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  • If Dad Has Depression, Kids Might Develop It, Too
    (16-Nov-2017)

  • Some Guys Can't Stay Away From Tanning Beds
    (08-Nov-2017)

  • What Drives Teen School Shooters
    (03-Nov-2017)

  • Nursing Home Often Only Option for Single Men After Stroke
    (03-Nov-2017)

  • Could Too Much Exercise Be Bad for Men's Hearts?
    (19-Oct-2017)
    Maybe, but only for white men, study suggests

  • Is Blood Donated by Mothers Less Safe for Men?
    (17-Oct-2017)
    Death rate after transfusion was highest if donor had ever been pregnant, study suggests

  • A-Fib Hits Men Earlier Than Women
    (16-Oct-2017)
    Excess weight also ups risk for the heart rhythm disorder, study says

  • 1 in 9 American Men Infected With Oral HPV
    (16-Oct-2017)
    Vaccine provides protection, but number of boys getting shots remains low, researchers say

  • Men Often Happier With Their 'Bromance' Than Their Romance
    (13-Oct-2017)
    In small study, most felt more comfortable sharing emotions, resolving problems with a male buddy

  • A Man's Health May Rely on Health of His Marriage
    (10-Oct-2017)
    Heart risk factors improve when married life is good, decline when it's not, study finds

  • Too Much Sugar Can Harm Livers of Even Healthy Men
    (06-Oct-2017)
    Study found an unhealthy buildup of fat in the vital organ when men switched to high-sugar diet

  • Suicide Up in U.S., Rural America Hit Hardest
    (06-Oct-2017)
    Men, working-age adults most at risk, CDC reports

  • More Teen Dads?
    (22-Sep-2017)
    Report finds number of teen moms stays stable while it goes up for males

  • For Men, Fitness Can Often Last a Lifetime
    (21-Sep-2017)
    Activities enjoyed when younger are often continued, but lots of men take up walking as they age

  • Prostate Cancer Symptoms Aren't Always Obvious
    (20-Sep-2017)
    Warning signs often confused with other conditions

  • As Men's Weight Rises, Sperm Health May Fall
    (20-Sep-2017)
    But shedding pounds may bring them back to normal, researcher says

  • Prostate Cancer Symptoms Aren't Always Obvious
    (20-Sep-2017)
    Warning signs often confused with other conditions

  • Prostate Cancer Symptoms Aren't Always Obvious
    (20-Sep-2017)
    Warning signs often confused with other conditions

  • Semen Harbors Wide Range of Viruses
    (13-Sep-2017)
    Researchers find 27 infectious agents, but it remains unknown how many can be transmitted sexually

  • New Research Finds Value in PSA Testing
    (05-Sep-2017)
    Analysis of 2 major trials on the prostate cancer screen shows it cuts men's risk of dying from the disease

  • New Research Finds Value in PSA Testing
    (05-Sep-2017)
    Analysis of 2 major trials on the prostate cancer screen shows it cuts men's risk of dying from the disease

  • 6 in 10 of America's Single Guys 'Take Responsibility' for Contraception
    (31-Aug-2017)
    Most rely on condoms, but use of another method has doubled, study finds

  • 6 in 10 of America's Single Guys 'Take Responsibility' for Contraception
    (31-Aug-2017)
    Most rely on condoms, but use of another method has doubled, study finds

  • America's New Dads Are Older Than Ever
    (30-Aug-2017)
    Average age of new fathers has risen to 31, study finds

  • Common Treatment for Early Prostate Cancer May Carry Heart Risk
    (25-Aug-2017)
    Hormone-suppressing regimen may raise odds for heart failure, but it brings benefits, too, researchers say

  • Common Treatment for Early Prostate Cancer May Carry Heart Risk
    (25-Aug-2017)
    Hormone-suppressing regimen may raise odds for heart failure, but it brings benefits, too, researchers say

  • Bicyclist Deaths Rise in U.S., Men Are Likely Victims
    (24-Aug-2017)
    Fatal crashes jumped 12 percent in 2015, report says

  • Could Common Vitamin Supplements Raise Lung Cancer Risk?
    (22-Aug-2017)
    Increased odds only seemed to affect men or male smokers, study suggests

  • Zika May Not Last in Semen as Long as Thought
    (18-Aug-2017)
    Men should still follow CDC guidelines and use condoms for at least 6 months, health experts say

  • Stroke Rates Drop for U.S. Men, But Not Women
    (09-Aug-2017)
    Explanations for the disparity aren't clear

  • 'Super Moms' and 'Super Dads': Work-Home Conflicts Affect Both Genders
    (27-Jul-2017)
    'We need to bring men into the conversation,' researcher says

  • Bacteria May Explain Why Uncircumcised Face Higher HIV Risk
    (25-Jul-2017)
    Learning to reduce these germs might help prevent transmission of disease, researcher says

  • Sperm Counts Continue to Decline in Western Nations: Review
    (25-Jul-2017)
    How this might affect male fertility isn't clear, researchers say

  • Little Evidence That Vasectomy Raises Prostate Cancer Risk
    (18-Jul-2017)
    Most thorough analysis of the data so far finds only 'trivial' effect, which may be due to chance

  • Little Evidence That Vasectomy Raises Prostate Cancer Risk
    (18-Jul-2017)
    Most thorough analysis of the data so far finds only 'trivial' effect, which may be due to chance

  • After Couples Fight, Making Up Differs for Him and Her
    (14-Jul-2017)
    Females prefer sincere apologies while males opt for sex

  • 'Observation' Best Option for Most Low-Risk Prostate Cancer
    (13-Jul-2017)
    20-year study found little difference in death rates, more complications with surgery

  • 'Observation' Best Option for Most Low-Risk Prostate Cancer
    (13-Jul-2017)
    20-year study found little difference in death rates, more complications with surgery

  • Viagra Might Make for a Safer, More Effective Stent
    (11-Jul-2017)
    In animal study, coating the artery-opening devices with the drug kept vessels clear longer

  • Dad-to-Be's Age Can Affect Fertility Treatment Success
    (10-Jul-2017)
    Biggest effects seen for younger women with older men

  • Fatal First-Time Heart Attacks More Common in Blacks: Study
    (10-Jul-2017)
    Black men are twice as likely to die, so prevention is crucial, researcher says

  • Guys, a Noisy Bedroom May Not Be Good for Your Fertility
    (07-Jul-2017)
    South Korean study found a quieter room was tied to better odds for fatherhood

  • FDA Widens Access to 'Cooling Cap' to Stop Hair Loss in Cancer Patients
    (05-Jul-2017)
    Treatment now OK'd for patients receiving chemotherapy for solid tumors

  • Some Prostate Drugs May Do Harm
    (29-Jun-2017)
    Hormone-based meds linked to higher blood sugar and 'bad' cholesterol levels in small study

  • Some Prostate Drugs May Do Harm
    (29-Jun-2017)
    Hormone-based meds linked to higher blood sugar and 'bad' cholesterol levels in small study

  • Some Prostate Drugs May Do Harm
    (29-Jun-2017)
    Hormone-based meds linked to higher blood sugar and 'bad' cholesterol levels in small study

  • Some Prostate Drugs May Do Harm
    (29-Jun-2017)
    Hormone-based meds linked to higher blood sugar and 'bad' cholesterol levels in small study

  • What Men Need to Know About ED Drugs and Anesthesia
    (26-Jun-2017)
    Having surgery? Be forthright about use of erectile dysfunction drugs to prevent dangerous complications

  • What Men Need to Know About ED Drugs and Anesthesia
    (26-Jun-2017)
    Having surgery? Be forthright about use of erectile dysfunction drugs to prevent dangerous complications

  • What Men Need to Know About ED Drugs and Anesthesia
    (26-Jun-2017)
    Having surgery? Be forthright about use of erectile dysfunction drugs to prevent dangerous complications

  • Do Older Dads Produce Brainy Boys?
    (21-Jun-2017)
    Study finds their sons score high in intelligence and focus

  • Do Older Dads Produce Brainy Boys?
    (21-Jun-2017)
    Study finds their sons score high in intelligence and focus

  • Give Dad the Gift of Health on Father's Day
    (16-Jun-2017)
    Exercise with him, let him get some extra sleep, men's health expert says

  • Give Dad the Gift of Health on Father's Day
    (16-Jun-2017)
    Exercise with him, let him get some extra sleep, men's health expert says

  • Drug Extends Lives of Patients With Advanced Prostate Cancer: Studies
    (05-Jun-2017)
    Findings could 'change clinical practice overnight,' leading oncologist says

  • Does Dad Time With Infants Boost Babies' IQ?
    (30-May-2017)
    Positive interactions during first few months could enhance thinking skills at age 2, study suggests

  • Haywire Immune Cells May Help Cause Baldness
    (25-May-2017)
    Cells that fight inflammation also play role in hair growth, mice study finds

  • Do Daughters Bring Out a Dad's 'Softer Side'?
    (25-May-2017)
    Study found men raising toddlers were more responsive, emotional with girls than boys

  • Study Refutes Viagra-Melanoma Link
    (19-May-2017)
    Data shows no connection between impotence drug and deadly skin cancer, after all

  • Overweight Boys Face Higher Colon Cancer Risk as Adults
    (19-May-2017)
    But study also found that losing weight as young adults lowered those odds

  • Study Refutes Viagra-Melanoma Link
    (19-May-2017)
    Data shows no connection between impotence drug and deadly skin cancer, after all

  • HPV Vaccine May Also Prevent Cancers Affecting Men
    (18-May-2017)
    Study finds the cervical cancer vaccine cuts infection for viruses tied to oral, head and neck cancers

  • A New Way to Avoid an Embarrassing Male Sexual Problem?
    (15-May-2017)
    Handy anesthetic 'wipes' may help some -- but not all -- guys with premature ejaculation, small study finds

  • Shift Work May Put Damper on a Man's Sex Life
    (15-May-2017)
    Disrupted sleep patterns could explain the link, three studies suggest

  • Study Sees Link Between Porn and Sexual Dysfunction
    (12-May-2017)
    It could be creating unrealistic expectations for young, inexperienced men, researcher says

  • Testosterone May Protect Men From Allergic Asthma
    (09-May-2017)
    Study findings could explain why airway condition is more common in women

  • Scientists Uncover Root of Graying, Thinning Hair
    (08-May-2017)
    Findings in mice might lead to treatments that stop baldness and gray hair

  • Guys, Take the Health Check Up a Notch
    (28-Apr-2017)
    Working with your doctor can help prevent chronic conditions

  • Puberty's Onset May Depend on DNA
    (25-Apr-2017)
    British researchers zero in on genetic links between early puberty and increased cancer risk

  • PSA Testing Rates for Prostate Cancer Have Leveled Off
    (24-Apr-2017)
    1 in 3 older men still getting the screen; doctors divided over its value

  • Should Prostate Cancer Screening Start Earlier for Black Men?
    (24-Apr-2017)
    New study suggests the disease progresses faster for them

  • PSA Testing Rates for Prostate Cancer Have Leveled Off
    (24-Apr-2017)
    1 in 3 older men still getting the screen; doctors divided over its value

  • It's Yoga to the Rescue for Prostate Cancer Patients
    (13-Apr-2017)
    Study suggests the ancient practice might ease side effects of therapy

  • It's Yoga to the Rescue for Prostate Cancer Patients
    (13-Apr-2017)
    Study suggests the ancient practice might ease side effects of therapy

  • Many Docs Don't Discuss Prostate Cancer Screening Pros and Cons
    (11-Apr-2017)
    Men with lower incomes, education and no insurance less likely to receive pretest counseling, study finds

  • Updated Prostate Cancer Test Guidelines Now Stress Patient Choice
    (11-Apr-2017)
    Men aged 55 to 69 should discuss PSA blood screen with their doctor, expert panel recommends

  • Updated Prostate Cancer Test Guidelines Now Stress Patient Choice
    (11-Apr-2017)
    Men aged 55 to 69 should discuss PSA blood screen with their doctor, expert panel recommends

  • Updated Prostate Cancer Test Guidelines Now Stress Patient Choice
    (11-Apr-2017)
    Men aged 55 to 69 should discuss PSA blood screen with their doctor, expert panel recommends

  • Multivitamins May Not Help Men's Hearts, Even When Diet Is Poor
    (07-Apr-2017)
    Study found no preventive benefit, but more research might still be warranted

  • Men More Prone to Severe Psoriasis: Study
    (06-Apr-2017)
    Researchers say this may explain why more males seek treatment for the skin disease

  • Syphilis Rates Spike Among U.S. Gay, Bisexual Men: CDC
    (06-Apr-2017)
    Awareness and practicing safe sex are key to curbing the growing rate of syphilis, sexual health experts say

  • Guys, a Good Night's Sleep Might Save Your Life
    (03-Apr-2017)
    Study suggests potential link between sleep deprivation and fatal prostate cancer

  • Survival Continues to Improve for Most Cancers
    (31-Mar-2017)
    Still, more progress is needed and racial disparities remain, U.S. report finds

  • Curbing Sleep Apnea Might Mean Fewer Night Trips to Bathroom
    (27-Mar-2017)
    Research finds many men's urinary habits benefit when CPAP mask therapy is used

  • Is MRI the 'Mammography' of Prostate Cancer Screening?
    (27-Mar-2017)
    Scanning might reduce unneeded biopsies and overtreatment, study suggests

  • Smartphone Device Sizes Up Sperm Health
    (22-Mar-2017)
    It analyzes samples in seconds, with 98 percent accuracy, in the privacy of a man's home, researchers say

  • Obesity in Youth Tied to Higher Odds for Liver Cancer in Men
    (21-Mar-2017)
    Fatty deposits in the organ, along with diabetes, can raise the risk, researchers and specialists say

  • TV Ads Help Drive Testosterone Supplement Sales
    (21-Mar-2017)
    Study found link between ads airing, men being tested for low levels of hormone, getting treatments

  • Drugs for Prostate Trouble, Balding Not Linked to Suicide Risk
    (20-Mar-2017)
    However, medications like Propecia, Proscar may be tied to depression, study finds

  • Drugs for Prostate Trouble, Balding Not Linked to Suicide Risk
    (20-Mar-2017)
    However, medications like Propecia, Proscar may be tied to depression, study finds

  • Vitamin E, Selenium Supplements Won't Curb Men's Dementia Risk
    (20-Mar-2017)
    Brain expert says it's unlikely that any one nutrient would be a 'silver bullet'

  • Drugs for Prostate Trouble, Balding Not Linked to Suicide Risk
    (20-Mar-2017)
    However, medications like Propecia, Proscar may be tied to depression, study finds

  • Osteoporosis Fractures May Be Deadlier for Men
    (15-Mar-2017)
    But women suffer more of these broken bones, researchers say

  • Short, Bald Men May Have Their Genes to Blame
    (10-Mar-2017)
    Study finds DNA-based links between early hair loss, stature and other characteristics

  • Short, Bald Men May Have Their Genes to Blame
    (10-Mar-2017)
    Study finds DNA-based links between early hair loss, stature and other characteristics

  • Impotence Meds Might Give Men's Hearts a Boost, Too
    (09-Mar-2017)
    But evidence isn't strong enough to routinely recommend Viagra or Cialis after heart attack, experts say

  • Impotence Meds Might Give Men's Hearts a Boost, Too
    (09-Mar-2017)
    But evidence isn't strong enough to routinely recommend Viagra or Cialis after heart attack, experts say

  • Kids Mean Less Shuteye for Mom, While Dad Slumbers On
    (27-Feb-2017)
    Study finds big differences in how youngsters affect parents' sleep

  • Zika Infection Shrinks Testicles in Mice
    (22-Feb-2017)
    Study authors unsure if virus can harm human fertility

  • After Wives Suffer Stroke, Husbands Adapt to Caregiving Role
    (21-Feb-2017)
    Small study reveals men's day-to-day successes and struggles in caring for disabled spouse

  • Testosterone Therapy May Have Benefits, But Risks Too
    (21-Feb-2017)
    While trials show it boosts bone density and lowers anemia risk, heart risks also seen

  • 'Love Hormone' Helps Dads and Babies Bond
    (17-Feb-2017)
    Brain scans show distinct response when fathers gaze at their kids

  • Hey Fellas, Depression Can Strike New Dads, Too
    (16-Feb-2017)
    Men who are stressed or in poor health seem to be at special risk, study shows

  • Hey Fellas, Depression Can Strike New Dads, Too
    (16-Feb-2017)
    Men who are stressed or in poor health seem to be at special risk, study shows

  • 'Cooling Caps' May Halt Chemo-Linked Hair Loss
    (14-Feb-2017)
    One of two trials was stopped early because results were so strong

  • Geneticists Get to the Roots of Hair Loss in Men
    (14-Feb-2017)
    Researchers spot close to 300 genetic regions linked to baldness, which could provide targets for treatment

  • Geneticists Get to the Roots of Hair Loss in Men
    (14-Feb-2017)
    Researchers spot close to 300 genetic regions linked to baldness, which could provide targets for treatment

  • Beware Heart Attack Risk From Shoveling Snow
    (13-Feb-2017)
    Canadian study finds cases rose for men after heavy snowfalls

  • Brain Differences Hint at Why Autism Is More Common in Males
    (08-Feb-2017)
    Women with the disorder appear more likely to have brain anatomy that's typically seen in men, study says

  • A Plug Instead of a Snip for Male Birth Control?
    (07-Feb-2017)
    Monkey study shows injected gel may one day be alternative to traditional vasectomy

  • A Plug Instead of a Snip for Male Birth Control?
    (07-Feb-2017)
    Monkey study shows injected gel may one day be alternative to traditional vasectomy

  • Sleepovers With Dad Can Be a Win-Win After Divorce
    (03-Feb-2017)
    Overnights in infancy and toddlerhood predicted better relationships years later, study finds

  • Nearly Half of U.S. Men Infected With HPV, Study Finds
    (19-Jan-2017)
    Although a vaccine is available, too few are getting it when young

  • Men: Here Are Ways to Healthier, Younger-Looking Skin
    (18-Jan-2017)
    Avoiding the sun and choosing products best suited to your skin type are key, dermatologist advises

  • Postpartum Depression Affects New Dads, Too
    (17-Jan-2017)
    Certain men at greater risk, doctors say

  • Health Tip: Coping With Hair Loss
    (10-Jan-2017)
    Seek your doctor's help

  • Can Parents' Weight Hinder Toddlers' Development?
    (03-Jan-2017)
    Study links -- but doesn't prove -- Moms', Dads' obesity tied to delayed social and problem-solving skills

  • Scientists Design Heat-Activated Penis Implant
    (30-Dec-2016)
    Device an improvement on current implants, researchers say

  • Men Don't Know About Risks to Fertility, Survey Finds
    (28-Dec-2016)
    It's not commonly known that factors such as obesity, laptop use on lap can affect sperm counts

  • High Pain Tolerance Tied to 'Silent' Heart Attack Risk
    (21-Dec-2016)
    Unusual symptoms include upper back or jaw pain, shortness of breath and nausea, cardiologist says

  • Mouthwash Helps Kill Gonorrhea Germs in Mouth, Throat: Study
    (20-Dec-2016)
    Listerine's maker has long made the claim, and new Australian research seems to confirm it

  • Women Fare Better Than Men After a Heart Valve Replacement
    (19-Dec-2016)
    While women initially have more complications, chances of survival are higher, study says

  • 'Kangaroo Mother Care' May Improve Preemies' Lives Into Adulthood
    (12-Dec-2016)
    Skin-to-skin nurturing linked to increased survival, better social and behavioral outcomes, study finds

