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An Unexpected Finding
A vitamin supplement appears to raise the risk of cancer in men who smoke. Read more >


Dining with Dad
Fathers are good for many things, but giving kids healthy food just doesn't happen to be one of them. Read more >


Beware the Dreaded "Dad Bod"
Marriage really does make men fatter. And then come kids. Forewarned is forearmed. Read more >


Sexual Adventurers
For many women vacation is a time of sexual exploration. While this can be empowering, it also brings risks. Read more >


Having Less Sex?
People are having sex less often. And it's not about work...or age. Read more >


Low T? More News
A new series of studies of testosterone therapy and bone health, anemia, heart risks and memory have just been published. Read more >


The Vasectomy of the Future
Women take note: it's possible to plug the vas deferens so sperm can't get out. And the procedure may even be reversible Read more >


Testosterone, No Magic Bullet
Studies of testosterone treatment paint a murky picture of what has become a billion dollar industry. Read more >


Why Sex Ed Doesn't Work
Teens have some pretty good reasons for giving their sexual education programs low marks. Read more >


Why Being Male Can Be a Health Risk
Avoiding going to the doctor is bad for your health. Read more >


Give T A Chance
Sex lives and mood improved when older men with low T used testosterone gel. Read more >


Fruit's Sexy Side Effect
Men who eat more fruit are at far less risk for erectile problems. It's all in the flavonoids. Read more >


Demand A Retest
If your PSA test score is high, go back and do it again. Scores can vary considerably. Read more >


Suffering Semen
Birth rates in the EU and other developed nations are back to the low levels of a century ago. Read more >


Reduce The Risk of Lethal Prostate Cancer
Men who don't smoke, exercise and eat well can reduce their risk of prostate cancer by 70%. Read more >


Sex And Happiness
Having sex once a week is a good recipe for a happy relationship. Read more >


Sweet Hearts
Drinking too many sugary beverages can seriously increase a man's likelihood of heart problems. Read more >


Low T And Fertility
It's not hard to raise testosterone levels, but keeping a man's sperm count at a reasonable range isn't easy. Read more >


Depressed Dads-To-Be
Men with a baby on the way can become depressed, too. And too often they are overlooked. Read more >


Sex And Drugs And...
Smoking pot and drinking alcohol increase the likelihood students will have sex. More concerning is which students are having the most unprotected sex. Read more >


Fathers Shine At Bedtime
Dads beat Moms when it comes to reading at bedtime. Their style is best for kids’ language development. Read more >


Safe Sex, The Cardio Version
Having sex if you've had heart problems is generally safe. Ask your doctor if he or she doesn't bring it up. Read more >


Senior Sex In A Post-Viagra World
More seniors are enjoying sex, but a worrisome emphasis on performance is creeping in. Read more >


The Fat in Fatherhood
Fathers put on pounds, too. It's called the “fatherhood effect,” and it's under-recognized by dads — and doctors. Read more >


Low T? Not Necessarily
Testosterone may not be the answer for men with ejaculation problems. Read more >


A Prescription for Death from Prostate Cancer?
Men who eat lots of meat and fatty carbs have over twice the risk of dying from prostate cancer. Read more >


What Your Online Dating Photo Says About You
If you photoshopped your profile photo to make yourself look better, you may want to think again. Read more >


Millennials Spearhead a Shift in Sexual Attitudes
Sexual attitudes keep changing — and changing back again. What new and what's not. Read more >


Parenthood Puts An End to Couples' Equal Workloads
When a first child arrives, couples' equal workloads go out the window. But it's not all dad's fault. Read more >


Matters of Size, The End of Penis Insecurity
Reassuring news for men with penis envy who worry about measuring up. Read more >


Semen Quality Is a Reflection of General Health
Poor semen quality and fertility problems tend to be a reflection of other health issues. Read more >


Osteoporosis in Men: Too Often Overlooked and Under-Treated
It is time to stop branding osteoporosis as a woman's disease. It kills more men and is on the rise. Read more >


Men's Prostate Cancer Linked to BPA Exposure
The endocrine disrupting compound is found at high levels in men with prostate cancer. What's at work. Read more >


Video Game Improves Ball Players' Vision and Skills
A video game helped baseball players improve their vision. The results were seen on the field. Read more >


Too Few Doctors Talk to Teen Patients About Sex
Doctors tend not to discuss sex with their teenaged patients. What a wasted opportunity. Read more >


Brain and Behavioral Effects Seen in Offspring of Absentee Fathers
An involved father offers kids an edge in terms of the brain developments key to social behavior Read more >


Men and Women's Neural Networks Reflect Sex Differences
A new kind of brain scan tells us a lot about why women are better at meetings and men at maps. Read more >


Teens More Susceptible to Herpes Infections
Oral sex is not the protect from STDS that many think it is. In particular, herpes is more likely to be transmitted. Read more >


Low T, Meet Low E: Scientists Begin to Unravel Factors in Male Menopause
Low T? Maybe, But it could be Low E that messing with your love life. Read more >


Prostate Screening Decisions: Have a Man to Doctor Talk
Most men don't need PSA testing. The risks are too great, the benefits too few. But you will likely need to bring it up. Read more >


