases chances

5/10/2004
Sexual Problems Cut Across National Boundaries

Study finds patterns are the same in different countries

5/5/2004
Antioxidant May Prevent Prostate Cancer

Study finds a protective effect in selenium

5/5/2004
Testosterone Gel Shows Long-Term Benefits

Study finds it boosts mood, sexual function, muscle mass and bone density

5/4/2004
Brain Cells Show Gender Difference

They die differently after brain injuries, may need different treatments, study says

4/28/2004
Chlamydia Linked to Infertility in Men

First time this STD has been connected with problem in males

4/28/2004
Treatments for Prostate Cancer Produce Similar Results

Study found patients had same outcomes seven years later

4/23/2004
Soy Could Help Men, Too

Study finds it may protect against prostate cancer and baldness

4/20/2004
Scrawny Beats Brawny for Women Seeking a Life Mate

But quick flings are a different thing

4/13/2004
Predicting Odds Against Prostate Cancer

Online calculator lets patients estimate chances of 10-year survival

4/12/2004
Trial Drug Targets Impotence Via the Brain

Could be useful for those not helped by Viagra

4/2/2004
Black Men Less Likely to Be Treated for Prostate Cancer

Finding may explain why they die of the disease more often than white men do

4/2/2004
Testosterone Therapy Not For Every Man

Treatment may lead to early arrival of heart disease, experts say

4/2/2004
Men Need to Track Their Blood Pressure

And if it's high, they should take action, experts say

4/1/2004
Women More Sensitive to Pain Than Men

But study didn't find any racial differences in pain thresholds

3/30/2004
Trout Turn Into Bullies Under Stress

Finding may shed light on aggressive human behavior

3/26/2004
Circumcision Cuts HIV Risk

Men who have had it may be six times less likely to get infection

3/24/2004
British Gulf War Vets Not Suffering Reproductive Problems

Study finds they were no more likely to have problems with offspring

3/18/2004
Gene May Affect Success With Nicotine Patch

For many women, the products may not be an effective solution

3/18/2004
Picking Best Candidates for Brachytherapy

Study assesses which prostate cancer patients might suffer side effects from internal radiation

3/16/2004
Radiation Urged for Recurring Prostate Cancer

Researchers say it should begin at first sign after surgery

3/15/2004
HIV Leads to Hardening of Arteries

Immune system disease linked to increased risk of atherosclerosis