  • 'Cold Caps' May Halt Hair Loss in Breast Cancer Patients: Study
    (09-Dec-2016)
    Devices reduce blood flow to hair follicles during chemotherapy treatments

  • Men More Likely to Use Marijuana Than Women, Study Finds
    (05-Dec-2016)
    Researchers suggest 2007 recession may have spurred rise in pot use among men with low incomes

  • Attempted Suicide Rates in U.S. Remain Unchanged
    (04-Dec-2016)
    Men more often resorted to violent means, while women turned to poisoning, drowning, study finds

  • Testosterone Therapy May Be Linked to Serious Blood Clots
    (01-Dec-2016)
    Risk peaks in the first 6 months of hormone treatment, but overall odds are low, study finds

  • Testosterone Therapy May Be Linked to Serious Blood Clots
    (01-Dec-2016)
    Risk peaks in the first 6 months of hormone treatment, but overall odds are low, study finds

  • 'Enthusiastic' Dads May Mean Less Troubled Kids: Study
    (23-Nov-2016)
    A man's enjoyment, confidence in his role as father seemed even more important than time spent

  • 'Enthusiastic' Dads May Mean Less Troubled Kids: Study
    (23-Nov-2016)
    A man's enjoyment, confidence in his role as father seemed even more important than time spent

  • Gender Gap in Life Expectancy Persists
    (21-Nov-2016)
    Genetics and riskier behaviors may help explain the difference, researchers say

  • Sexism Could Harm Men's Health: Study
    (21-Nov-2016)
    Playboy attitudes and power over women linked to higher risk of mental health woes

  • Weight-Loss Surgery Brings Bigger Heart Benefits to Women: Study
    (04-Nov-2016)
    Researchers suggest their bodies may respond differently than men after procedure

  • Could Zika Harm Men's Fertility?
    (31-Oct-2016)
    Mouse study hints at an effect, but studies in humans needed

  • Male Birth Control in a Shot: Promising, But More Work Needed
    (27-Oct-2016)
    Injections as effective as other contraceptives, but side effects prompted early halt of trial

  • Male Birth Control in a Shot: Promising, But More Work Needed
    (27-Oct-2016)
    Injections as effective as other contraceptives, but side effects prompted early halt of trial

  • FDA Warns of Dangers From Testosterone Supplements
    (26-Oct-2016)
    Many American men take them, but heart and psychological issues can occur, agency says

  • FDA Warns of Dangers From Testosterone Supplements
    (26-Oct-2016)
    Many American men take them, but heart and psychological issues can occur, agency says

  • Women Reaching Equality in Dubious Habit: Drinking
    (25-Oct-2016)
    Females also closing the gender gap on health problems from alcohol consumption

  • Even for Men at High Risk, Healthy Living May Help Prevent Colon Cancer
    (20-Oct-2016)
    Many lives could be saved if people avoided alcohol and smoking, ate better and stayed active, researchers report

  • Sleep Can Affect Male Fertility
    (19-Oct-2016)
    Study found too little or too much shuteye linked to reduced chance of pregnancy

  • Expecting Twins or Triplets? What You Should Know Before They Arrive
    (18-Oct-2016)
    They're double or triple the fun -- and the work -- but having a game plan helps, pediatricians say

  • How to Prepare Your Child for a New Brother or Sister
    (13-Oct-2016)
    Children's reactions to family changes depend on their age, pediatric experts advise

  • Scientists Map DNA of Zika Virus From Semen
    (13-Oct-2016)
    It's another step in trying to understand the germ linked to severe birth defects worldwide

  • Can Hormonal Rx for Prostate Cancer Raise Dementia Risk?
    (13-Oct-2016)
    Study found chances doubled, but did not prove androgen deprivation caused damage to brain

  • Why Parenting May Be More Stressful for Mom
    (12-Oct-2016)
    Mothers are often doing household chores, but dads get more play time with the kids, study finds

  • Doctors May Not Be Telling High-Risk Patients About HIV Prevention Drug
    (10-Oct-2016)
    Less than half of gay and bisexual men are aware of once-a-day pill PrEP, study shows

  • Most Low-Income Dads Stay Involved With Their Kids: Study
    (07-Oct-2016)
    Working hours may limit parent-child time, but these men aren't 'deadbeat dads,' research finds

  • Males Conceived Via Fertility Treatment May Have Weakened Sperm: Study
    (07-Oct-2016)
    Procedure that injects sperm into egg was linked with lower quantity and quality of offspring's sperm

  • Hormone Therapy for Prostate Cancer Less Safe for Men With Prior Heart Attack
    (30-Sep-2016)
    For this type of patient, cardiac risks linked to the treatment may outweigh any benefit, study suggests

  • Hormone Therapy for Prostate Cancer Less Safe for Men With Prior Heart Attack
    (30-Sep-2016)
    For this type of patient, cardiac risks linked to the treatment may outweigh any benefit, study suggests

  • Arthritis Drug May Help With Type of Hair Loss
    (22-Sep-2016)
    Researchers saw regrowth in patients with the autoimmune disease alopecia areata

  • Shedding Light on Low Male Libido
    (20-Sep-2016)
    In small study, half-hour of bright light each morning boosted testosterone levels, sexual satisfaction

  • Vasectomy May Not Raise Prostate Cancer Risk After All
    (19-Sep-2016)
    Large study challenges previous research linking the procedure to slightly higher chance of disease

  • Prostate Cancer Treatments: Different Choices for Different Men
    (14-Sep-2016)
    Survival rates are all high, but watchful waiting is linked to some cancer spread, British study reports

  • Prostate Cancer Treatments: Different Choices for Different Men
    (14-Sep-2016)
    Survival rates are all high, but watchful waiting is linked to some cancer spread, British study reports

  • Prostate Cancer Treatments: Different Choices for Different Men
    (14-Sep-2016)
    Survival rates are all high, but watchful waiting is linked to some cancer spread, British study reports

  • Health Tip: Osteoporosis Affects Men, Too
    (12-Sep-2016)
    Here are common risk factors

  • Could Good Sex Be Bad for an Older Man's Heart?
    (06-Sep-2016)
    Once a week or more may take toll, study finds, but at least one cardiologist questions the findings

  • Survey Says: Hair Transplants Make Men Look Younger
    (25-Aug-2016)
    Study supports notion that balding men appear older, less attractive

  • Survey Says: Hair Transplants Make Men Look Younger
    (25-Aug-2016)
    Study supports notion that balding men appear older, less attractive

  • Medical Marijuana's Pain Relief May Work Better for Men
    (24-Aug-2016)
    Study found male users reporting bigger benefits compared to women

  • Is Compromise More Likely When Women Are Part of the Decision?
    (19-Aug-2016)
    Men alone tend to choose an extreme option, study contends

  • New Moms' Hair Loss Usually Temporary, Expert Says
    (17-Aug-2016)
    Blame falling estrogen levels, and use these expert tips to conceal post-partum shedding

  • Health Tip: Young Men Shouldn't Scrimp on Nutrition
    (11-Aug-2016)
    Good choices promote better health

  • Stressed Dads Can Affect Kids' Development
    (03-Aug-2016)
    Fathers make unique contributions, pediatric expert says

  • Number of Advanced Prostate Cancer Cases Soars: U.S. Study
    (19-Jul-2016)
    Increase may be due to lax screening or more aggressive disease, experts say

  • Number of Advanced Prostate Cancer Cases Soars: U.S. Study
    (19-Jul-2016)
    Increase may be due to lax screening or more aggressive disease, experts say

  • Poverty Takes Bigger Toll on a Man's Health If He's Black: Study
    (18-Jul-2016)
    Low income raises risk of early death for black males, but not their white peers, researchers say

  • Obesity More Deadly for Men Than Women: Study
    (14-Jul-2016)
    Losing even a little weight could cut the risk, researchers say

  • Men With Advanced Prostate Cancer Might Consider Gene Test
    (07-Jul-2016)
    Detection of genetic flaw could help predict or prevent cancer in their relatives, study suggests

  • Many Men Ignore Testicular Cancer Symptoms for Months
    (05-Jul-2016)
    Early diagnosis and treatment are tied to 99 percent survival rate at 5 years, urologist says

  • Men Face Greater Risk of Cardiac Arrest: Study
    (30-Jun-2016)
    Heart disease tends to develop earlier than it does in women, researchers say

  • Testosterone Therapy May Boost Older Men's Sex Lives
    (29-Jun-2016)
    Gel hormone treatment led to improved libido and sexual function, study finds

  • Sufficient Sleep May Help Protect Men Against Diabetes: Study
    (29-Jun-2016)
    Too much, too little lowered body's ability to break down sugar, but that was not the case for women

  • Testosterone Therapy May Boost Older Men's Sex Lives
    (29-Jun-2016)
    Gel hormone treatment led to improved libido and sexual function, study finds

  • Testosterone Therapy May Boost Older Men's Sex Lives
    (29-Jun-2016)
    Gel hormone treatment led to improved libido and sexual function, study finds

  • Sudden Heart Death More Common in Male Minority Athletes
    (28-Jun-2016)
    Inherited condition often the cause, study says

  • Why Some Bisexuals Won't 'Come Out'
    (24-Jun-2016)
    Interviews reveal common theme

  • Parkinson's Rates Rising Among American Men
    (20-Jun-2016)
    Smoking is known to help shield against the disease, so declines in that habit may play a role, experts say

  • Impotence Drugs Won't Raise Melanoma Risk, Study Suggests
    (14-Jun-2016)
    Researchers say skin cancer in these patients is likely due to more sun exposure

  • Impotence Drugs Won't Raise Melanoma Risk, Study Suggests
    (14-Jun-2016)
    Researchers say skin cancer in these patients is likely due to more sun exposure

  • Kids Gain From More 'Dad Time'
    (13-Jun-2016)
    Pediatricians' report details the many benefits

  • Obesity Rates Rising Among Women: CDC
    (07-Jun-2016)
    Though a major health concern, little has changed, expert says

  • Tough Economy, Alcohol Fuels Suicide Risk in Men: Study
    (26-May-2016)
    But similar link not seen for women

  • Loss of Y Chromosome in Men Tied to Alzheimer's Risk
    (24-May-2016)
    Study raises provocative questions, expert says

  • Health Tip: Losing Your Hair?
    (23-May-2016)
    Here's information that might surprise you

  • Growth Spurts Can Throw Off Teen Boys' Strut
    (20-May-2016)
    Coordination may be affected by quick addition of height, researchers say

  • High HIV Rates for Gay Men in Some Southern Cities
    (18-May-2016)
    In Jackson, Miss., Columbia, S.C., and El Paso, Texas, rates now exceed or approach 30 percent, report finds

  • Men Miss Out on Bone Loss Screening
    (12-May-2016)
    Yet, millions are at risk of osteoporosis, researchers say

  • Penis Reconstructions 'Life-Altering' for Men, Studies Show
    (09-May-2016)
    Both transgender patients and victims of trauma did well, but procedures not for fainthearted, expert says

  • Could 'Breast Cancer Genes' Play Role in Prostate Cancer, Too?
    (09-May-2016)
    Multiple studies suggest they might

  • Could Nasal Spray Curtail Nighttime Bathroom Trips?
    (09-May-2016)
    Exercise also touted as an answer to 'nocturia'

  • Does a Deep Voice Draw Women?
    (06-May-2016)
    Study suggests a booming baritone is meant more to intimidate male rivals

  • Today's Hair Style Could Cause Tomorrow's Hair Loss
    (29-Apr-2016)
    Black women who prefer scalp-pulling hairdos seem especially at risk, study indicates

  • Many Manly Men Avoid Needed Health Care
    (29-Apr-2016)
    Gender stereotypes can have dangerous consequences, research suggests

  • Could Certain Fatty Foods Be Linked to Aggressive Prostate Cancer?
    (22-Apr-2016)
    Study also suggests that cholesterol-lowering drugs may help counteract harmful effect

  • Regular Exercise May Boost Prostate Cancer Survival
    (18-Apr-2016)
    Study found that men who exercised the most had the best outcomes

  • Hormone Therapy for Prostate Cancer Tied to Depression
    (11-Apr-2016)
    Study found a 23 percent increased risk compared to men who received other treatments, but overall risk relatively low

  • Hormone Therapy for Prostate Cancer Tied to Depression
    (11-Apr-2016)
    Study found a 23 percent increased risk compared to men who received other treatments, but overall risk relatively low

  • Happy Marriage May Prompt Men to Get Colonoscopy: Study
    (07-Apr-2016)
    Women encourage healthful behaviors in their husbands, but look to others for advice about their own preventive care

  • High-Dose Radiation May Be No Better for Low-Risk Prostate Cancer
    (06-Apr-2016)
    Study finds no benefits in disease progression, survival

  • New Prostate Technique May Help Men's Nighttime Urination
    (04-Apr-2016)
    Procedure partially blocks blood flow to the gland and appears to ease the night need, but skeptics exist

  • New Prostate Technique May Help Men's Nighttime Urination
    (04-Apr-2016)
    Procedure partially blocks blood flow to the gland and appears to ease the night need, but skeptics exist

  • New Prostate Technique May Help Men's Nighttime Urination
    (04-Apr-2016)
    Procedure partially blocks blood flow to the gland and appears to ease the night need, but skeptics exist

  • Scientists Spot 'Switch' That Helps Sperm Penetrate Egg
    (29-Mar-2016)
    Finding could eventually lead to unisex birth control, or infertility treatments, researchers say

  • Men, Avoid Impotence Drugs Before Surgery
    (21-Mar-2016)
    Let an anesthesia professional know if you take these medications, expert cautions

  • Men, Avoid Impotence Drugs Before Surgery
    (21-Mar-2016)
    Let an anesthesia professional know if you take these medications, expert cautions

  • Many Men Have Body Image Issues, Too
    (18-Mar-2016)
    Study finds appearance, weight, muscle tone often affect how guys feel about themselves

  • Women With Alzheimer's May Keep Verbal Skills Longer Than Men
    (16-Mar-2016)
    Gender difference could slow diagnosis in women, researchers say

  • Short Men, Heavy Women at Lifelong Disadvantage?
    (09-Mar-2016)
    Genetics of height and weight may shrink earnings, study contends, but other experts skeptical of the findings

  • Black Women's Hair Styling Choices Can Cause Hair Loss
    (04-Mar-2016)
    Survey finds the problem is undiagnosed, and may also have a genetic root

  • Radiation Therapy for Prostate Cancer May Carry Certain Risks
    (03-Mar-2016)
    Chances of secondary cancers increased, but study authors stressed the overall risk was low

  • Low Vitamin D Levels May Signal More Aggressive Prostate Cancer
    (02-Mar-2016)
    But men should not expect supplements to ward off fast-growing tumors, expert says

  • Guys, Want to Be a Leader? Muscle Up
    (02-Mar-2016)
    Study found people tend to link brawnier physiques with leadership

  • Low Vitamin D Levels May Signal More Aggressive Prostate Cancer
    (02-Mar-2016)
    But men should not expect supplements to ward off fast-growing tumors, expert says

  • Scientists Report Finding 'Gray Hair' Gene
    (01-Mar-2016)
    They also identify a gene that influences curliness

  • Male Childhood Cancer Survivors Less Likely to Have Kids, Study Finds
    (24-Feb-2016)
    But Norwegian researchers also found no increased risk of birth defects or delivery complications

  • Male Childhood Cancer Survivors Less Likely to Have Kids, Study Finds
    (24-Feb-2016)
    But Norwegian researchers also found no increased risk of birth defects or delivery complications

  • Half of Gay Black Men May Become Infected With HIV, CDC Says
    (23-Feb-2016)
    New national report highlights groups most at risk for the AIDS-causing virus

  • High-Impact Exercise Strengthens Men's Bones, Researchers Say
    (22-Feb-2016)
    Long-term jogging or tennis may help males avoid osteoporosis

  • Risk of Preemie Birth May Rise for Depressed Parents-to-Be
    (19-Feb-2016)
    Treating expectant mothers -- and fathers -- might help prevent early birth, study suggests

  • Testosterone Therapy May Boost Sex Drive in Older Men ...
    (17-Feb-2016)
    ... But no benefits seen in areas of vitality or physical function, trials show

  • Testosterone Therapy May Boost Sex Drive in Older Men ...
    (17-Feb-2016)
    ... But no benefits seen in areas of vitality or physical function, trials show

  • Study: You Can Predict Which Male Teens Will Live With Their Future Kids
    (16-Feb-2016)
    Beliefs about risky sex, pregnancy, birth control foretell what kind of fathers they will be, researchers contend

  • Another STD Spurs Concern
    (12-Feb-2016)
    British study concludes Mycoplasma genitalium infection is transmitted through sexual contact

  • Impotence Not an Inevitable Part of Aging
    (11-Feb-2016)
    Experts advise men to check with a doctor to rule out diseases or medications that may cause the problem

  • Impotence Not an Inevitable Part of Aging
    (11-Feb-2016)
    Experts advise men to check with a doctor to rule out diseases or medications that may cause the problem

  • PSA Testing Differs Among Primary Care Doctors, Urologists
    (08-Feb-2016)
    Researchers examine falloff after change in prostate cancer screening recommendations

  • Stress-Prone Teen Males May Be at Risk of High Blood Pressure Later
    (02-Feb-2016)
    Study suggests young men who had most trouble coping were at greater risk of hypertension in middle age

  • Excess Weight Has 'Unexpected' Effect on Puberty Onset in Boys
    (27-Jan-2016)
    Sexual maturity slowed in obese kids, but sped up in those who were only overweight, study found

  • Many Older Americans May Get Unneeded Breast, Prostate Cancer Screenings
    (21-Jan-2016)
    Seniors shouldn't be checked if they have less than 10 years to live, but study found almost 16 percent do

  • Women May Have Better Flu Defenses
    (18-Jan-2016)
    Study might explain why men often seem harder hit by the virus

  • Can Berries, Citrus Fruits Boost Male Sexual Health?
    (15-Jan-2016)
    New study suggests a connection, but some doubt 'flavonoids' are an impotence remedy

  • Teen Weapon Use Varies by Race and Gender: Study
    (15-Jan-2016)
    Black and Hispanic students and boys more likely than whites and girls to be involved, data shows

  • Can Berries, Citrus Fruits Boost Male Sexual Health?
    (15-Jan-2016)
    New study suggests a connection, but some doubt 'flavonoids' are an impotence remedy

  • Male Sexual Enhancement Supplements Often Ineffective, Possibly Harmful: Study
    (13-Jan-2016)
    Many contain potentially risky ingredient found in drugs like Viagra, researchers add

  • Male Sexual Enhancement Supplements Often Ineffective, Possibly Harmful: Study
    (13-Jan-2016)
    Many contain potentially risky ingredient found in drugs like Viagra, researchers add

  • Implanted Defibrillators Help Women as Much as Men: Study
    (12-Jan-2016)
    For heart failure patients with the devices, death risk over 3-year period was 20 percent lower

  • Three Moves Could Cut New HIV Cases Dramatically: Study
    (07-Jan-2016)
    Researchers say testing, treating and providing preventive drugs are crucial

  • Aspirin May Decrease Death From Prostate Cancer, Study Finds
    (05-Jan-2016)
    Researchers suspect drug may help prevent spread of deadly disease

  • Hormones Tied to Uterine Fibroid Risk in Study
    (18-Dec-2015)
    High levels of testosterone, estrogen in middle age linked to raised odds of benign tumors in uterus

  • Type 2 Diabetes May Raise Dementia Risk, Especially in Women: Study
    (17-Dec-2015)
    Expert recommends aggressive screening for females