The Link Between Lifestyle and Semen Quality
Exercise is an important factor in male fertility. Men who watch TV 20 hours a week have sperm counts half those of men who watch less. Read more >


Antioxidant in Red Wine Could Enhance Prostate Cancer Treatment
Dr. Tip: The antioxidant found in red wine and red grape juice could help enhance prostate cancer treatment. Read more >


Why Women – and Eunuchs – Live Longer
Palace eunuchs in Korea lived longer than other men of the time. What does this say about male... Read more >


Protection from AIDS for High-Risk Heterosexuals
The CDC recommends people at high risk for heterosexual transmission of HIV consider using Truvada. Read more >


Can Walnuts Help Solve Male Fertility Problems?
The fatty acids in walnuts appear to improve the mobility and vitality of sperm. Read more >


While Still Controversial, PSA Testing Does Save Many Lives
New research tells us not to be so fast to drop PSA testing, as it still saves a lot of lives. Read more >


Touch and Hearing May Be Linked
The better a person's hearing, the better his or her sense of touch. These senses may share... Read more >


Patients With No Post-MI Counseling Needlessly Delay or Avoid Sex
It is generally safe to resume sex after a heart attack. Don't be afraid to raise the issue with your doctor. Read more >


The Y Chromosome May Be Responsible for the Higher Risk of Cardiovascular Disease in Men
The Y chromosome may affect more than men's sex organs... Read more >


Men and Sex: The Truth Emerges
Men don't think about sex every seven seconds. It's more like 19 times a day. And many women... Read more >


Good Nutrition Matters to Sperm
Good nutrition and lifestyle choices improve sperm counts. Read more >


Impotence Can Lead to Heart Disease
Erectile dysfunction can be one of the early warning signs of heart disease. Read more >


Bad Habits Can Ruin Your Sex Life
People with drug or other substance dependence problems and those who are obese are less likely to have satisfying sex. Read more >


Buying Flashy Cars Does Not Marriage Material Make
Men who engage in “conspicuous spending” (think Porsches) have one thing on their minds... Read more >


Of Mice and Men: Is a Male Contraceptive on the Way?
Research on mice has found a way to reduce male fertility without reducing libido... Read more >


Elusive Manhood: Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow
Little things - like being asked to hold a purse - can make men feel their manhood has been... Read more >


Accidental Discovery Grows Hair in Bald Mice: Are People Next?
An accidental discovery has resulted in serious hair re-growth in stressed mice. If men are next... Read more >


Antioxidants May Combat Male Infertility
Antioxidants appear to improve male fertility, reducing damaging oxidative stress on sperm... Read more >


Men and Medicine
Men tend not to go to the doctor, leaving high blood pressure and cancer untreated until they become more serious. Read more >


Nice Guys Don't Finish Last; They Get Married
Marriage appears to make men nicer, though it's also true nice men are more likely to marry. Read more >


Study Says PSA Test Saves Lives
Screening for prostate cancer may pick up small cancers that really shouldn't be treated. Read more >


Obesity Takes Toll on Sex Life, Sexual Health
Obese individuals report reduced sex life, more STDs, sexual dysfunction, and unwanted pregnancies. Read more >


Who Knew? Study Shows that Fathers Experience Postpartum Depression, Too
New fathers and fathers-to-be are at higher risk for depression than other men, particularly if their wives are depressed. Read more >


Simple or Sophisticated? The Male Reproductive System... Explained
Men's sexual systems produce erections and millions of sperm. Their complexity is often overlooked until something goes wrong. Read more >


Does Cola Lower Sperm Count?
A study of 18-year-olds found that those who drank the most cola were more likely to have low sperm Read more >


Researchers Find That Antibiotic Used to Treat Acne Also Suppresses HIV
Minocycline helps prevent the HIV virus in infected human T cells from reactivating. Read more >


Pain Medications May Increase Hearing Loss
Taking over-the-counter pain medication like aspirin or ibuprofen may raise the risk of hearing loss, particularly in men. Read more >


Moderate to Heavy Drinking Significantly Increases Cancer Risk in Men
Men who consumed the most alcohol in a recent study had an up to 700% increased cancer risk. Wine appeared not to be implicated, but it is too soon.. Read more >


Daily Sex Improves the Quality of Sperm
It appears that having sex more frequently prior to trying to conceive actually improves the quality of sperm. Read more >


Real Men Eat Vegetables
Eating vegetables (and not eating meat) raises the quality of sperm men produce. Read more >


Reduced Fertility in Diabetic Men May Be Due to DNA Damage in Sperm
Scientists have found that men living with diabetes may be less fertile than non-diabetic men due to DNA damage in the sperm they produce. Read more >


Little Known but Troublesome: Prostatitis
Prostate cancer gets the publicity, but a far less well-known prostate problem — prostatitis — affects many more men. Read more >


A Molecular "Condom" Against AIDS
While they are certainly better than nothing, traditional latex condoms do an imperfect job of preventing both pregnancy and sexually-transmitted diseases such as HIV and AIDS. Read more >


Male Infertility
If you have a low sperm count and are trying for a pregnancy, you should avoid hot tubs and saunas. Read more >





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