Men's Problems Health News

Date Posted
Article Title
2/5/2003
It's All Downstream for Sperm

Lead exposure and aging damage sperm and their swimming acumen, studies show

1/28/2003
With Exercise, More Isn't Always Better

Dedicated athletes may be at higher risk for arthritis and thin bones, research says

1/20/2003
Macho Shoveler

Men shovel snow too long, risking their health

1/6/2003
Testosterone Buoys Spirits of Depressed Men

Study finds low levels of hormone may contribute to condition

1/3/2003
Viagra Helps Men on Antidepressants

Sexual problems a key reason they quit the drugs

1/3/2003
Diabetic Dads' Babies Can Have Lower Birth Weight

But infants from diabetic mothers weigh more

12/20/2002
Herbal Treatment Shows Promise Against Prostate Cancer

It suppressed cell growth in lab experiments

12/19/2002
Combat Experience Batters Marriage

Veterans who saw action on the battlefield 62 percent more likely to divorce or separate

12/16/2002
Pain Isn't the Same Between the Sexes

Protein linked to gender differences in pain sensitivity

12/9/2002
Male Obesity More Risky Than Thought

But losing weight through dieting is not

12/3/2002
Nurse Interviews Cut Hysterectomy Rates

Women with heavy menstrual bleeding opt out of surgery

11/22/2002
Frailty in Elderly Isn't Automatic

Study finds people are predisposed to the condition

11/15/2002
Men Can Get Breast Cancer, Too

Cases are rare, but males need to know it can happen

11/11/2002
Sperm Quality Poorer in Rural Men

Farming chemicals may be to blame

11/7/2002
Prostate Cancer Drugs May Spur Tumors

The drugs eventually lose their effectiveness

11/6/2002
Inflammation Increases Chance of Stroke

New Swedish study tracked 6,000 men for almost 20 years

11/5/2002
Testosterone Boosts Memory In Older Men

The higher the testosterone level, the better men do on memory and cognitive tests

10/30/2002
More Living With Heart Failure

Survival up, incidence down for women, since 1950

10/29/2002
The More Things Change . . .

Women still expected to follow traditional role at home, researcher says

10/29/2002
Men Not Getting Needed Osteoporosis Treatments

Even though 2 million U.S. males have the disease

10/29/2002
Online Insight for Men Who've Had Prostatectomy

Web calculator helps predict their future

10/18/2002
Male Athlete's Foot

Fungus affects guys more than gals

10/17/2002
Depression Drug May Control Premature Ejaculation

Dapoxetine being tested at 60 U.S. sites

10/11/2002
Herpes Rates Could Explode by 2025

Study contends nearly half of U.S. women might be infected

10/3/2002
Men Want Prostate Screening...

... Even though there's no proof it saves lives

10/1/2002
Hot-Headed Guys? It's All in the Brain

Sections of brain that promote aggression smaller in women than in men

9/10/2002
Tea for Two

Both sexes can benefit from tea, studies show

8/31/2002
Sex Discrimination in the Medicine Cabinet

Certain drugs produce different side effects, depending on your gender

8/30/2002
Women vs. Men

Who wins?

8/14/2002
Every Puff of Tobacco is Dangerous

Even those who don't inhale suffer from health problems, study says

8/5/2002
Testosterone: Shot in the Arm for What Ails Aging Males

The therapy helps men struggling with low levels of this key hormone

7/31/2002
Sperm Test Offers Clues to Male Infertility

It can detect protein linked to defective sperm

7/11/2002
Hormone Therapy Protects Prostate Cancer Patients

Testosterone-suppressing drug plus radiation can boost survival rates

7/11/2002
Long Hours, Little Sleep Hard on a Guy's Heart

Study finds the combo can double the risk of heart attack

7/7/2002
Living With Prostate Cancer

Early detection is the key to thwarting this potentially deadly disease

7/2/2002
Smoking Lowers Chance of Fatherhood

Tobacco may hamper fertility, study finds

6/15/2002
Not for Women Only

Men, too, can fall victim to eating disorders

6/12/2002
Hey Guys, If You Have Your Health...

Campaign encourages men to visit doctors for regular check-ups

6/6/2002
Low Levels of Vitamin C a Risk Factor for Stroke

Men who are overweight or have hypertension have heightened risk, Finnish study finds

6/3/2002
Erectile Dysfunction Affects Ethnic Groups Equally

First national study shows the condition hits more than one in five men over 40

5/23/2002
How Long Will You Live?

Women answer more accurately than men

5/17/2002
In Intensive Care, All Is Not Equal

Researchers find gender bias in British ICUs

5/10/2002
Wriggle Room

When a woman is attracted to a man

4/29/2002
Resetting the Biological Clock

New study shows male, female fertility declines sooner than expected

4/24/2002
Stay-at-Home Dads: Watch That Heart

They face heart-disease death rate higher than men who work outside the home

4/24/2002
Angry Hearts More Likely to Break

Three new studies offer proof that emotions affect the heart

4/8/2002
It Only Hurts When I Ask for Directions

Or when I think I have to go to the doctor

3/13/2002
Measuring Mortality Step by Step

Treadmill performance best predictor of the risk of dying, study says

3/11/2002
Risk of Birth Defects Higher for Older Dads

Chromosonal abnormalities in sperm mount with each passing decade

2/7/2002
Hubbies Who Shop

Women aren't the only ones in the grocery store