  • Surgery May Beat Radiation for Men With Early Stage Prostate Cancer
    (15-Dec-2015)
    Analysis of 19 studies suggests surgery has an edge in survival, but experts say each case may be different

  • Risky Sexual Behaviors Put Many Young Gay Men at Risk of HIV: Study
    (07-Dec-2015)
    Experts say more must be done to curb unsafe sex and get virus-supressing meds to these men

  • Infertile Men May Have Higher Risk of Heart Disease, Diabetes
    (07-Dec-2015)
    Doctors should look for underlying health problems, experts suggest

  • Hormone Therapy for Prostate Cancer Tied to Possible Alzheimer's Risk
    (07-Dec-2015)
    But experts caution that study doesn't prove cause-and-effect relationship between the two

  • Hormone Therapy for Prostate Cancer Tied to Possible Alzheimer's Risk
    (07-Dec-2015)
    But experts caution that study doesn't prove cause-and-effect relationship between the two

  • Low-Risk Prostate Cancer Often Not Monitored Closely
    (04-Dec-2015)
    Most men who chose 'watchful waiting' weren't followed as recommended, study finds

  • Low-Risk Prostate Cancer Often Not Monitored Closely
    (04-Dec-2015)
    Most men who chose 'watchful waiting' weren't followed as recommended, study finds

  • Could an Obese Dad's Sperm Pass Traits to His Kids?
    (03-Dec-2015)
    Study finds differences in gene activity based on weight, but doesn't prove offspring inherits them

  • Human Brains Aren't Distinctly Male or Female, Study Says
    (30-Nov-2015)
    Instead, researchers find 'mosaic' of masculine, feminine traits

  • Yoga May Boost Quality of Life for Prostate Cancer Patients
    (20-Nov-2015)
    Small study shows those undergoing radiation therapy had fewer side effects, less fatigue

  • Do Men 'Eat to Impress' When a Woman's Around?
    (19-Nov-2015)
    Guys ate 93 percent more pizza from an Italian buffet when a female was at the table, study found

  • Could Viagra Help Prevent Type 2 Diabetes in Those at Risk?
    (18-Nov-2015)
    Small trial suggests the drug might help, but much more study is needed

  • Could Viagra Help Prevent Type 2 Diabetes in Those at Risk?
    (18-Nov-2015)
    Small trial suggests the drug might help, but much more study is needed

  • Alzheimer's-Linked Gene Tied to Brain Bleeds in Men: Study
    (17-Nov-2015)
    Researchers find increased risk in those with ApoE4

  • Male Infertility Might Signal Higher Odds of Testicular Cancer
    (16-Nov-2015)
    Abnormally low sperm count tied to greater risk, study suggests

  • Vitamin D Deficiency Might Be Tied to Erectile Dysfunction
    (13-Nov-2015)
    Men with low levels of 'sunshine vitamin' more likely to be impotent, study suggests

  • Vitamin D Deficiency Might Be Tied to Erectile Dysfunction
    (13-Nov-2015)
    Men with low levels of 'sunshine vitamin' more likely to be impotent, study suggests

  • Illegal Toad Venom 'Aphrodisiac' Linked to NYC Man's Death
    (05-Nov-2015)
    Ingredient in products called 'stone' can dangerously alter heart rhythm, city health officials say

  • Ovarian Cancer Drug Shows Promise With Tough-to-Treat Prostate Tumors
    (28-Oct-2015)
    In small study, olaparib targeted gene mutation in men who had failed other therapy, researchers report

  • Too Few Boys Get HPV Vaccine, CDC Study Finds
    (26-Oct-2015)
    This leaves them vulnerable to sexually transmitted virus, cancer

  • Wielding Power May Spur Testosterone Surges: Study
    (26-Oct-2015)
    Women see greater increase in levels of this 'male' hormone in competitive situations

  • Drugs Used in Cancer, Arthritis May Help Fight Hair Loss
    (23-Oct-2015)
    Mouse study shows promise, but it's too early to know if medications could treat baldness in people

  • Black Men May Get Worse Prostate Cancer Care, Study Contends
    (22-Oct-2015)
    Problems include longer waits, greater need for more care after surgery, and higher costs

  • Rare Condition Can 'Masculinize' Women
    (21-Oct-2015)
    Case report details how ovarian hyperthecosis leads to balding, excess body hair

  • Rare Condition Can 'Masculinize' Women
    (21-Oct-2015)
    Case report details how ovarian hyperthecosis leads to balding, excess body hair

  • Men's, Women's Hearts Age Differently
    (20-Oct-2015)
    Treatments may need to be gender-specific, study suggests

  • Men's Health Supplements Don't Benefit Prostate Cancer Patients: Study
    (19-Oct-2015)
    Research suggests these products won't cut risk of disease spread or death

  • Height May Be Linked to Increased Cancer Risk, Study Contends
    (02-Oct-2015)
    But experts stress only an association was found, and there's no proof being tall causes disease

  • Mouse Study Hints at New 'Male Contraceptive'
    (01-Oct-2015)
    Discovery could lead to a reversible, non-hormonal form of birth control for men, scientists say

  • Injury Toll in U.S. in 2013: $671 Billion
    (30-Sep-2015)
    Accidents and violence the driving forces, CDC officials report

  • Relaxed Guidelines on PSA Testing Might Miss Aggressive Tumors: Study
    (22-Sep-2015)
    Men who could be cured of more advanced prostate disease may be diagnosed late, some researchers say

  • Some Prostate Cancer Patients May Not Benefit From Hormone Therapy
    (22-Sep-2015)
    Analysis found men with heart disease might live longer when treated with radiation alone

  • Some Prostate Cancer Patients May Not Benefit From Hormone Therapy
    (22-Sep-2015)
    Analysis found men with heart disease might live longer when treated with radiation alone

  • Relaxed Guidelines on PSA Testing Might Miss Aggressive Tumors: Study
    (22-Sep-2015)
    Men who could be cured of more advanced prostate disease may be diagnosed late, some researchers say

  • Some Prostate Cancer Patients May Not Benefit From Hormone Therapy
    (22-Sep-2015)
    Analysis found men with heart disease might live longer when treated with radiation alone

  • Relaxed Guidelines on PSA Testing Might Miss Aggressive Tumors: Study
    (22-Sep-2015)
    Men who could be cured of more advanced prostate disease may be diagnosed late, some researchers say

  • Could Young Men's Low Heart Rate Predict Violent Crime?
    (09-Sep-2015)
    Researchers find a link but not cause-and-effect relationship

  • More Men With Breast Cancer Having Second Breast Removed
    (02-Sep-2015)
    Trend mirrors the one seen in women, researchers say

  • Impotence Drug May Help Fight Rare Lung Disease: Study
    (01-Sep-2015)
    Combining active ingredient in Cialis and blood pressure med helped with pulmonary arterial hypertension

  • Only 1 in 5 Gay Teen Boys Get HIV Test
    (26-Aug-2015)
    Rates much higher in those over 18, researchers say

  • Mixed Findings on Pot's Effect on the Developing Brain
    (26-Aug-2015)
    One of two new studies suggests marijuana use in teen years might be more harmful for males

  • Men Who Feel Less Masculine May Be More Violent, Study Finds
    (25-Aug-2015)
    Those not concerned about meeting 'male ideals' were least likely to assault others

  • 'Low T' Therapy Has Yet to Be Proven: FDA
    (19-Aug-2015)
    Agency orders makers of popular testosterone supplements to conduct clinical trials

  • 'Low T' Therapy Has Yet to Be Proven: FDA
    (19-Aug-2015)
    Agency orders makers of popular testosterone supplements to conduct clinical trials

  • Study Debunks Notion That Condoms Always Hamper Erections
    (18-Aug-2015)
    Most young men who had such problems had erectile difficulties generally, researchers say

  • Study Debunks Notion That Condoms Always Hamper Erections
    (18-Aug-2015)
    Most young men who had such problems had erectile difficulties generally, researchers say

  • Family Struggles May Affect Boys' Brain Development
    (17-Aug-2015)
    Mental health symptoms, reduced gray matter volume noted in study

  • How to Mend a Broken Heart? Your Gender May Matter
    (14-Aug-2015)
    Men don't process experience or seek support to cope with end of relationships, experts say

  • 1 in 4 Senior Women in U.S. Has Osteoporosis: CDC
    (13-Aug-2015)
    About 6 percent of men aged 65 or older also have the bone-thinning condition, report finds

  • Moderate Exercise May Reduce Men's Heart Failure Risk
    (12-Aug-2015)
    But study also finds too much exercise raises the odds of heart trouble

  • Mixed Results on Value of Testosterone Supplements for Men's Health
    (11-Aug-2015)
    They may not harm the heart, but most men didn't see boost in sex lives either, study found

  • Mixed Results on Value of Testosterone Supplements for Men's Health
    (11-Aug-2015)
    They may not harm the heart, but most men didn't see boost in sex lives either, study found

  • Parents' Happiness Key to How Big Families Grow
    (07-Aug-2015)
    Study finds couples are less likely to have second child if their emotional well-being declines

  • Bodybuilder Supplement Abuse a Growing Concern
    (07-Aug-2015)
    Study finds more men using them to achieve 'perfect' body, may qualify as new eating disorder

  • A Man's Meat Intake Might Influence His Fertility: Study
    (05-Aug-2015)
    Couples undergoing IVF treatments fared worse if his consumption of processed meats was high

  • Combo Treatment May Boost Survival With Advanced Prostate Cancer
    (05-Aug-2015)
    Adding chemotherapy to hormone therapy added 14 months to patients' lives in study

  • Does Fatherhood When Young Boost Odds of Dying in Middle Age?
    (04-Aug-2015)
    Men who became dads in their early 20s were more likely to die in their late 40s and early 50s, Finnish study finds

  • Your Office Temperature Settings May Have a Gender Bias
    (03-Aug-2015)
    Middle-aged man is target of heating, cooling standards, researchers say

  • Targeted Workouts May Strengthen Men's Bones in Middle Age
    (30-Jul-2015)
    Weight-lifting regimen tied to increased bone mass in the whole body, lumbar spine and hip, study finds

  • The Dreaded 'Dad Bod' Is Real
    (21-Jul-2015)
    First-time fathers tend to add on extra pounds, researchers say

  • Women Descend Into Alzheimer's at Twice the Speed of Men: Study
    (21-Jul-2015)
    Investigators find gender differences in progression from mild cognitive impairment

  • Impotence Linked to Risk of Type 2 Diabetes
    (20-Jul-2015)
    Middle-aged men with erectile dysfunction may be at even greater risk, study suggests

  • Study Sees No Link Between Testosterone Therapy and Blood Clots
    (20-Jul-2015)
    Finding was based on data from more than 30,000 American men, 40 and older

  • Impotence Linked to Risk of Type 2 Diabetes
    (20-Jul-2015)
    Middle-aged men with erectile dysfunction may be at even greater risk, study suggests

  • Study Sees No Link Between Testosterone Therapy and Blood Clots
    (20-Jul-2015)
    Finding was based on data from more than 30,000 American men, 40 and older

  • Dad's Involvement With Autistic Child Helps Mom, Too
    (17-Jul-2015)
    Study finds that depression levels in mothers drop when fathers engage in caretaking

  • Study Questions Radiation Use for 'Low-Risk' Prostate Cancers
    (17-Jul-2015)
    Upping the dosage didn't alter survival rates for men with these slow-growing tumors

  • Meth, Coke Addiction May Affect Brains of Women More Than Men
    (14-Jul-2015)
    It's not clear why past drug dependence is linked to less gray matter in female brains, researchers say

  • Testosterone Treatments Won't Help Men With Ejaculatory Issues
    (09-Jul-2015)
    Researchers saw no improvement for patients with low testosterone and delayed ejaculation

  • Genetic Test May Help Spot Male Fertility Problems
    (08-Jul-2015)
    Though still experimental, it measures key qualities of sperm, researchers say

  • 'Watchful Waiting' Becoming More Common for Prostate Cancer Patients
    (07-Jul-2015)
    Study finds men with low-risk disease often getting monitoring over surgery, radiation, hormone therapy

  • Attraction Can Grow With Time Spent Together
    (06-Jul-2015)
    Couples who were friends first often find beauty's in the eye of the beholder, study says

  • Hormones May Spur Rash Choices on Stock Exchange
    (06-Jul-2015)
    Study found high levels of testosterone, cortisol linked to traders making riskier financial decisions

  • Too Few Men With Low-Risk Prostate Cancers Get 'Watch and Wait' Approach
    (30-Jun-2015)
    Study finds 12 percent or fewer getting active surveillance

  • Small Talk Can Boost Business Deals for Men, Study Says
    (25-Jun-2015)
    Women get fewer bonus points from chatting because it's expected of them, researcher suggests

  • Many More Women Than Men Living to 100
    (25-Jun-2015)
    But male centenarians have fewer chronic ills than females, British study finds

  • Viagra, Other ED Meds Won't Raise Melanoma Risk
    (23-Jun-2015)
    Study did find slightly higher odds for the skin cancer in men on ED drugs, but lifestyles are probable culprit

  • Viagra, Other ED Meds Won't Raise Melanoma Risk
    (23-Jun-2015)
    Study did find slightly higher odds for the skin cancer in men on ED drugs, but lifestyles are probable culprit

  • Many U.S. Men With Depression, Anxiety Don't Get Treated, CDC Finds
    (11-Jun-2015)
    Young minority males less likely than whites to access mental health care

  • Parents' Age May Be Factor in Child's Autism Risk
    (09-Jun-2015)
    Greater odds of disorder in kids of teen moms, older moms and parents with big age gap, study suggests

  • Fewer Young Men Fathering Children Outside of Marriage: CDC
    (04-Jun-2015)
    Rate of first-time dads having child out of wedlock fell from 1980s to 2000s, research shows

  • FDA Panel Weighing Women's Libido Pill
    (04-Jun-2015)
    Vote expected Thursday after agency twice has rejected the sexual dysfunction daily medication

  • 1 in 5 Younger Americans Tested for HIV
    (02-Jun-2015)
    22 percent for females and 16 percent for males, CDC says

  • High-Fat Diet May Raise Prostate Cancer Death Risk
    (01-Jun-2015)
    In study, patients who ate typical 'Western' fare had more than twice the odds of dying from the disease

  • Excess Weight Linked to Worse Prostate Cancer Prognosis
    (29-May-2015)
    Radiation less effective for overweight, obese men, researchers say

  • Older Hispanic Men at Risk of Hearing Loss, Study Finds
    (28-May-2015)
    Income, education, noise exposure also play role in odds people will lose their hearing, researchers say

  • 'Moderate'Drinking Might Harm Older People's Hearts: Study
    (26-May-2015)
    Research seems to question current recommendations regarding alcohol consumption

  • First Part of Ejaculate May Be Primed for Conception
    (26-May-2015)
    Researchers find early sperm more likely to achieve a pregnancy

  • Can Asthma Protect Men From Prostate Cancer?
    (22-May-2015)
    New research finds an association, but doesn't prove cause and effect

  • Treating Gum Disease Might Help Prostate Symptoms: Study
    (22-May-2015)
    Periodontal problems linked to inflammation throughout the body, researcher says

  • Coffee May Help Men Keep Impotence at Bay
    (21-May-2015)
    Study suggests caffeine may help maintain healthy blood flow and sexual function

  • Coffee May Help Men Keep Impotence at Bay
    (21-May-2015)
    Study suggests caffeine may help maintain healthy blood flow and sexual function

  • Sleep Apnea May Boost Depression Risk in Men, Study Finds
    (18-May-2015)
    Researcher says cause and effect can't be proved, but link between the two conditions is strong

  • Prostate Cancer Testing Drops Off After Controversial Guidelines
    (18-May-2015)
    More men will die without PSA screening, researchers contend; other experts applaud the downward trend

  • Men Should Be Screened for Osteoporosis, Too
    (15-May-2015)
    Study found males less likely to have their bone density checked, but suffered worse outcomes

  • Smoking Ups Risk of Complications From Urologic Cancers: Study
    (15-May-2015)
    Although former smokers also have higher odds of trouble, quitting does help

  • Men in Red May Seem Aggressive, Angry
    (14-May-2015)
    Study might have you think about your 'fashion statement'

  • Early Chemo May Boost Survival in Advanced Prostate Cancer
    (14-May-2015)
    Study found combination with hormone therapy extended life by almost a year

  • Early Chemo May Boost Survival in Advanced Prostate Cancer
    (14-May-2015)
    Study found combination with hormone therapy extended life by almost a year

  • Early Chemo May Boost Survival in Advanced Prostate Cancer
    (14-May-2015)
    Study found combination with hormone therapy extended life by almost a year

  • HPV Vaccination for Girls May Help Prevent Cancers in Males
    (13-May-2015)
    But, while they remain at risk of infection, immunizing boys may not be cost-effective, study says

  • Radiation Plus Hormone Therapy May Help Some Prostate Cancer Patients
    (13-May-2015)
    Study found five-year death risk was 50 percent lower in combo-treatment group

  • Radiation Plus Hormone Therapy May Help Some Prostate Cancer Patients
    (13-May-2015)
    Study found five-year death risk was 50 percent lower in combo-treatment group

  • Radiation Plus Hormone Therapy May Help Some Prostate Cancer Patients
    (13-May-2015)
    Study found five-year death risk was 50 percent lower in combo-treatment group

  • Radiation Plus Hormone Therapy May Help Some Prostate Cancer Patients
    (13-May-2015)
    Study found five-year death risk was 50 percent lower in combo-treatment group

  • Hormone Therapy for Prostate Cancer May Impair Thinking
    (12-May-2015)
    Men with a particular gene mutation suffered most, study finds

  • Hormone Therapy for Prostate Cancer May Impair Thinking
    (12-May-2015)
    Men with a particular gene mutation suffered most, study finds

  • Staying Fit May Delay Onset of High Cholesterol, Study Finds
    (11-May-2015)
    Regular physical activity seems to put off age-related increases in men by up to 15 years

  • Statins May Slow Prostate Cancer Progression: Study
    (07-May-2015)
    But more trials are needed to confirm benefits, experts say

  • Why Do More Women Than Men Have Weight-Loss Surgery?
    (06-May-2015)
    Women may possess greater overall awareness of the risks posed by obesity, study finds

  • Millennials More Tolerant, Less Promiscuous Than Their Parents
    (06-May-2015)
    Study details Americans' changing views on sexual behavior over last four decades

  • Late-Life Transition Like Bruce Jenner's Full of Challenges, Rewards, Experts Say
    (24-Apr-2015)
    People with issues involving gender identity may struggle for years before taking action

  • Impotence Drugs Don't Fix All Sexual Concerns: Study
    (23-Apr-2015)
    Even with the meds, many men worry about erections, orgasms and desire

  • Impotence Drugs Don't Fix All Sexual Concerns: Study
    (23-Apr-2015)
    Even with the meds, many men worry about erections, orgasms and desire

  • Impotence Drugs Don't Fix All Sexual Concerns: Study
    (23-Apr-2015)
    Even with the meds, many men worry about erections, orgasms and desire

  • Walking Boosts Outcomes for Prostate Cancer Survivors
    (16-Apr-2015)
    Study found real improvements in quality of life once men got active

  • Obesity Linked to Greater Risk of Prostate Cancer in Blacks, Study Says
    (16-Apr-2015)
    Researcher urges physicians to take note of findings

  • Father's Sperm May Hold Clues to Autism Risk
    (15-Apr-2015)
    Future research will examine more families, different occupations

  • Father's Sperm May Hold Clues to Autism Risk
    (15-Apr-2015)
    Future research will examine more families, different occupations

  • Midlife Fitness May Be a Real Cancer Fighter for Men
    (26-Mar-2015)
    Study shows lower risk of lung, colon tumors at 65 and older

  • Exercise Might Help His Sex Life
    (23-Mar-2015)
    Men who get the most physical activity report more erections, orgasms, study says

  • Why Insulin Resistance May Be More Common in Men
    (23-Mar-2015)
    Researchers say a protein in muscle might be culprit behind type 2 diabetes gender gap

  • Smoking May Be Linked to Prostate Cancer's Return
    (23-Mar-2015)
    But quitting more than 10 years ago is associated with reduced risk, study says

  • Vitamin D Supplements Might Slow Prostate Cancer, Study Suggests
    (23-Mar-2015)
    But it's too early to make blanket recommendation, expert says

  • Exercise Might Help His Sex Life
    (23-Mar-2015)
    Men who get the most physical activity report more erections, orgasms, study says

  • Dad's Depression Affects Toddler's Behavior, Too
    (18-Mar-2015)
    Study found a father's moods might increase risk of his youngster's anxiety, sadness

  • Dad's Depression Affects Toddler's Behavior, Too
    (18-Mar-2015)
    Study found a father's moods might increase risk of his youngster's anxiety, sadness

  • Good Sleep Is Key to Good Sex
    (18-Mar-2015)
    Women who got more rest had greater desire the next day, study found

  • Age-Linked Memory Loss May Be Worse for Men, Study Finds
    (16-Mar-2015)
    And, early plaque build-up in brain may not play as strong a role in recall issues as suspected

  • How to Get a Man to Open His Wallet for Charity
    (13-Mar-2015)
    Remind him that needy causes may affect his personal interests, researchers suggest

  • More Sex, Better Testosterone Levels?
    (13-Mar-2015)
    Contrary to popular belief, study suggests the relationship between the two works the other way

  • The Lower His IQ, the More a Young Guy Drinks?
    (10-Mar-2015)
    Heavy drinking and lesser intelligence linked in Swedish study

  • Statins May Help Improve Prostate Cancer Survival: Study
    (10-Mar-2015)
    Finds the cholesterol-lowering drugs linked to slower progression of disease

  • Physically Tough Jobs May Harm a Man's Fertility: Study
    (09-Mar-2015)
    Other factors that seemed to have an effect were high blood pressure, taking many medications

  • Aggressive Boys Stronger Than Other Teens, Study Says
    (09-Mar-2015)
    Link is likely based in evolution, researchers theorize

  • When One Spouse Exercises, the Other May Start, Too
    (06-Mar-2015)
    'Harness the power of the couple' to enhance health, researcher says

  • Could the 'Love Hormone' Be a Weight-Loss Aid for Men?
    (06-Mar-2015)
    In small study, oxytocin tied to reduced food intake

  • Study: Men Are the Narcissists of the Species
    (05-Mar-2015)
    That may help explain the lack of women in leadership roles, researchers contend

  • Early Studies See No Heart Risk From Testosterone Therapy
    (04-Mar-2015)
    But experts agree more research is needed, especially in light of FDA warning

  • Just How Big Is a Normal Penis?
    (03-Mar-2015)
    Researchers size up thousands to arrive at averages

  • Fried Foods Tied to Raised Heart Failure Risk
    (03-Mar-2015)
    Eaten regularly, they might boost chances as much as 68 percent, study finds

  • Transgender Hormone Therapy Doesn't Seem to Pose Major Risks
    (26-Feb-2015)
    Researchers say findings should ease concerns as no increase seen in cancers or deaths

  • Rear End Takes a Front Seat in Plastic Surgery Offices
    (26-Feb-2015)
    Men also drove up overall number of cosmetic procedures, doctors say

  • Did PSA Test's Decline Spur Rise in Prostate Cancers?
    (24-Feb-2015)
    Researchers report 3 percent annual rise in intermediate- and high-risk cases

  • Testicular Cancer May Raise Prostate Cancer Risk: Study
    (23-Feb-2015)
    But it's too soon to make any recommendations, and overall risk is low, researcher says

  • Watch-and-Wait Strategy May Be Riskier for Certain Prostate Cancers
    (23-Feb-2015)
    Study found lower survival for intermediate-risk disease, compared to low-risk cases

  • Testicular Cancer May Raise Prostate Cancer Risk: Study
    (23-Feb-2015)
    But it's too soon to make any recommendations, and overall risk is low, researcher says

  • Health Tip: Understanding Osteoporosis in Men
    (19-Feb-2015)
    Here are common risk factors

  • Are Too Many Prostate Cancer Patients Receiving Treatment?
    (19-Feb-2015)
    Study also raises concerns about possible overuse of radiation therapy

  • More Americans Surviving Cancer Today Than 20 Years Ago
    (19-Feb-2015)
    Study shows biggest improvements in people diagnosed between ages 50 and 64

  • Are Too Many Prostate Cancer Patients Receiving Treatment?
    (19-Feb-2015)
    Study also raises concerns about possible overuse of radiation therapy

  • Wealthier Men Less Likely to Do Housework, Study Finds
    (09-Feb-2015)
    When they recognize need to help partner, they may just hire a cleaner instead

  • Health Tip: Protecting a Man's Health
    (06-Feb-2015)
    Things you can do to stay healthier

  • MRI Improves Prostate Cancer Biopsy Accuracy, Study Finds
    (27-Jan-2015)
    New technology spots more aggressive cancer, but fewer low-risk cases

  • MRI Improves Prostate Cancer Biopsy Accuracy, Study Finds
    (27-Jan-2015)
    New technology spots more aggressive cancer, but fewer low-risk cases

  • Health Tip: Health Conditions May Lead to Hair Loss
    (23-Jan-2015)
    Here are potential causes

  • Stroke Survivors Who Live Alone Face Higher Risk of Early Death: Study
    (23-Jan-2015)
    Men were particularly vulnerable in 12-year follow-up

  • Use of Male IVF Procedure Doubled in the Past Decade
    (20-Jan-2015)
    But the procedure is expensive and not always tied to better outcomes, study suggests

  • New Form of Club Drug 'Poppers' May Pose Risks for Gay Men
    (16-Jan-2015)
    Study warns that revised versions are more like dangerous 'huffing' solvents

  • Oral HPV Infection Lasts Longer in Older Men, Study Finds
    (09-Jan-2015)
    Potentially cancer-causing infection appears to linger in males over 45

  • Does He Post a Lot of 'Selfies'? He Might Be a Narcissist
    (08-Jan-2015)
    Guys who spent lots of time editing self-portraits also ranked high in self-interest, study found

  • Strategy Might Thwart Resistance to a Common Prostate Cancer Treatment
    (07-Jan-2015)
    Small study suggests that alternating testosterone levels may make hormonal therapy work longer

  • Falling Cancer Death Rate Means 1.5 Million Lives Saved Over 20 Years
    (31-Dec-2014)
    American Cancer Society report finds a 22 percent drop in deaths

  • For Anorexic Men, the Focus Is on Muscle
    (29-Dec-2014)
    Collected data shows a 'paradox,' with men becoming malnourished as they try to bulk up

  • Expectant Dads May Also Have Hormonal Changes, Study Suggests
    (17-Dec-2014)
    Experts can't explain why testosterone levels of men declined early in partner's pregnancy

  • Expectant Dads May Also Have Hormonal Changes, Study Suggests
    (17-Dec-2014)
    Experts can't explain why testosterone levels of men declined early in partner's pregnancy

  • Syphilis on the Rise Among Gay, Bisexual Men: CDC
    (16-Dec-2014)
    Rates of chlamydia dip for the first time in 30 years

  • Poor Sperm Quality May Signal Health Issues, Study Finds
    (11-Dec-2014)
    Medical conditions or treatments may affect fertility, researchers say

  • Male Breast Cancer Is Different
    (09-Dec-2014)
    Men's tumor types differ; survival is increasing but not as much as for women, study finds

  • Health Tip: Losing Your Hair?
    (08-Dec-2014)
    Cause may not be in your genes

  • Women Can Outperform Men in Financial Negotiations, Study Shows
    (05-Dec-2014)
    Researchers say certain situations favor females: similar past experience, bargaining for others

  • Smoking Might Cost Men Their 'Y' Chromosome, Study Finds
    (04-Dec-2014)
    Consequences aren't clear, but experts suspect the change might be linked to increased cancer risk

  • FDA Issues New Drug Label Rules to Better Inform Pregnant Women
    (03-Dec-2014)
    Agency official says labeling changes should help patients 'make critical decisions' about medicines

  • CDC Endorses Circumcision for Health Reasons
    (02-Dec-2014)
    Says benefits, including reduced chances of sexually transmitted diseases, outweigh risks

  • Testosterone May Not Deliver Victory for Athletes, Study Found
    (01-Dec-2014)
    Cross-country runners showed a spike in the 'male hormone' during race, regardless of finishing time

  • Being the Boss Tied to Depression Risk for Women, But Not Men
    (21-Nov-2014)
    Women in powerful positions may be judged harshly, researcher says

  • A Bad Marriage Burdens an Aging Heart
    (20-Nov-2014)
    Older women in unhappy relationships seem especially vulnerable, researchers say

  • Testosterone Plays Minor Role in Older Women's Sex Lives, Study Finds
    (20-Nov-2014)
    Quality of relationships may have more impact on libido

  • Early Heart Disease May Lead to Impotence, Study Says
    (18-Nov-2014)
    Researchers find higher levels of artery plaque can affect a man's sexual health

  • Early Heart Disease May Lead to Impotence, Study Says
    (18-Nov-2014)
    Researchers find higher levels of artery plaque can affect a man's sexual health

  • Could Wine, Chocolate Help Shield Your Heart From Smog?
    (17-Nov-2014)
    Researchers say air pollution's effects lessened in older men who consumed flavonoids, but more research needed

  • Study Shows Men Can Get Oral HPV Infection From Women
    (12-Nov-2014)
    Virus could put them at raised risk for throat cancers, researchers say

  • HPV Vaccination Rates Lowest in States With Highest Cervical Cancer Rates: Study
    (11-Nov-2014)
    Vaccination could prevent most cervical cancers, researcher notes

  • Men Less Likely Than Women to Get Bone Test After Fracture
    (05-Nov-2014)
    Experts warn that older men are at risk for osteoporosis, too

  • Mom's Words Matter Most to Newborns
    (03-Nov-2014)
    Study also finds that parents respond more to sounds of babies who match their gender

  • 'Purpose in Life' a Boon to Your Health
    (03-Nov-2014)
    Study found those who felt their life had meaning were more likely to get screening tests such as colonoscopies, mammograms

  • 'Purpose in Life' a Boon to Your Health
    (03-Nov-2014)
    Study found those who felt their life had meaning were more likely to get screening tests such as colonoscopies, mammograms

  • Can Lots of Sex Protect the Prostate?
    (29-Oct-2014)
    Men who sleep with plenty of women less likely to develop cancer in the gland, study suggests

  • Hormone Therapy May Up Heart-Related Deaths in Some Prostate Cancer Patients
    (29-Oct-2014)
    But the overall risk is small, researchers say

  • Hormone Therapy May Up Heart-Related Deaths in Some Prostate Cancer Patients
    (29-Oct-2014)
    But the overall risk is small, researchers say

  • Women Less Likely to Get Kidney Dialysis Than Men, Study Finds
    (28-Oct-2014)
    And the disparity doesn't seem to be related to biological differences, researchers say

  • Playing the Field May Lower Prostate Cancer Risk: Study
    (28-Oct-2014)
    Finding only held true when men's sex partners were female, not male, researchers say

  • Y Chromosome Loss May Predict Earlier Death for Men
    (22-Oct-2014)
    Risk of cancer appears to rise with depletion, study finds

  • As U.S. Economy Worsened, Vasectomy Rates Rose, Study Finds
    (20-Oct-2014)
    National data shows a 28 percent rise in men opting for the procedure

  • For Infertility Treatment, Should He Drink Less Coffee, More Booze?
    (20-Oct-2014)
    Study suggests male beverage consumption affects in vitro fertilization results

  • As U.S. Economy Worsened, Vasectomy Rates Rose, Study Finds
    (20-Oct-2014)
    National data shows a 28 percent rise in men opting for the procedure

  • Dads Face Guilt About Workouts, Just Like Moms Do
    (17-Oct-2014)
    Both parents tend to view exercise as a selfish behavior that takes up family time, researcher says

  • Dads Face Guilt About Workouts, Just Like Moms Do
    (17-Oct-2014)
    Both parents tend to view exercise as a selfish behavior that takes up family time, researcher says

  • Stress Affects Women, Men With Heart Disease Differently, Study Shows
    (13-Oct-2014)
    Finding suggests doctors need to treat patients based on gender risks, researcher says

  • High Cholesterol Tied to Prostate Cancer's Return in Study
    (10-Oct-2014)
    But expert doesn't recommend taking statins to prevent recurrence

  • Bro Alert: Too Much Booze May Harm Your Sperm
    (03-Oct-2014)
    And the risk of sexually transmitted infection climbs with more drinking, research suggests

  • No Testosterone Therapy for Healthy Women, New Guidelines State
    (03-Oct-2014)
    Benefits unclear, harms unknown, researchers report

  • A Little Booze Does Get Men Smiling, Study Confirms
    (01-Oct-2014)
    The liquid social lubricant seems to foster 'contagious' grinning among guys

  • Obese in Adolescence, Colon Cancer in Later Life?
    (29-Sep-2014)
    Study doesn't prove cause-and-effect, but suggests the need for healthy habits in childhood

  • Obese Teen Boys May Make Less Once They Enter Workforce: Study
    (26-Sep-2014)
    Bullying may be to blame, but research doesn't prove cause-and-effect

  • Nearly 5 Percent of Young U.S. Women Have Chlamydia: CDC
    (25-Sep-2014)
    They should be screened yearly for the sexually transmitted disease, experts say

  • NIH Adds $10M to Encourage Gender Balance in Clinical Trials
    (23-Sep-2014)
    These strategic investments help incorporate sex into existing funded studies, U.S. health officials say

  • Vitamin E, Selenium Supplements Don't Seem to Prevent Cataracts
    (18-Sep-2014)
    Nutrients also have little effect on rates of cataract removal, study involving men over 50 finds

  • FDA Panel: Limit Testosterone Drug Use
    (18-Sep-2014)
    Joint committee also calls for drug makers to run heart-risk tests on popular 'Low T' products

  • FDA Panel: Limit Testosterone Drug Use
    (18-Sep-2014)
    Joint committee also calls for drug makers to run heart-risk tests on popular 'Low T' products

  • FDA to Probe Testosterone Therapy Claims, Safety
    (17-Sep-2014)
    Joint committee to consider whether 'Low T' products are overprescribed and whether treatment raises heart risks

  • DNA Blood Test Might Identify Status of Prostate Cancer
    (17-Sep-2014)
    May help doctors pinpoint best treatment, researchers say

  • FDA to Probe Testosterone Therapy Claims, Safety
    (17-Sep-2014)
    Joint committee to consider whether 'Low T' products are overprescribed and whether treatment raises heart risks

  • DNA Blood Test Might Identify Status of Prostate Cancer
    (17-Sep-2014)
    May help doctors pinpoint best treatment, researchers say

  • 1 in 5 U.S. Men Admits to Violence Against Spouse, Partner
    (16-Sep-2014)
    Acts include hitting, kicking, biting, choking, threatening with a weapon, survey finds

  • Male Pattern Baldness Tied to Prostate Cancer, Study Suggests
    (15-Sep-2014)
    Testosterone might be the link between the two, but more research needed to prove a connection

  • New Gene Variants for Prostate Cancer Identified
    (15-Sep-2014)
    23 new variants associated with increased risk of the disease, study shows

  • Male Pattern Baldness Tied to Prostate Cancer, Study Suggests
    (15-Sep-2014)
    Testosterone might be the link between the two, but more research needed to prove a connection

  • Blood Pressure Seems to Stay Lower Longer in Fitter Men
    (15-Sep-2014)
    Study suggests heart-healthy exercise may keep blood vessels more flexible

  • Male Pattern Baldness Tied to Prostate Cancer, Study Suggests
    (15-Sep-2014)
    Testosterone might be the link between the two, but more research needed to prove a connection

  • Puberty Suppression Benefits Gender-Questioning Teens: Study
    (10-Sep-2014)
    Those who do pursue sex reassignment 'will have an easier time of it,' expert says

  • Smoking Before Fatherhood May Raise Asthma Risk in Kids: Study
    (08-Sep-2014)
    But no similar association was found between mother and children

  • Watchful Waiting May Not Be Best for Black Men With Prostate Cancer
    (08-Sep-2014)
    They were more likely to develop aggressive disease sooner than white patients, study says

  • New Guidelines for Treating Advanced Prostate Cancer
    (08-Sep-2014)
    Recommendations are for men whose tumors have grown resistant to hormonal therapies

  • Exercise Might Curb His Nightly Trips to the Bathroom
    (05-Sep-2014)
    Physical activity linked to fewer symptoms of nocturia, study says

  • Faced With Prostate Cancer, It Helps to Know the Enemy
    (29-Aug-2014)
    Men with little knowledge of the disease have trouble deciding on treatment, study finds

  • Study: Men, Lesbians More Likely to Have Orgasms
    (21-Aug-2014)
    Number of factors may make it tougher for straight women to do the same, experts say

  • Early Research With Drug Restores Hair in Patients With Alopecia
    (18-Aug-2014)
    Immune disorder causes disfiguring hair loss, researchers say

  • Common Chemicals May Lower Testosterone Levels, Study Finds
    (14-Aug-2014)
    Phthalates, found in plastics and personal care products, may disrupt sexual development, experts say

  • Sperm's Anti-Germ 'Shield' Might Play Role in Fertility
    (13-Aug-2014)
    Boosting levels of key protein could make a difference for some men, researchers suggest

  • Is the PSA Test Worth It? Major Study Is Inconclusive
    (07-Aug-2014)
    While the prostate screen does seem to save lives, worries about overdiagnosis remain, experts say

  • Barbershops Join Fight Against High Blood Pressure in Black Men
    (01-Aug-2014)
    Novel partnership detects "silent killer" in more than one-third of those tested, study reports

  • Extreme Weather Kills 2,000 in U.S. Each Year: CDC
    (30-Jul-2014)
    Heat contributes to nearly one-third of those deaths, report finds

  • Wider Face May Give You an Edge in Negotiations
    (29-Jul-2014)
    But it's not an asset in matters requiring compromise, study finds

  • Wives' Higher Education May Not Affect Divorce Rate
    (27-Jul-2014)
    Couples with equal levels of academic achievement less likely to split than if husbands have more, study finds

  • Lymphoma Treatment May Harm, Halt Men's Sperm Production
    (25-Jul-2014)
    But most men regain their fertility within two years of final treatment, researchers add

  • Bacteria in Semen May Affect HIV Transmission, Levels: Study
    (24-Jul-2014)
    As natural bacterial 'diversity' lessened, HIV viral load increased in infected men, researchers say

  • Teenage Boys Want Intimacy, Not Just Sex, Survey Finds
    (24-Jul-2014)
    Small study revealed most younger males more interested in closeness, trust with a girl

  • Health Tip: Eating for Your Age
    (23-Jul-2014)
    Suggestions for men in their 60s

  • Many U.S. Male Soldiers Had Troubled Childhoods, Study Finds
    (23-Jul-2014)
    Men who served after draft was dropped were twice as likely to report past abuse, trauma as their civilian peers

  • No Change in Heart Attack Rates for Younger U.S. Adults
    (21-Jul-2014)
    And women tend to fare worse than men, study finds

  • Can Bike Riding Up Prostate Cancer Risk?
    (18-Jul-2014)
    Experts note study findings aren't definitive, and risk is minimal

  • Can Bike Riding Up Prostate Cancer Risk?
    (18-Jul-2014)
    Experts note study findings aren't definitive, and risk is minimal

  • Testicular Cancer Up Sharply Among Young Hispanics, Study Finds
    (14-Jul-2014)
    More research is needed to understand why, authors say

  • Men With Prostate Cancer May Not Always Get Best Advice
    (14-Jul-2014)
    Doctors suggest widely varying treatments; second opinion vital, experts say

  • Depression May Make It Harder to Beat Prostate Cancer
    (11-Jul-2014)
    Men with both conditions have worse survival odds, study contends

  • Shoulder Surgery Gets NFL Players Back in the Game
    (10-Jul-2014)
    About 90 percent return to play after stabilizing procedure, study finds

  • Study Links Vasectomy to Aggressive Prostate Cancer
    (10-Jul-2014)
    But the finding doesn't prove cause-and-effect; urologists call for more research

  • Study Links Vasectomy to Aggressive Prostate Cancer
    (10-Jul-2014)
    But the finding doesn't prove cause-and-effect; urologists call for more research

  • Men Develop Breast Cancer, Too
    (07-Jul-2014)
    But little research is done on male treatments, expert says

  • Latest Study Finds No Link Between Testosterone Supplements, Heart Attack
    (02-Jul-2014)
    Finding runs counter to some prior reports; much larger trials are needed, experts say

  • Latest Study Finds No Link Between Testosterone Supplements, Heart Attack
    (02-Jul-2014)
    Finding runs counter to some prior reports; much larger trials are needed, experts say

  • Sperm Donor Age May Not Affect Infertility Treatment Success: Study
    (30-Jun-2014)
    Sperm quality and woman's age are more important factors in fertility success, researchers say

  • Screen Older Men Who've Ever Smoked for Aneurysms: Experts
    (23-Jun-2014)
    Benefit outweighs cost of checking for weak spots in major blood vessel

  • Soccer Scores a Goal for Senior Fitness
    (20-Jun-2014)
    Ex-couch potatoes over 63 gained muscle strength, stronger bones, healthier hearts, study finds

  • Testosterone Products Must Warn About Risk of Venous Clots: FDA
    (20-Jun-2014)
    Announcement comes as agency continues broader review of the popular supplements' effects on heart

  • Cost of Prostate Cancer Surgery Varies Widely in U.S.
    (19-Jun-2014)
    Fees have no reflection on quality, researchers say

  • Stricter Laws Might Reduce Aggressive Driving in Young Males: Study
    (14-Jun-2014)
    Speeding-related deaths, injuries dropped after new laws and harsher penalties took effect, researchers say

  • Dads Who Do Housework May Spur Daughters to Aim High: Study
    (13-Jun-2014)
    Promoting gender equality at home may foster ambition in girls, researchers say

  • Headaches During Sex More Common Than Thought, Expert Says
    (13-Jun-2014)
    Problem affects more than 1 out of 100 people, mostly men

  • Gay 'Hook-Up' Apps Tied to Higher STD Infection Rates: Study
    (13-Jun-2014)
    Men who use smartphones to locate new sex partners may be prone to riskier encounters, researchers say

  • Marriage, But Not Cohabitation, Pays Health Dividends -- for Him
    (11-Jun-2014)
    Commitment to lifelong relationship appears to be key, study says

  • Many STDs May Go Undiagnosed, U.S. Report Finds
    (10-Jun-2014)
    Nearly 2 million Americans have chlamydia infection, but about 400,000 don't know it, government estimates

  • Cellphone Exposure May Harm Male Fertility
    (10-Jun-2014)
    Review found sperm were less viable in men who had been exposed to electromagnetic radiation of devices

  • Men Who Take Statins May Exercise Less
    (09-Jun-2014)
    Activity declined most among those just starting the drug, study finds

  • Pot Use Might Be Linked to Abnormal Sperm
    (05-Jun-2014)
    Drug could impair male fertility, study suggests

  • Hormone Levels in Womb Tied to Autism Risk in Boys: Study
    (03-Jun-2014)
    Experts caution that finding is preliminary, with no current implications for treatment or prevention

  • Men Feel More Pain After Major Surgeries, Study Finds
    (03-Jun-2014)
    But women had more discomfort following minor procedures, research shows

  • New Approach May Boost Survival From Advanced Prostate Cancer
    (02-Jun-2014)
    Adding generic docetaxel to standard hormonal treatment seems to have benefit, study shows

  • New Drug May Boost Survival for Advanced Prostate Cancer Patients: Study
    (02-Jun-2014)
    Enzalutamide also delays need for chemotherapy, researchers report

  • Do Stressed-Out Men Have Weaker Sperm?
    (30-May-2014)
    Study does seem to show a link, but impact on fertility isn't clear

  • Fast Weight Loss May Mean Muscle Loss
    (29-May-2014)
    Study volunteers eating 500 calories a day lost more muscle than those eating more than twice as much

  • Sperm Swim Against the Current, Study Finds
    (29-May-2014)
    Discovery may help scientists develop better artificial insemination techniques

  • Sagging Eyelids More Common in Men, Fair-Skinned and Overweight: Study
    (29-May-2014)
    A family history of condition also increases your risk

  • Dad's Brain Becomes More 'Maternal' When He's Primary Caregiver: Study
    (27-May-2014)
    Regions where emotions are processed get more active, researchers report

  • Losing Weight at Any Age May Help the Heart
    (21-May-2014)
    Dropping excess pounds -- even in middle-age or later -- linked to better heart health, study finds

  • Diet, Lifestyle Affect Prostate Cancer Risk, Studies Find
    (20-May-2014)
    Eating high-fiber carbs, drinking less milk, avoiding diabetes and heart risk factors may help cut risk

  • Two-Thirds of U.S. Adults May Carry HPV
    (20-May-2014)
    But study finds only 4 of 103 people whose DNA was tested had the cancer-causing strain of the virus

  • High Cholesterol May Delay Parenthood, Study Suggests
    (20-May-2014)
    Whether lowering cholesterol in prospective parents will aid conception isn't clear, researchers say

  • No Link Found Between Low Sperm Count, Birth Defects
    (19-May-2014)
    Study looked at men with fertility issues, babies they fathered with assisted reproductive technology

  • Dogs May Help Spot Human Prostate Cancers, Study Finds
    (19-May-2014)
    With training, 2 dogs smelled urine samples and detected tumors with nearly 100 percent accuracy

  • Experts Debate Value of Self-Exam for Testicular Cancer
    (19-May-2014)
    Researchers say study shows it saves money, but others note it doesn't appear to save lives

  • Sperm, Semen Defects May Be Linked to Shorter Life Spans
    (16-May-2014)
    Men with 2 or more defects have more than double the risk of dying early, study suggests

  • Some Prostate Cancer Patients Might Safely Delay Hormonal Therapy: Study
    (14-May-2014)
    Even if PSA levels are rising, postponing the treatment may boost quality of life without lowering survival

  • Some Prostate Cancer Patients Might Safely Delay Hormonal Therapy: Study
    (14-May-2014)
    Even if PSA levels are rising, postponing the treatment may boost quality of life without lowering survival

  • Timing Influences Risk of Complications From Circumcision: Study
    (12-May-2014)
    Infant boys fare well, researchers say, but older ones have up to 20-fold increase in complications

  • 40 Isn't Too Old To Start Intensive Exercise, Study Finds
    (09-May-2014)
    Similar heart benefits seen in those who began endurance workouts before 30 or after 40

  • Syphilis Cases Climbing Among Gay Men: CDC
    (09-May-2014)
    Rates have more than doubled since 2000, health officials report

  • Viagra, Cialis May Help Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy Patients
    (07-May-2014)
    Small study finds impotence drugs improved blood flow to muscles in boys with the progressive disease

  • Skin Cells of Infertile Men Turned Into Sperm 'Precursors' in Mouse Study
    (01-May-2014)
    But whether this approach would work in humans is still unknown

  • 'In Sickness and In Health' Isn't in the Cards for Many Women
    (01-May-2014)
    When wife is seriously ill, half of marriages end in divorce, study finds

  • Low Vitamin D Linked to Aggressive, Advanced Prostate Cancers: Study
    (01-May-2014)
    Adequate levels may help keep cell growth in check, but researchers say more study needed

  • Pregnancy Ultrasound a Big Bonding Moment for Dads-to-Be
    (30-Apr-2014)
    Fetal image helps men take in reality of pending birth, study suggests

  • Pregnancy Ultrasound a Big Bonding Moment for Dads-to-Be
    (30-Apr-2014)
    Fetal image helps men take in reality of pending birth, study suggests

  • Y Chromosome Loss Linked to Higher Cancer Risk in Men
    (28-Apr-2014)
    But researchers still don't know if testing seniors would be worthwhile

  • For Many Men, Impotence Is Treatable Without Drugs
    (23-Apr-2014)
    And there's a bonus: heart-healthy changes will boost overall well-being, too, experts say

  • For Many Men, Impotence Is Treatable Without Drugs
    (23-Apr-2014)
    And there's a bonus: heart-healthy changes will boost overall well-being, too, experts say

  • Guys: Don't Take Your Y Chromosome for Granted
    (23-Apr-2014)
    It may contain genes important to male survival, researchers say

  • Guys, Don't Bother Trying to Sound Sexy
    (21-Apr-2014)
    Study says this is something only women can accomplish

  • Quarter of Prostate Cancer Patients May Abandon 'Watchful Waiting' Approach
    (17-Apr-2014)
    European study tracked how many men came back for regular checkups over 13 years

  • Quarter of Prostate Cancer Patients May Abandon 'Watchful Waiting' Approach
    (17-Apr-2014)
    European study tracked how many men came back for regular checkups over 13 years

  • Young Dads at Risk of Depressive Symptoms, Study Finds
    (14-Apr-2014)
    But experts stress findings don't mean fatherhood at an early age dooms men to clinical depression

  • Young Dads at Risk of Depressive Symptoms, Study Finds
    (14-Apr-2014)
    But experts stress findings don't mean fatherhood at an early age dooms men to clinical depression

  • Pelvic Exercises May Help His Sex Life
    (14-Apr-2014)
    Premature ejaculation significantly improved after 12-week regimen, study finds

  • Girls Suffer Worse Concussions, Study Suggests
    (10-Apr-2014)
    Researchers found they had more severe symptoms, longer recovery times than boys

  • Men With Eating Disorders Often Ignore Symptoms
    (09-Apr-2014)
    British study finds that too many males associate anorexia, bulimia as only a woman's issue

  • Could Daughter's Cancer Risk Be Affected by Father's Age at Birth?
    (08-Apr-2014)
    Early study tied younger dads to higher odds of breast, ovarian tumors, and older dads to increased risk of uterine disease

  • DNA Test May Gauge Risk of Prostate Cancer's Return
    (07-Apr-2014)
    New method offers 80 percent accuracy, researchers say

  • Could Dads' Obesity Raise Autism Risk for Kids?
    (07-Apr-2014)
    Study finds slight increase linked to weight of fathers, not mothers

  • DNA Test May Gauge Risk of Prostate Cancer's Return
    (07-Apr-2014)
    New method offers 80 percent accuracy, researchers say

  • Poor Sleep Tied to Mental Decline in Older Men
    (04-Apr-2014)
    It isn't how long, but how well, people sleep that matters, study found

  • Melanoma Death Risk Higher for Men Living Alone?
    (04-Apr-2014)
    Dangerous skin cancer often detected at advanced stages in this group, Swedish researchers say

  • Caucasian Boys Most Prone to Color Blindness, Study Finds
    (04-Apr-2014)
    Important to test preschoolers for condition, because it hampers ability to do well on color-coded schoolwork

  • Cialis May Not Prevent Impotence in Men Treated for Prostate Cancer
    (01-Apr-2014)
    Study sees little value in taking the drug during radiation treatment

  • Cialis May Not Prevent Impotence in Men Treated for Prostate Cancer
    (01-Apr-2014)
    Study sees little value in taking the drug during radiation treatment

  • Cholesterol-Lowering Drugs May Boost a Man's Sex Life: Study
    (31-Mar-2014)
    But men shouldn't take statins for that effect alone, researcher says

  • Cholesterol-Lowering Drugs May Boost a Man's Sex Life: Study
    (31-Mar-2014)
    But men shouldn't take statins for that effect alone, researcher says

  • Cholesterol-Lowering Drugs May Boost a Man's Sex Life: Study
    (31-Mar-2014)
    But men shouldn't take statins for that effect alone, researcher says

  • Many Young Males Report Unwanted Sex
    (28-Mar-2014)
    Female acquaintance was the aggressor in majority of cases, U.S. study finds

  • Marriage Does Help the Heart, Study Finds
    (28-Mar-2014)
    Researchers compared cardiovascular disease rates in more than 3 million Americans

  • Marathon Training Might Boost Heart Health
    (27-Mar-2014)
    Middle-aged male runners get a lot of health mileage out of race prep, study finds

  • Exercise Affects Men's, Women's Hearts Differently: Study
    (27-Mar-2014)
    Finding might have implications for standard cardiac testing, experts say

  • New Therapy May Shrink Enlarged Prostate With Fewer Side Effects: Study
    (24-Mar-2014)
    'Embolization' limits prostate's blood supply, but experts say more research is needed

  • New Therapy May Shrink Enlarged Prostate With Fewer Side Effects: Study
    (24-Mar-2014)
    'Embolization' limits prostate's blood supply, but experts say more research is needed

  • Alzheimer's Strikes Women Harder Than Men: Report
    (19-Mar-2014)
    And those over 60 twice as likely to get the brain disease than breast cancer

  • Lower IQ, Worse Heart Fitness in Teens Linked to Risk of Early Dementia in Men
    (17-Mar-2014)
    Swedish researchers followed a million men for more than 40 years

  • Returning Military Dads Often Struggle to Reconnect With Kids
    (12-Mar-2014)
    The toddler they come home to can be much different from the baby they left behind

  • 'Low T' Diagnosis Needs More Than a Blood Test, Experts Say
    (10-Mar-2014)
    Physical exam for testosterone levels is also essential because of lab inconsistencies

  • 'Low T' Diagnosis Needs More Than a Blood Test, Experts Say
    (10-Mar-2014)
    Physical exam for testosterone levels is also essential because of lab inconsistencies

  • Surgery May Benefit Younger Prostate Cancer Patients
    (06-Mar-2014)
    Study adds fodder to the operate vs. 'watch and wait' debate

  • Are Kids Born to Older Dads at Risk for Mental Health Woes?
    (26-Feb-2014)
    Large Swedish study found higher rates of autism, ADHD and other disorders, but expert says the risk is small

  • Diabetes Boosts Stroke Risk for Women, But Not Men: Study
    (25-Feb-2014)
    Research finds big gender gap, which one doctor believes is tied to better treatment for men

  • Are Slimmer, More Attractive Men More Germ-Free?
    (21-Feb-2014)
    Polish study found more 'bad' bacteria in the noses, throats of heftier guys

  • Walking May Help Older Men Sidestep Hip Fractures
    (21-Feb-2014)
    Even when the pace was relaxed, long-term study found benefits

  • Vitamin E, Selenium Supplements Might Double Chances of Prostate Cancer
    (21-Feb-2014)
    Risk was highest when men had high or low levels of selenium already in their body

  • 'Fat Hormone' Tied to Higher Colon Cancer Risk in Obese Men
    (20-Feb-2014)
    More precancerous polyps seen in small study as body fat increased

  • Surge in Thyroid Cancer Cases May Be Due to Overdiagnoses: Study
    (20-Feb-2014)
    Many might be getting unnecessary treatment for slow-growing disease, some experts say

  • Instructional Video Improves Skin Cancer Diagnoses in Older Men: Study
    (19-Feb-2014)
    Whole-body exams more common among film viewers

  • More Specialists Question Safety of Testosterone Therapy for Older Men
    (17-Feb-2014)
    Endocrine Society echoes recent FDA concerns about the popular supplements

  • Sizing Up a Guy by the Width of His Face
    (14-Feb-2014)
    Broad facial structure appeals to women -- but only for short-term romances, study finds

  • Want to Rekindle Romance? Try Double Dating
    (14-Feb-2014)
    Interaction between couples might help partners value each other more, study suggests

  • Fatal Car Crashes Involving Pot Use Have Tripled in U.S., Study Finds
    (05-Feb-2014)
    Researchers note that increase included men and women, and all age groups

  • FDA Will Review Safety of Testosterone Therapy
    (03-Feb-2014)
    Agency pointed to recent studies citing possible heightened heart risk tied to the treatments

  • FDA Will Review Safety of Testosterone Therapy
    (03-Feb-2014)
    Agency pointed to recent studies citing possible heightened heart risk tied to the treatments

  • Testosterone Therapy Might Increase Heart Attack Risk: Study
    (29-Jan-2014)
    Researchers say risk doubles after treatment starts for men under 65 with heart problems and all men over 65

  • Testosterone Therapy Might Increase Heart Attack Risk: Study
    (29-Jan-2014)
    Researchers say risk doubles after treatment starts for men under 65 with heart problems and all men over 65

  • Baldness Cure May Have Inched a Bit Closer
    (28-Jan-2014)
    In mouse study, scientists say they've used stem cells to grow large numbers of active follicles

  • Baldness Cure May Have Inched a Bit Closer
    (28-Jan-2014)
    In mouse study, scientists say they've used stem cells to grow large numbers of active follicles

  • Drug May Extend Survival for Men With Advanced Prostate Cancer
    (28-Jan-2014)
    Study participants hadn't received any treatment with chemotherapy

  • Good Marriages Might Be Good for More Than a Man's Heart
    (27-Jan-2014)
    Study found men who got hitched had stronger bones, but only if they tied the knot in their mid-20s or later

  • Screen Older, Male Smokers for Type of Aneurysm, Experts Say
    (27-Jan-2014)
    Abdominal aortic aneurysms are bulges in a major artery that can burst without warning

  • It's Not Just Anniversaries: Men Are the More Forgetful Sex
    (26-Jan-2014)
    Survey of 48,000 people suggests women's memories tend to be sharper

  • Blood Vessel Treatment Might Reduce Symptoms of Enlarged Prostate
    (22-Jan-2014)
    Small study found good results in most patients, but a larger trial is needed, experts say

  • Blood Vessel Treatment Might Reduce Symptoms of Enlarged Prostate
    (22-Jan-2014)
    Small study found good results in most patients, but a larger trial is needed, experts say

  • Scientists Explore Effect of Exercise on Prostate Cancer Patients
    (20-Jan-2014)
    Brisk walkers found to have more regularly shaped blood vessels in early study

  • 'Sleep Hormone' Tied to Possible Lower Prostate Cancer Risk
    (20-Jan-2014)
    Preliminary study measured levels of melatonin in Icelandic men

  • Heavy Drinking in Middle Age May Speed Memory Loss for Men
    (15-Jan-2014)
    Study found those consuming at least 2.5 drinks daily showed mental decline earlier than lighter drinkers

  • Ban on Chemicals Lowers Human Exposures, Study Finds
    (15-Jan-2014)
    But exposure to similar phthalates that aren't banned has risen, researchers say

  • Women More Open to Weight-Loss Surgery
    (10-Jan-2014)
    Obese males wait longer to seek help, raising their odds for complications, study finds

  • 'Low T' Therapy: Is It for Me?
    (01-Jan-2014)
    Despite widespread ad campaigns, testosterone replacement isn't a panacea, but can help some men, experts say

  • Testosterone May Undermine Flu Shot's Effectiveness for Men
    (23-Dec-2013)
    High levels of the hormone cause fewer antibodies to be produced, researchers say

  • Testosterone May Undermine Flu Shot's Effectiveness for Men
    (23-Dec-2013)
    High levels of the hormone cause fewer antibodies to be produced, researchers say

  • 1 in 6 Fathers Doesn't Live With His Kids: CDC
    (20-Dec-2013)
    But researchers say living with children doesn't always mean dads are involved

  • Could Water Near Fracking Sites Disrupt Hormones?
    (17-Dec-2013)
    Study looked at samples from drilling areas in Colorado

  • Diabetes Drugs Affect Hearts of Men, Women Differently
    (16-Dec-2013)
    Metformin made men's heart metabolism worse, study found

  • Crimes Against Women Grossly Underestimated, Report Says
    (13-Dec-2013)
    Researchers look at gender-based violence in 24 countries

  • Treating Sleep Apnea Might Be a Win-Win for Golfers
    (13-Dec-2013)
    Lower handicap after treatment attributed to sharper focus

  • Low Vitamin B-12 Levels Tied to Bone Fractures in Older Men
    (13-Dec-2013)
    Study followed Swedish seniors for six years

  • Viagra for Menstrual Cramps?
    (09-Dec-2013)
    In preliminary study of 25 women, those getting the drug reported greater pain relief

  • FDA OKs Injections to Treat Curvature of Penis
    (06-Dec-2013)
    Previously, surgery was the only approved treatment for Peyronie's disease

  • New Drug Approved for Peyronie's Disease
    (06-Dec-2013)
    Xiaflex is first non-surgical treatment to get FDA approval

  • Mild Heart Disease May Pose Equal Risks for Men and Women
    (03-Dec-2013)
    Study calculated chances of heart attack and cardiac death

  • Black Men Raised by Single Parent Prone to High Blood Pressure: Study
    (02-Dec-2013)
    Poverty might help explain the finding, researchers say

  • Thousands of Dangerous Erection Cases Seen in ERs Each Year, Study Finds
    (29-Nov-2013)
    Researchers say men with sickle cell disease at greater risk for painful condition

  • Unprotected Sex On the Rise Among U.S. Gay Men, CDC Says
    (27-Nov-2013)
    Regular, frequent HIV testing can greatly cut down on risky behaviors, experts say

  • Too Much Testosterone May Be Unhealthy for Older Men
    (20-Nov-2013)
    Study found males with levels of the hormone in the mid-range had lowest death risk

  • Joblessness May Age You, Study Suggests
    (20-Nov-2013)
    Researchers saw more signs of stress in DNA of unemployed men

  • Too Much Testosterone May Be Unhealthy for Older Men
    (20-Nov-2013)
    Study found males with levels of the hormone in the mid-range had lowest death risk

  • Sudden Cardiac Arrest May Have Early Warning Signs
    (19-Nov-2013)
    Study of men highlights importance of seeking medical help for chest pain, shortness of breath

  • Those Rocked by Recession Most Likely to Hit the Bottle: Study
    (19-Nov-2013)
    Men and the middle-aged vulnerable, possibly because of bigger responsibilities at home

  • Men's Bigger Builds Need Bigger Noses
    (19-Nov-2013)
    Study found male noses were 10 percent larger, on average, to bring oxygen to greater muscle mass

  • Working Moms Spend More Time Parenting Than Dads: Study
    (15-Nov-2013)
    But fathers also 'highly involved' with their babies, researchers say

  • Most Men With Breast Cancer Undergo Mastectomy, Study Finds
    (15-Nov-2013)
    Surgery, radiation decisions differ between men and women, researchers say

  • Walking May Cut Stroke Risk in Older Men
    (14-Nov-2013)
    British study suggests the number of weekly hours walked, not how fast, is what matters

  • Overweight Men May Face Higher Death Risk From Prostate Cancer: Study
    (12-Nov-2013)
    Strongest link seen in patients with more aggressive disease

  • Study: Women at Higher Risk for Allergies, Asthma
    (08-Nov-2013)
    Reasons for gender difference are unclear

  • Bisexual Men Aren't at Greater HIV Risk: Review
    (06-Nov-2013)
    Analysis of 3,000 studies found they were 40 percent as likely as homosexual men to have AIDS virus

  • Diabetes Greatly Raises Younger Women's Heart Risk: Study
    (05-Nov-2013)
    For those under 60, diabetes quadruples the risk of heart disease, bringing it on par with men

  • Study Raises Questions About Testosterone Therapy
    (05-Nov-2013)
    But it doesn't prove heart harms from the popular supplements

  • History of Prostate Cancer Tied to Higher Odds for Melanoma
    (05-Nov-2013)
    Studies followed thousands of white male health professionals

  • Study Raises Questions About Testosterone Therapy
    (05-Nov-2013)
    But it doesn't prove heart harms from the popular supplements

  • Bodybuilding Boys Often Try Drugs and Alcohol, Study Finds
    (04-Nov-2013)
    Preoccupation with body image can lead to risky behaviors, researcher says

  • Too Much Sitting Tied to Higher Risk of Colon Polyps in Men
    (28-Oct-2013)
    'Active couch potatoes' who do get some exercise just as vulnerable, study suggests

  • Study of Male Birth Defect Lets Pesticides Off the Hook -- for Now
    (28-Oct-2013)
    Hypospadias occurs in about five of every 1,000 baby boys

  • Study Ties Y Chromosome Variations to Prostate Cancer Risk
    (25-Oct-2013)
    Researchers used Utah population data spanning generations

  • Prostate Biopsies May Cause Unnecessary Worry for Many Men, Study Finds
    (24-Oct-2013)
    Report supports notion of adopting 'wait and see' approach after PSA test, experts say

  • Men May Stroll a Little Slower Down Lovers' Lane
    (24-Oct-2013)
    Study found males decreased their speed when walking beside a romantic partner

  • Researchers Report Progress With Growing Hair
    (21-Oct-2013)
    But experts note the findings are preliminary, don't amount to cure for baldness yet

  • Urinary Tract Infection Often Puts Older Men in Hospital
    (18-Oct-2013)
    Pinpointing high-risk patients could improve treatment, save health care dollars, researchers say

  • Men With Deep Voices Attract More Women, Study Finds
    (17-Oct-2013)
    But these husky-toned males are often viewed as flings, not long-term mates

  • Did Recession Lead to Increase in Vasectomies?
    (15-Oct-2013)
    Wisconsin researchers found link between economy and procedure rates, but another expert says it's not proof

  • Many Doctors Ignore Guidelines, Order PSA Tests for Elderly Men
    (15-Oct-2013)
    Study found 40 percent of men aged 75 and older were screened, despite expert consensus against it

  • Did Recession Lead to Increase in Vasectomies?
    (15-Oct-2013)
    Wisconsin researchers found link between economy and procedure rates, but another expert says it's not proof

  • Exercise Might Boost Men's Sperm Counts, Study Finds
    (14-Oct-2013)
    Meanwhile, other research saw no fertility effects from caffeine, alcohol

  • Older Men Gain Little From PSA Test: Study
    (04-Oct-2013)
    Researchers followed Medicare recipients for 3 years

  • Older Men Gain Little From PSA Test: Study
    (04-Oct-2013)
    Researchers followed Medicare recipients for 3 years

  • Usual 'Hot Flash' Therapies Don't Help Prostate Cancer Patients: Study
    (03-Oct-2013)
    Methods that ease the problem in women found ineffective for men receiving hormone treatment

  • Usual 'Hot Flash' Therapies Don't Help Prostate Cancer Patients: Study
    (03-Oct-2013)
    Methods that ease the problem in women found ineffective for men receiving hormone treatment

  • Low Testosterone Linked to Possible Heart Problems in Men
    (24-Sep-2013)
    But study didn't explain how hormone levels might contribute to disease

  • Low Testosterone Linked to Possible Heart Problems in Men
    (24-Sep-2013)
    But study didn't explain how hormone levels might contribute to disease

  • Extended Hormone Therapy Doesn't Help Some Prostate Cancer Patients: Study
    (23-Sep-2013)
    Shorter-course treatment as effective for those with intermediate-risk disease, oncologist says

  • New Device Approved for Enlarged Prostate
    (16-Sep-2013)
    Helps relieve blocked urine flow

  • New Device Approved for Enlarged Prostate
    (16-Sep-2013)
    Helps relieve blocked urine flow

  • Testosterone Not the Whole Story in 'Male Menopause'
    (11-Sep-2013)
    Estrogen also involved, researchers say, and 'low-T' diagnosis isn't clear-cut

  • Testosterone Not the Whole Story in 'Male Menopause'
    (11-Sep-2013)
    Estrogen also involved, researchers say, and 'low-T' diagnosis isn't clear-cut

  • Testosterone Not the Whole Story in 'Male Menopause'
    (11-Sep-2013)
    Estrogen also involved, researchers say, and 'low-T' diagnosis isn't clear-cut

  • 1 in 4 Asia-Pacific Men Admits to Rape: Survey
    (10-Sep-2013)
    Entitlement, punishment among reasons cited

  • Smaller Testicles, Bigger Parenting Role, Study Suggests
    (09-Sep-2013)
    Researchers explore why some dads are more nurturing

  • Smaller Testicles, Bigger Parenting Role, Study Suggests
    (09-Sep-2013)
    Researchers explore why some dads are more nurturing

  • Stressful Events May Raise Risk of Falls in Older Men, Study Finds
    (06-Sep-2013)
    More evidence needed to see whether screening would be worthwhile, researcher says

  • Vigorous Exercise May Lessen Young Men's Risk of Epilepsy
    (04-Sep-2013)
    Those with high fitness level 79 percent less likely to be diagnosed with disorder later in life, study suggests

  • More Menopausal Women Hospitalized for Asthma, Study Finds
    (03-Sep-2013)
    Biggest discrepancy in rates between men and women seen during 40s and 50s

  • European Men Grew 4 Inches Taller Over Past 100 Years
    (03-Sep-2013)
    Better sanitation, lower infant mortality are key contributing causes, study authors say

  • Boys Have Higher Death Rates From Many Causes, Study Shows
    (02-Sep-2013)
    Finds their risk is greater than girls; experts say many factors may be involved

  • In Showdowns Between Sexes, Male Ego Bruises Easily
    (30-Aug-2013)
    When wives or girlfriends succeed, men's self-esteem sags, study contends

  • High Cholesterol May Be Particularly Bad for Middle-Aged Men
    (27-Aug-2013)
    They're far more prone to heart attacks than women, study found

  • Could Heavy Coffee Drinking Help Men Battle Prostate Cancer?
    (26-Aug-2013)
    Study linked lower rates of recurrence, progression to those who consumed 4 or more cups a day

  • High-Tech Prostate Scan May Boost Cancer Detection
    (16-Aug-2013)
    Combo of ultrasound and MRI zeroes in on tumors, helping some men avoid biopsy, experts say

  • 'Watch & Wait' OK for Many Low-Grade Prostate Tumors: Study
    (14-Aug-2013)
    Aggressiveness doesn't seem to change over time, researchers say

  • 18-Year Study Finds Drug Cut Prostate Cancer Risk
    (14-Aug-2013)
    Follow-up focused on finasteride, the active ingredient in Proscar and hair-loss drug Propecia

  • 18-Year Study Finds Drug Cut Prostate Cancer Risk
    (14-Aug-2013)
    Follow-up focused on finasteride, the active ingredient in Proscar and hair-loss drug Propecia

  • Men's Share of Housework May Depend on Career Choice
    (13-Aug-2013)
    Study found those in traditionally male jobs tend to help out less at home

  • Sports-Related Sudden Death More Likely to Occur in Men: Study
    (13-Aug-2013)
    Screening for heart problems might need to be tailored to gender, experts say

  • U.S. Troops' Suicide Risk Tied to Mental Illness, Not Combat: Study
    (06-Aug-2013)
    Psychiatric screening would help identify soldiers at greatest risk, experts say

  • New Dads' Interest in Sex Often Drops After Childbirth: Study
    (01-Aug-2013)
    They're also stressed and tired, survey finds

  • Overnight Separation From Mother Linked to Weaker Infant Bond
    (26-Jul-2013)
    With joint custody common, study findings matter, researcher says

  • Single Men Show Higher Risk of Cancer-Linked Oral HPV
    (23-Jul-2013)
    But overall risk is low, and virus usually clears within a year, study found

  • Don't Let Hair Care Lead to Hair Damage
    (20-Jul-2013)
    Dermatologist explains safe use of styling products, drying methods

  • Older Black Men Often Fall Short on Post-Cancer Care
    (19-Jul-2013)
    Hispanics are also less likely than whites to see specialists, get shots, study finds

  • Kidney Failure a Possible Risk of Prostate Cancer Hormone Treatment: Study
    (16-Jul-2013)
    Review looked at side effect from androgen deprivation therapy

  • Kidney Failure a Possible Risk of Prostate Cancer Hormone Treatment: Study
    (16-Jul-2013)
    Review looked at side effect from androgen deprivation therapy

  • 2 New Alzheimer's Drugs Show Promise in Early Studies
    (15-Jul-2013)
    Experts caution that expectations are low in field littered with drug failures

  • Many Men Plan to Ignore PSA Test Guideline: Survey
    (09-Jul-2013)
    Most say they'll still have the prostate cancer screen, despite expert panel's recommendation

  • Soy Won't Prevent Prostate Cancer's Return: Study
    (09-Jul-2013)
    But an expert says findings are inconclusive

  • Many Men Not Told Pros, Cons of PSA Testing, Survey Finds
    (08-Jul-2013)
    Doctors frequently make call on their own on whether to test for prostate cancer

  • Many Men Not Told Pros, Cons of PSA Testing, Survey Finds
    (08-Jul-2013)
    Doctors frequently make call on their own on whether to test for prostate cancer

  • Young Men Less Likely to Survive Melanoma Than Women: Study
    (26-Jun-2013)
    White males made up about 40 percent of deadly skin cancer patients, but more than 63 percent of deaths

  • New, Pricey Prostate Cancer Treatments May Be Overused: Study
    (25-Jun-2013)
    More men who have low-risk disease are choosing procedures that may not benefit them, researcher says

  • New, Pricey Prostate Cancer Treatments May Be Overused: Study
    (25-Jun-2013)
    More men who have low-risk disease are choosing procedures that may not benefit them, researcher says

  • Health Tip: Remind Men to Focus on Health
    (21-Jun-2013)
    Help them make it a priority

  • Some Infertile Men Show Higher Cancer Risk, Study Suggests
    (21-Jun-2013)
    Factors that contribute to lack of sperm may also raise odds for tumors, researchers say

  • Baldness Drug Propecia May Put Some Men Off Alcohol: Study
    (13-Jun-2013)
    Men with sexual side effects appear to drink less, even after they stop taking the drug

  • Dads Who Bond With Kids Help Keep Marriage Strong
    (13-Jun-2013)
    Sharing housework also key, study found, as is open communication with spouse

  • Only 5 Percent of Restroom Patrons Wash Hands Properly, Study Finds
    (11-Jun-2013)
    And 1 in 10 don't scrub up at all after flushing

  • Tweaking Dietary Fat Mix Might Boost Prostate Cancer Survival
    (10-Jun-2013)
    Men who subbed vegetable oils, avocados, nuts for animal fats fared better in study

  • Men Face Higher Risk of Infections Related to Health Care
    (05-Jun-2013)
    Extensive study found hospitalized men had 60 percent greater odds of bloodstream, surgical infections

  • More Men Taking Testosterone, But Risks Unclear
    (03-Jun-2013)
    Study finds upsurge in use among men worried about 'low T,' but research suggests the drug has hazards

  • Experimental Drugs Show Promise Against Prostate Cancer
    (31-May-2013)
    Tumor growth suppressed in lab tests; human trials still needed, study authors say

  • A Strong Marriage Can Shield Kids From Dad's Depression: Study
    (28-May-2013)
    Supportive spouse seems to improve a depressed father's relationship with his children

  • Victory Boosts Testosterone Levels, But Not Among Friends
    (28-May-2013)
    Male hormone rises only in competition with strangers or rivals, study found

  • Age, Other Illnesses May Make Prostate Cancer Treatment Unnecessary
    (21-May-2013)
    For older patients with hypertension, heart failure, different problems will likely cause death, study finds

  • Newer, Pricier Prostate Cancer Radiation No Better Than Old: Study
    (20-May-2013)
    Researchers looked at men who had the therapy after surgery

  • ADHD in Childhood May Raise Risk for Obesity in Adulthood
    (20-May-2013)
    Study found boys with the disorder were twice as likely to have a higher body-mass index when they were men

  • Newer, Pricier Prostate Cancer Radiation No Better Than Old: Study
    (20-May-2013)
    Researchers looked at men who had the therapy after surgery

  • Erectile Dysfunction Tied to Long-Term Narcotic Use in Men
    (15-May-2013)
    In study, more men on impotence meds were taking opioids for chronic back pain

  • Young Women Less Healthy Than Men Before Heart Attack: Study
    (15-May-2013)
    Females tend to have more physical and mental problems prior to the event, researchers find

  • Erectile Dysfunction Tied to Long-Term Narcotic Use in Men
    (15-May-2013)
    In study, more men on impotence meds were taking opioids for chronic back pain

  • FDA Approves New Drug to Fight Advanced Prostate Cancer
    (15-May-2013)
    Xofigo was fast-tracked for approval and is meant for tumors that have spread to the bones

  • Erectile Dysfunction Tied to Long-Term Narcotic Use in Men
    (15-May-2013)
    In study, more men on impotence meds were taking opioids for chronic back pain

  • Erectile Dysfunction Tied to Long-Term Narcotic Use in Men
    (15-May-2013)
    In study, more men on impotence meds were taking opioids for chronic back pain

  • Brain Anatomy in Dyslexics Varies By Gender, Study Finds
    (13-May-2013)
    Discovery suggests interventions for reading disability need to be tailored accordingly

  • Scientists Discover More Genetic Clues to Testicular Cancer
    (13-May-2013)
    Disease risk is strongly tied to family history

  • Study Claims Marijuana Tied to Lower Bladder Cancer Risk
    (10-May-2013)
    But experts question the study's design and are skeptical of the conclusion

  • Testosterone Supplements May Hurt Male Fertility, Study Finds
    (10-May-2013)
    Infertility clinics find that many men seeking help were taking 'T'

  • Estrogen Levels Tied to Risk for Sudden Cardiac Death in Study
    (10-May-2013)
    Tests reveal higher concentration of the sex hormone in women and men

  • Testosterone Supplements May Hurt Male Fertility, Study Finds
    (10-May-2013)
    Infertility clinics find that many men seeking help were taking 'T'

  • Many Seniors Suffer Mental Decline in Silence: CDC
    (09-May-2013)
    While 1 in 8 has memory problems and confusion, too few seek help

  • Treatment for Painful Curved Penis Shows Promise
    (08-May-2013)
    Xiaflex up for FDA approval later this year, but some experts think injections required would be a tough sell

  • Buying Testosterone Supplements Online Can Be Risky
    (07-May-2013)
    Most sellers extol benefits with little mention of potential health hazards, study finds

  • Buying Testosterone Supplements Online Can Be Risky
    (07-May-2013)
    Most sellers extol benefits with little mention of potential health hazards, study finds

  • Sleep Woes Tied to Prostate Cancer Risk in Study
    (07-May-2013)
    Men least likely to nod off were most likely to have severe disease, researchers found

  • Testicular Cancer on Rise in U.S., Especially Among Hispanic Men
    (07-May-2013)
    Study finds slow, steady increase, but experts say condition remains uncommon

  • Buying Testosterone Supplements Online Can Be Risky
    (07-May-2013)
    Most sellers extol benefits with little mention of potential health hazards, study finds

  • Buying Testosterone Supplements Online Can Be Risky
    (07-May-2013)
    Most sellers extol benefits with little mention of potential health hazards, study finds

  • Most Men With Erectile Dysfunction Don't Seem to Get Treatment
    (06-May-2013)
    In study of 6 million ED patients, 75 percent either didn't receive or fill prescriptions

  • Most Men With Erectile Dysfunction Don't Seem to Get Treatment
    (06-May-2013)
    In study of 6 million ED patients, 75 percent either didn't receive or fill prescriptions

  • Most Men With Erectile Dysfunction Don't Seem to Get Treatment
    (06-May-2013)
    In study of 6 million ED patients, 75 percent either didn't receive or fill prescriptions

  • Most Men With Erectile Dysfunction Don't Seem to Get Treatment
    (06-May-2013)
    In study of 6 million ED patients, 75 percent either didn't receive or fill prescriptions

  • Urologists' Group Issues Updated Guidelines on PSA Test
    (03-May-2013)
    Most younger men and those over 70 don't need prostate cancer screening; middle-aged men should talk with their doctor

  • Men Who Are Obese While Young Can Pay a Price Later
    (30-Apr-2013)
    Danish study found overweight males in their 20s had worse health in middle age

  • Your Voice Carries Sexual Cues, Study Finds
    (29-Apr-2013)
    Women prefer deep voices, men attracted to high-pitched, breathy tones

  • New Guidelines Suggest HIV Screening for All Adults
    (29-Apr-2013)
    U.S. Preventive Services Task Force says effectiveness of newer treatments, especially if given early, prompted change

  • Obesity Linked to Prostate Cancer, Study Finds
    (23-Apr-2013)
    Men who had a biopsy that didn't find cancer were at raised risk for disease later if they were obese

  • Non-Melanoma Skin Cancers Tied to Risk for Other Cancers
    (23-Apr-2013)
    Findings come from two large, long-term studies of U.S. health professionals

  • Sons of Absent or Abusive Fathers May Pick More Bar Fights: Survey
    (19-Apr-2013)
    Study looked at aggression tied to drinking in young Australian men

  • Sons of Absent or Abusive Fathers May Pick More Bar Fights: Survey
    (19-Apr-2013)
    Study looked at aggression tied to drinking in young Australian men

  • 'Do-It-Yourself' Projects May Boost White-Collar Males' Self-Image
    (16-Apr-2013)
    They indulge their 'inner craftsman' while working with their hands, researchers say

  • New Procedure May Shrink Enlarged Prostate Without Surgery
    (15-Apr-2013)
    'Prostatic artery embolization' didn't cause troublesome side effects in study

  • New Procedure May Shrink Enlarged Prostate Without Surgery
    (15-Apr-2013)
    'Prostatic artery embolization' didn't cause troublesome side effects in study

  • Study Questions Value of PSA Test for Older Men
    (15-Apr-2013)
    Only a third who received abnormal result went on to receive prostate biopsy, experts note

  • New Procedure May Shrink Enlarged Prostate Without Surgery
    (15-Apr-2013)
    'Prostatic artery embolization' didn't cause troublesome side effects in study

  • New Procedure May Shrink Enlarged Prostate Without Surgery
    (15-Apr-2013)
    'Prostatic artery embolization' didn't cause troublesome side effects in study

  • Can Penis Size Sway Women's Choice of Mate?
    (08-Apr-2013)
    Shown images of naked mannequins, females tended to favor better-endowed candidates, study found

  • Most Men Don't Need PSA Tests, Doctors' Group Says
    (08-Apr-2013)
    American College of Physicians notes limited benefit of prostate cancer screening

  • Most Men Don't Need PSA Tests, Doctors' Group Says
    (08-Apr-2013)
    American College of Physicians notes limited benefit of prostate cancer screening

  • Balding Men Could Face Higher Heart Risks, Study Finds
    (04-Apr-2013)
    But not those with a receding hairline, say Japanese investigators who analyzed previous research

  • Low Testosterone Linked to Later Arthritis in Study
    (04-Apr-2013)
    Hormonal changes could influence disease severity, researchers say

  • Low Testosterone Linked to Later Arthritis in Study
    (04-Apr-2013)
    Hormonal changes could influence disease severity, researchers say

  • Black Men Often Face Delays in Prostate Cancer Care: Study
    (03-Apr-2013)
    Finding is more evidence of gap in quality of care for the disease, researcher says

  • Intermittent Hormone Treatment for Prostate Cancer Not the Best
    (03-Apr-2013)
    Long-term study finds that it does not extend life expectancy

  • 'Bigorexics' Want to Boost Their Masculinity
    (28-Mar-2013)
    But anorexic guys may identify with more feminine stereotypes, study suggests

  • Is Early Baldness in Blacks a Clue to Prostate Cancer?
    (26-Mar-2013)
    Hair loss by age 30 may raise risk, study suggests

  • Men Biologically Programmed to Steer Clear of Friends' Wives
    (26-Mar-2013)
    Study finds testosterone levels drop, reducing adultery urge

  • Is Early Baldness in Blacks a Clue to Prostate Cancer?
    (26-Mar-2013)
    Hair loss by age 30 may raise risk, study suggests

  • Men Biologically Programmed to Steer Clear of Friends' Wives
    (26-Mar-2013)
    Study finds testosterone levels drop, reducing adultery urge

  • Is Early Baldness in Blacks a Clue to Prostate Cancer?
    (26-Mar-2013)
    Hair loss by age 30 may raise risk, study suggests

  • Having Older Grandfather May Raise Child's Autism Risk: Study
    (20-Mar-2013)
    Men who became dads at age 50 or older had higher odds for a grandchild with the disorder

  • Craze for Hairless Genitals Accompanies Rise in Infections
    (18-Mar-2013)
    Shaving, clipping and waxing may raise risk of skin virus, study finds

  • Sports Help Dads, Daughters Bond, Study Says
    (13-Mar-2013)
    Many shared activities can help cement relationship, researchers find

  • Viagra, Aliskiren Not Helpful for Heart Failure After All: Studies
    (11-Mar-2013)
    Results surprise, disappoint scientists

  • Cancer Rates Vary Widely by State, Race: CDC Report
    (21-Feb-2013)
    Latest data from 2009 cites 1.5 million new cases diagnosed; prostate and breast tumors most common

  • Proscar Won't Boost Prostate Cancer Survival, Study Finds
    (15-Feb-2013)
    Drug does appear to reduce diagnosis of the disease, researchers say

  • 'Hovering' Moms May Take Fun Out of Play
    (13-Feb-2013)
    Preschoolers in study played most cheerfully when mothers were warm but non-interfering

  • Could Duration of Prostate Cancer Hormone Therapy Be Halved?
    (13-Feb-2013)
    Preliminary research suggests it might be safe to shorten the current 3-year treatment

  • Could Duration of Prostate Cancer Hormone Therapy Be Halved?
    (13-Feb-2013)
    Preliminary research suggests it might be safe to shorten the current 3-year treatment

  • If Wife Earns More, Husband's Sexual Performance May Suffer: Study
    (11-Feb-2013)
    Men in this situation were slightly more likely to be prescribed impotence drugs, researchers found

  • If Wife Earns More, Husband's Sexual Performance May Suffer: Study
    (11-Feb-2013)
    Men in this situation were slightly more likely to be prescribed impotence drugs, researchers found

  • Who Says the Sexes Are Planets Apart?
    (08-Feb-2013)
    New study states forget the Mars-Venus divide; the thinking of men and women tend to overlap

  • Too Much TV Tied to Lower Sperm Count in Young Men
    (05-Feb-2013)
    But exercising may boost sperm count, study also suggests

  • Calcium Supplements May Raise Men's Death Risk From Heart Disease
    (04-Feb-2013)
    Study did not find similar threat to women, however

  • Gay Black Men Often Face Added Family Hurdles When Coming Out
    (01-Feb-2013)
    Small study suggests they deal with a combination of biases

  • Impotence Drug Cialis Might Have Other Sexual Benefits: Study
    (30-Jan-2013)
    Industry-funded research suggests it could help men who've had troubling achieving orgasm

  • For Married Men, Does More Housework Mean Less Sex?
    (30-Jan-2013)
    Study suggests it's not a sure path from kitchen to bedroom

  • Impotence Drug Cialis Might Have Other Sexual Benefits: Study
    (30-Jan-2013)
    Industry-funded research suggests it could help men who've had troubling achieving orgasm

  • Side Effects of Prostate Cancer Treatments Similar in Long Run: Study
    (30-Jan-2013)
    Researchers comparing surgery, radiation therapy did find short-term differences in men's sexual, urinary, bowel problems

  • Side Effects of Prostate Cancer Treatments Similar in Long Run: Study
    (30-Jan-2013)
    Researchers comparing surgery, radiation therapy did find short-term differences in men's sexual, urinary, bowel problems

  • Erectile Dysfunction May Signal Hidden Heart Disease
    (29-Jan-2013)
    Large study found even mild impotence was tied to greater odds of future hospitalization, death

  • Erectile Dysfunction May Signal Hidden Heart Disease
    (29-Jan-2013)
    Large study found even mild impotence was tied to greater odds of future hospitalization, death

  • Erectile Dysfunction May Signal Hidden Heart Disease
    (29-Jan-2013)
    Large study found even mild impotence was tied to greater odds of future hospitalization, death

  • Fried Foods May Boost Prostate Cancer Risk, Study Says
    (28-Jan-2013)
    But the research doesn't prove a link between the disease and French fries, donuts and the like

  • In Speed-Dating Study, Testosterone Rises in Both Sexes as Love Ignites
    (24-Jan-2013)
    But attraction must be mutual to boost hormone

  • Your Genetic Secrets May Not Be as Safe as You Think
    (17-Jan-2013)
    Scientists able to identify men who had donated DNA to science by using their Y chromosome, the Internet

  • Bathroom Reminders May Prod Guys to Wash Their Hands
    (13-Jan-2013)
    In study, rate of college men who did so jumped to 86 percent after signs appeared

  • Mental Health of Dads-to-Be May Influence Toddler's Behavior
    (07-Jan-2013)
    During pregnancy appointments, ask about father's state of mind, experts say

  • Mental Health of Dads-to-Be May Influence Toddler's Behavior
    (07-Jan-2013)
    During pregnancy appointments, ask about father's state of mind, experts say

  • Some HPV-Linked Cancers Rising in U.S.: Report
    (07-Jan-2013)
    Changing sexual practices a likely reason; vaccination urged

  • Keeping Sexuality Secret Takes Mental Toll on Bisexual Men
    (04-Jan-2013)
    Those who concealed their same-sex relationships had higher rates of depression and anxiety, study found

  • Some Complain of Shorter Penis After Prostate Cancer Treatment: Study
    (03-Jan-2013)
    Researchers say doctors should discuss this rare side effect before treatment choices are made

  • Some Complain of Shorter Penis After Prostate Cancer Treatment: Study
    (03-Jan-2013)
    Researchers say doctors should discuss this rare side effect before treatment choices are made

  • Some Complain of Shorter Penis After Prostate Cancer Treatment: Study
    (03-Jan-2013)
    Researchers say doctors should discuss this rare side effect before treatment choices are made

  • Males Struck by Cars Die More Often Than Females: Study
    (27-Dec-2012)
    Researchers wonder if risky behaviors influence death rates

  • With Testicular Cancer, CT Scan Benefit May Beat Risks
    (18-Dec-2012)
    Study should reassure patients, doctors, expert says

  • Regular Exercise May Add Years to Life, Study Finds
    (11-Dec-2012)
    Biggest boost was seen in black women; effect didn't hold for Hispanics, for reasons unclear

  • Women Far More Likely to Live to 100 Than Men: U.S. Census
    (11-Dec-2012)
    More than 80 percent of all centenarians were white, lived in urban areas

  • Targeted Prostate Cancer Biopsies Might Improve Care: Study
    (10-Dec-2012)
    Combining MRI, ultrasound allows doctors to better spot hidden, often aggressive, tumors

  • FDA OKs Expanded Use of Prostate Cancer Drug
    (10-Dec-2012)
    Zytiga shows benefits for treating late-stage disease, agency says

  • How Long Should Men's Urinary Infections Be Treated?
    (05-Dec-2012)
    Extended course of antibiotics doesn't reduce repeat infections, study finds

  • Sperm Counts Dropping for French Men: Study
    (05-Dec-2012)
    Semen concentrations fell by a third between 1989 and 2005, researchers say

  • Severe Gum Disease May Be Linked to Impotence
    (04-Dec-2012)
    Small study found men with periodontitis were about 3 times as likely to experience erectile problems

  • Severe Gum Disease May Be Linked to Impotence
    (04-Dec-2012)
    Small study found men with periodontitis were about 3 times as likely to experience erectile problems

  • New HIV Infections Highest Among Urban Gay, Bisexual Men: CDC
    (29-Nov-2012)
    Prevention efforts vital in high-risk areas, researchers say

  • Deep Belly Fat Could Weaken Men's Bones, Study Suggests
    (28-Nov-2012)
    Level of 'visceral fat' seemed to have an effect regardless of man's overall weight

  • Parents' Fear of Dentist May Get Passed On to Kids
    (26-Nov-2012)
    Fathers seem to play the greatest role in how their children feel about dental visits, study finds

  • Alzheimer's May Progress Differently in Women, Men
    (26-Nov-2012)
    Study found variations in brain matter loss, early mental decline

  • Weak Muscles in Teen Years Linked to Early Death in Men
    (21-Nov-2012)
    Low strength levels in youth may raise risk as much as high blood pressure or being overweight, study suggests

  • Testosterone Gel Fails to Boost Viagra's Effects
    (19-Nov-2012)
    Study found no added benefit to men being treated for erectile dysfunction

  • Testosterone Gel Fails to Boost Viagra's Effects
    (19-Nov-2012)
    Study found no added benefit to men being treated for erectile dysfunction

  • Testosterone Gel Fails to Boost Viagra's Effects
    (19-Nov-2012)
    Study found no added benefit to men being treated for erectile dysfunction

  • Testosterone Gel Fails to Boost Viagra's Effects
    (19-Nov-2012)
    Study found no added benefit to men being treated for erectile dysfunction

  • Sperms' Length Linked to Men's Fertility
    (15-Nov-2012)
    Finding might aid in the diagnosis and treatment of male infertility, researchers say

  • Study Reveals Gender Gap in Spotting Depression
    (14-Nov-2012)
    People, especially males, more likely to identify poor mental health in women than in men

  • Bright Light at Night Could Up Depression Risk, Mouse Study Suggests
    (14-Nov-2012)
    Researchers say lowering lights in evening may help

  • Gene Ups Pancreatitis Risk in Men Who Drink Heavily
    (13-Nov-2012)
    But study found men with healthy pancreas were not affected

  • Genital Injuries Common But Preventable, Researchers Say
    (12-Nov-2012)
    Men more often hurt, with younger males tending to get injured on bikes, older males slipping in the tub

  • Alcoholism Linked to Poor Sense of Empathy, Irony in Men
    (08-Nov-2012)
    Study suggests difficulty with complex forms of verbal communication may be tied to alcohol abuse

  • Women, Young Adults Misinterpret Chest Pain: Study
    (06-Nov-2012)
    Females also less likely to be told they might have heart disease

  • Multivitamins Won't Help Men Ward Off Heart Disease: Study
    (05-Nov-2012)
    Major trial with more than 11 years of follow-up shows no benefit for heart attack, stroke

  • Stem Cell Therapy Reversed Chemo-Linked Infertility in Male Monkeys
    (02-Nov-2012)
    Preliminary research looked at infertility caused by some cancer therapies

  • Men May Benefit From Osteoporosis Drug, Too: Study
    (31-Oct-2012)
    At-risk older males who took Reclast saw 67 percent drop in fractures

  • Viagra Can Help Prostate Cancer Patients Maintain Sex Lives: Study
    (29-Oct-2012)
    Use of the drug before and after radiation treatments may help men avoid erectile dysfunction

  • Viagra Can Help Prostate Cancer Patients Maintain Sex Lives: Study
    (29-Oct-2012)
    Use of the drug before and after radiation treatments may help men avoid erectile dysfunction

  • Viagra Can Help Prostate Cancer Patients Maintain Sex Lives: Study
    (29-Oct-2012)
    Use of the drug before and after radiation treatments may help men avoid erectile dysfunction

  • Is 'Sex Addiction' Real? Some Experts Say So
    (26-Oct-2012)
    Proposed criteria focus on behaviors so uncontrolled they are causing real harm

  • Obese Boys, Impotent Men?
    (25-Oct-2012)
    Small study found lower testosterone levels in heavy young males, but more research needed

  • Obese Boys, Impotent Men?
    (25-Oct-2012)
    Small study found lower testosterone levels in heavy young males, but more research needed

  • Boys Hit Puberty Sooner Now, Study Finds
    (22-Oct-2012)
    Findings mirror research on girls, but study doesn't pinpoint why

  • Lance Armstrong Stripped of Tour de France Titles
    (22-Oct-2012)
    Doping scandal has already caused cyclist to step down as head of cancer charity

  • Post-Op Radiation May Boost Results for Prostate Cancer Patients: Study
    (19-Oct-2012)
    Approach might work best for younger men and patients whose tumors show signs of spread

  • Dad's Advice Could Be Key to Teens' Sexual Activity
    (18-Oct-2012)
    More communication may translate to less sex, review suggests

  • Antioxidants in Tea, Fruit, Veggies Might Fight Prostate Cancer: Study
    (17-Oct-2012)
    Preliminary research found men who consumed more flavonoids had milder form of the disease

  • Lance Armstrong Resigns as Chairman of Cancer Foundation
    (17-Oct-2012)
    Move comes after more allegations surfaced in bike-doping scandal

  • More Testosterone, Less Deceit?
    (16-Oct-2012)
    Men with higher levels of the hormone cheated less in a game of chance, study found

  • Rising Eye Injury Rates Seen With Robotic Prostate Surgery
    (16-Oct-2012)
    Patient position during procedure or other unknown cause may lead to scratches on cornea

  • Another Meningitis Scare Emerges, Targeting NYC's Gay Men
    (11-Oct-2012)
    Cases of deadly bacterial infection are rising sharply among HIV-infected males, health officials report

  • One-Third of Men With Anal Cancer Have HIV, Study Finds
    (05-Oct-2012)
    Gay males among those at higher risk of the rare cancer, U.S. government researchers say

  • Genes May Influence Impotence After Prostate Radiation
    (27-Sep-2012)
    Preliminary research suggests genetic analysis might help men assess their risk

  • Genes May Influence Impotence After Prostate Radiation
    (27-Sep-2012)
    Preliminary research suggests genetic analysis might help men assess their risk

  • Flu Season's Approaching So Roll Up Your Sleeve
    (27-Sep-2012)
    U.S. health officials say this year's vaccine protects against two new strains

  • Can Parents' Divorce Boost Son's Risk for Stroke?
    (26-Sep-2012)
    Researchers suspect stress hormone may play a role

  • Some Women's Brains Contain Male DNA: Study
    (26-Sep-2012)
    Health implications are unclear, researchers say

  • Eunuchs Lived Longer Than Other Men: Study
    (24-Sep-2012)
    Genealogy records from Korean dynasty show about 15 years of extended life span

  • Study Links Another Gene Variant to Male Breast Cancer
    (24-Sep-2012)
    Finding offers insight into causes of disease that kills several hundred men in US each year

  • Eunuchs Lived Longer Than Other Men: Study
    (24-Sep-2012)
    Genealogy records from Korean dynasty show about 15 years of extended life span

  • Treating Sperm With Missing Protein Might Help Male Fertility
    (21-Sep-2012)
    But research is in early stages with results so far confined to lab

  • At-Home Moms Cook, Shop, Play More With Kids: Study
    (16-Sep-2012)
    But working mothers can still take steps to make sure kids eat right, keep active, expert advises

  • Men More Prone to Depression After Stroke: Study
    (13-Sep-2012)
    Males' need for 'control' over health may trigger more of a setback when illness strikes, researchers say

  • Drug Used to Prevent Prostate Cancer Won't Lower Quality of Life
    (12-Sep-2012)
    Proscar is indicated for enlarged prostate; study found it had little long-term detrimental effect

  • Pan-Fried Red Meat May Raise Prostate Cancer Risk: Study
    (07-Sep-2012)
    Cooking at high temperatures triggers formation of cancer-causing chemicals, researchers say

  • Cholesterol Screenings Up, But Certain Groups Still Lag: CDC
    (06-Sep-2012)
    Younger, less-educated adults and Hispanics not as likely to get blood levels tested

  • Nonalcoholic Red Wine Might Help Lower Blood Pressure
    (06-Sep-2012)
    Regular red wine, gin had no health benefit in small study of men at risk for heart disease

  • Taking Breaks From Prostate Cancer Hormone Therapy Seems Safe: Study
    (05-Sep-2012)
    Trial found no difference in overall survival

  • Men, Women Do See Things Differently: Study
    (05-Sep-2012)
    Males seem better with fine detail, rapidly moving images; females seem better differentiating colors

  • Men, Women Do See Things Differently: Study
    (05-Sep-2012)
    Males seem better with fine detail, rapidly moving images; females seem better differentiating colors

  • Taking Breaks From Prostate Cancer Hormone Therapy Seems Safe: Study
    (05-Sep-2012)
    Trial found no difference in overall survival

  • Women's Brains React Differently Than Men's to Alcoholism, Study Finds
    (31-Aug-2012)
    Brain's white matter recovers more slowly in men, scans show

  • FDA OKs Drug for Advanced Prostate Cancer
    (31-Aug-2012)
    Xtandi extended overall survival by about 5 months compared to placebo

  • FDA OKs Drug for Advanced Prostate Cancer
    (31-Aug-2012)
    Xtandi extended overall survival by about 5 months compared to placebo

  • Race May Affect Quality of Prostate Cancer Surgical Care
    (28-Aug-2012)
    Analysis finds black patients less likely to be treated at hospitals with high-volume surgeons

  • Vitamins, Minerals May Help Older Men's Sperm Stay Healthy
    (28-Aug-2012)
    More intake of zinc, folate, vitamins C & E linked to less sperm DNA damage in advancing age

  • Breast Cancer Drug Might Help Men on Prostate Cancer Therapy
    (28-Aug-2012)
    Study found tamoxifen cut some side effects that could discourage men from seeking treatment

  • Breast Cancer Drug Might Help Men on Prostate Cancer Therapy
    (28-Aug-2012)
    Study found tamoxifen cut some side effects that could discourage men from seeking treatment

  • Older Dads May Raise Risk for Autism, Schizophrenia in Kids
    (22-Aug-2012)
    New mutations in male DNA increase with age, study finds

  • Men Have a Greater Lifetime Risk for Kidney Failure: Study
    (20-Aug-2012)
    About 1 in 93 men and 1 in 133 women will develop kidney failure if they live to 80, researchers find

  • Tying the Knot Ups Women's Drinking Rate, Lowers Mens'
    (20-Aug-2012)
    Study also found that men were more likely to hit the bottle after divorce

  • Carbon Monoxide Poisoning: An Underestimated Threat
    (16-Aug-2012)
    Study finds 450 Americans die, more than 2,000 are hospitalized each year

  • Male Birth Control Drug Shows Promise in Mice
    (16-Aug-2012)
    Nonhormonal method avoids side effects, researchers say

  • PSA Test's Overall Benefit Still Unclear: Study
    (15-Aug-2012)
    When harms of overdiagnosis are considered, cancer screen's value drops

  • PSA Test's Overall Benefit Still Unclear: Study
    (15-Aug-2012)
    When harms of overdiagnosis are considered, cancer screen's value drops

  • PSA Test's Overall Benefit Still Unclear: Study
    (15-Aug-2012)
    When harms of overdiagnosis are considered, cancer screen's value drops

  • Screening Debate Typifies Prostate Cancer Uncertainties
    (10-Aug-2012)
    Experts differ, leaving men with no easy answers

  • Advice From a Cancer Veteran: Do What's Best for You
    (10-Aug-2012)
    N.Y. man who opted for radiation says surgery or watchful waiting may be right for others

  • Screening Debate Typifies Prostate Cancer Uncertainties
    (10-Aug-2012)
    Experts differ, leaving men with no easy answers

  • Advice From a Cancer Veteran: Do What's Best for You
    (10-Aug-2012)
    N.Y. man who opted for radiation says surgery or watchful waiting may be right for others

  • Screening Debate Typifies Prostate Cancer Uncertainties
    (10-Aug-2012)
    Experts differ, leaving men with no easy answers

  • Advice From a Cancer Veteran: Do What's Best for You
    (10-Aug-2012)
    N.Y. man who opted for radiation says surgery or watchful waiting may be right for others

  • When Partner Has Breast Cancer, Men Find Their Own Ways to Cope
    (09-Aug-2012)
    Support groups don't meet their emotional needs, study finds

  • Male Diners Tip Better When Waitress Wears Red: Study
    (09-Aug-2012)
    Men gave up to 26% more to waitresses in red, but color didn't effect female customers, researchers say

  • Calcium, Vitamin D Supplements May Pose Risks for Men With Prostate Cancer
    (09-Aug-2012)
    They're used to fight treatment-related bone loss, but supplements may harm, not help, study finds

  • Why Women Outlive Men: Fruit Flies Give Clues
    (02-Aug-2012)
    Genetic mutations affect aging patterns of males, but not females, research shows

  • Wider Waistlines Put Damper on Men's Sex Lives: Study
    (01-Aug-2012)
    As obesity rises, males encounter sexual dysfunction more often, research shows

  • Abandoning PSA Screening Could Cost Lives: Study
    (30-Jul-2012)
    Testing could save 17,000 men from advanced prostate cancer, researcher says

  • Abandoning PSA Screening Could Cost Lives: Study
    (30-Jul-2012)
    Testing could save 17,000 men from advanced prostate cancer, researcher says

  • Most Prostate Cancer Patients Don't Die From the Disease: Study
    (27-Jul-2012)
    Preventing other chronic illnesses will prolong life even among men with prostate cancer, researchers say

  • Most Prostate Cancer Patients Don't Die From the Disease: Study
    (27-Jul-2012)
    Preventing other chronic illnesses will prolong life even among men with prostate cancer, researchers say

  • Dad's Early Engagement With Son May Shape Behavior Later
    (19-Jul-2012)
    Study found connection at age 3 months made difference by a baby's first birthday

  • Scientists Map Genomes of One Man's Sperm
    (19-Jul-2012)
    The pioneering work reveals clues to fertility, how DNA is mixed and passed on

  • Surgery Not Best Option for Early Stage Prostate Cancers: Study
    (18-Jul-2012)
    Researchers found regular monitoring may be just as effective for those with localized disease

  • Surgery Not Best Option for Early Stage Prostate Cancers: Study
    (18-Jul-2012)
    Researchers found regular monitoring may be just as effective for those with localized disease

  • Expert Panel Suggests PSA Test May Benefit Some Men
    (16-Jul-2012)
    Those with life expectancy of 10 years or more should discuss prostate cancer screen with doctor

  • Expert Panel Suggests PSA Test May Benefit Some Men
    (16-Jul-2012)
    Those with life expectancy of 10 years or more should discuss prostate cancer screen with doctor

  • Expert Panel Suggests PSA Test May Benefit Some Men
    (16-Jul-2012)
    Those with life expectancy of 10 years or more should discuss prostate cancer screen with doctor

  • Single-Embryo IVF Cuts Risk to Baby: Study
    (04-Jul-2012)
    Risk of 'perinatal mortality' was 53 percent higher for two-embryo transfer

  • 5 Million 'Test Tube' Babies Born to Date
    (02-Jul-2012)
    Globally, assisted reproductive techniques result in 350,000 babies a year, research shows

  • Gel Shows Promise as Future Male Contraceptive
    (02-Jul-2012)
    Early study found much lower sperm counts in men who applied hormone combo to skin

  • Study of Retired NFL Players Finds Evidence of Brain Damage
    (29-Jun-2012)
    In tests, they had higher rates of depression, memory deficits and 'white matter' damage

  • Under Right Conditions, Fertility Treatment Can Equal Natural Conception Rates: Study
    (27-Jun-2012)
    Older women would do well to consider using donor eggs from a younger woman

  • Weight Loss May Increase Testosterone Levels
    (27-Jun-2012)
    Overweight men more likely than normal-weight men to have low levels of the hormone, study says

  • Young Men Taking HIV Meds May Be at Risk for Bone Loss
    (22-Jun-2012)
    Exercising, quitting smoking and taking vitamin D can help, researchers say

  • Dad's Love Can Be Crucial for Happy Childhood, Study Confirms
    (15-Jun-2012)
    For many kids, rejection by father can be even more devastating than by mother

  • Fathers Can Teach Their Children Persistence: Study
    (15-Jun-2012)
    'Authoritative' parenting brings out perseverance skills in kids

  • Sleep Apnea Treatment Might Boost Men's Sex Lives
    (13-Jun-2012)
    Mask-and-hose device increases energy, erections, study finds

  • Heavy Drinking, Smoking Won't Harm Men's Sperm: Study
    (13-Jun-2012)
    But the data should not give would-be dads the green light to pursue unhealthy lifestyles, experts say

  • Sleep Apnea Treatment Might Boost Men's Sex Lives
    (13-Jun-2012)
    Mask-and-hose device increases energy, erections, study finds

  • Older Dads May Pass on Longevity to Kids, Study Finds
    (12-Jun-2012)
    DNA evidence suggests link to slowed aging in offspring of men who delayed fatherhood

  • Enter the 'Brotox' Era
    (08-Jun-2012)
    Men seeking subtle improvements are opting for injections in growing numbers, experts say

  • Antibiotic-Resistant Gonorrhea Spreading: WHO
    (06-Jun-2012)
    Last line of drug defense, cephalosporins, appears to be weakening, U.N. agency says

  • Study Compares Timing of Hormonal Therapy for Prostate Cancer
    (04-Jun-2012)
    Intermittent use may spare patients side effects, but might also shorten survival

  • Who's Touching You Affects How It Feels: Study
    (04-Jun-2012)
    Brain's response to a caress appears less objective than previously thought

  • Quitting Smoking No Harder for Women Than Men, Study Says
    (01-Jun-2012)
    Analysis of data from three countries debunks myth

  • Heart Rhythm Disorder May Raise Older Women's Stroke Risk
    (01-Jun-2012)
    Added risk from atrial fibrillation was higher than that of men with the same condition, study finds

  • Do Bald Men Face Higher Risk of Prostate Cancer?
    (22-May-2012)
    Study finding is preliminary, and men with full heads of hair may still have equal risk

  • Study Ties Genes to Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms, Prostate Cancer Risk
    (22-May-2012)
    Findings may help doctors diagnose and treat these problems, expert says

  • U.S. Advisers Say 'No' to Routine PSA Tests for Prostate Cancer
    (22-May-2012)
    Benefits of prostate-specific antigen screening don't outweigh harms, panel contends

  • Men Can Still Ask for PSA Test, and Some Should, Doctors Say
    (22-May-2012)
    New guidelines on prostate cancer screening don't supersede physician-patient relationship, experts note

  • Do Bald Men Face Higher Risk of Prostate Cancer?
    (22-May-2012)
    Study finding is preliminary, and men with full heads of hair may still have equal risk

  • U.S. Advisers Say 'No' to Routine PSA Tests for Prostate Cancer
    (22-May-2012)
    Benefits of prostate-specific antigen screening don't outweigh harms, panel contends

  • Do Bald Men Face Higher Risk of Prostate Cancer?
    (22-May-2012)
    Study finding is preliminary, and men with full heads of hair may still have equal risk

  • Study Ties Genes to Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms, Prostate Cancer Risk
    (22-May-2012)
    Findings may help doctors diagnose and treat these problems, expert says

  • Severe Gum Disease, Impotence May Be Linked
    (21-May-2012)
    Men younger than 30, over 70 at particular risk, study shows

  • Statins May Help Prevent Enlarged Prostate: Study
    (21-May-2012)
    But the effect was small and it's too early to recommend the drugs for this purpose, experts say

  • Severe Gum Disease, Impotence May Be Linked
    (21-May-2012)
    Men younger than 30, over 70 at particular risk, study shows

  • Melanoma a Big Threat to Older Men
    (18-May-2012)
    They're less likely than women to take sun precautions and check for growths, survey results show

  • Can Testosterone Therapy Help Obese Men Lose Weight?
    (09-May-2012)
    It may really be that feeling stronger promotes more physical activity, experts note

  • Can Testosterone Therapy Help Obese Men Lose Weight?
    (09-May-2012)
    It may really be that feeling stronger promotes more physical activity, experts note

  • Men's Breast Cancer Often More Deadly, Study Suggests
    (04-May-2012)
    Males typically older at diagnosis, often have larger tumors, experts find

  • Women More Likely to Survive Melanoma Than Men: Study
    (01-May-2012)
    Analysis found female patients had a 30% survival advantage

  • Having Kids Doesn't Inspire Adults to Eat Healthier: Study
    (30-Apr-2012)
    But at least new parents' diets didn't get worse, researchers say

  • FDA Approves New Impotence Drug Stendra
    (27-Apr-2012)
    It may be faster acting than some other medicines on the market, expert says

  • FDA Approves New Impotence Drug Stendra
    (27-Apr-2012)
    It may be faster acting than some other medicines on the market, expert says

  • Prostate Cancer Screening Guidelines Often Not Followed: Study
    (24-Apr-2012)
    Many older men still get unnecessary PSA tests, researchers report

  • Prostate Cancer Screening Guidelines Often Not Followed: Study
    (24-Apr-2012)
    Many older men still get unnecessary PSA tests, researchers report

  • Wife's Breast Cancer Can Hurt Husband's Health Too: Study
    (23-Apr-2012)
    Effect on caregivers can last years, researcher says

  • After Hospitalization, Men More Likely to Show Up in ER
    (19-Apr-2012)
    They also had more readmissions within a month than women, study found

  • Warren Buffett Has Early Stage Prostate Cancer
    (18-Apr-2012)
    81-year-old billionaire's doctors spotted tumor before it had spread, prognosis good

  • Study Casts Doubt on Value of Pricey Prostate Cancer Therapy
    (17-Apr-2012)
    Proton radiation treatments may offer little added benefit, more side effects, analysis suggests

  • Women Less Apt Than Men to Get Recommended Daily Exercise
    (13-Apr-2012)
    They averaged about 18 minutes a day, far short of the recommended 30 minutes, study finds

  • Baldness Drug May Cause Sexual Side Effects: FDA
    (12-Apr-2012)
    A related compound is prescribed to treat enlarged prostate glands

  • Baldness Drug May Cause Sexual Side Effects: FDA
    (12-Apr-2012)
    A related compound is prescribed to treat enlarged prostate glands

  • Baldness Drug May Cause Sexual Side Effects: FDA
    (12-Apr-2012)
    A related compound is prescribed to treat enlarged prostate glands

  • White Women Make Up Bulk of Assisted-Living Residents
    (11-Apr-2012)
    More than half of those in residential care facilities are 85 or older, analysis shows

  • Health Tip: Partners Have a Role in Pregnancy
    (30-Mar-2012)
    Here's how they can help

  • Moderate Drinking Might Help Men Live Longer After Heart Attack
    (28-Mar-2012)
    Study suggests protective effect of drink or 2 a day, but experts warn against too much boozing

  • Parents Should Lead By Example in Weight Loss, Study Finds
    (22-Mar-2012)
    When parents shed pounds, overweight kids on weight-loss plan slimmed down, too

  • Research Spots Potential New Target in Fight Against Baldness
    (21-Mar-2012)
    Study found levels of a particular protein much higher in bald spots

  • Fatty Foods Might Harm Men's Sperm, Research Suggests
    (14-Mar-2012)
    Small study finds lower sperm counts, concentrations for males on high-fat diets

  • Study Finds PSA Testing Cuts Prostate Cancer Death Risk
    (14-Mar-2012)
    Countering other reports, researchers found the screen reduced mortality rate by 30 percent

  • Health Tip: Caring for Baby After Circumcision
    (12-Mar-2012)
    Advice to foster healing and prevent infection

  • Circumcision Linked to Lower Risk for Prostate Cancer, Study Finds
    (12-Mar-2012)
    But researchers can't confirm the procedure directly lowers risk of the disease

  • Coming Soon: At-Home Sperm Test for Couples Trying to Conceive
    (09-Mar-2012)
    But experts say that in some cases, it may give men false sense of their reproductive health

  • Women Fare Better With Heart Failure
    (08-Mar-2012)
    European analysis of study data found a higher risk of death in male heart failure patients

  • Selenium Supplements May Help -- or Harm
    (29-Feb-2012)
    Too much or too little of the mineral can hurt your health, evidence review finds

  • Dad's Depression May Rub Off on Child's Behavior
    (29-Feb-2012)
    Unemployment and depression often go hand in hand, study says

  • Older Prostate Cancer Patients Might Be Overtreated: Study
    (29-Feb-2012)
    Men with short life expectancies are put at risk for complications, researchers say

  • Pediatricians Renew Call for HPV Vaccine for Boys
    (27-Feb-2012)
    The shot protects against cervical cancer; it's also effective against anal cancer and some head and neck cancers

  • Men's Legs May Be New Source for Hair Transplants
    (22-Feb-2012)
    Hairlines require finer strands and for some patients legs offer a good supply, report shows

  • Toddlers With Angry Parents May Have More Temper Tantrums
    (22-Feb-2012)
    Youngsters tend to mimic coping behaviors they see at home, study shows

  • Men's Legs May Be New Source for Hair Transplants
    (22-Feb-2012)
    Hairlines require finer strands and for some patients legs offer a good supply, report shows

  • Nerve-Sparing Prostate Surgery Helps Men Retain Sexual Function
    (16-Feb-2012)
    Most men left with nerves on both sides of the gland can achieve orgasm, study shows

  • Prostate Size May Be Clue to Severity of Cancer
    (10-Feb-2012)
    In certain cases, smaller gland linked to more aggressive disease, study shows

  • Heart Disease Risk Gene May Pass From Dads to Sons
    (09-Feb-2012)
    Male-only Y chromosome can raise risk by 50%, study finds

  • Heart Disease May Be Risk Factor for Prostate Cancer
    (09-Feb-2012)
    Study found men who had the first had 74% higher chance of developing the second

  • Experts Warn of Antibiotic-Resistant Gonorrhea
    (08-Feb-2012)
    Arsenal of drugs effective against the sexually transmitted disease running dry, researchers say

  • Smoking May Be Especially Tough on Men's Brains
    (06-Feb-2012)
    Study found declines in thinking skills for males, but not females

  • Anemia May Boost Death Risk After Stroke
    (02-Feb-2012)
    Study of men finds the blood disorder affects survival rates up to a year later

  • Study Compares 3 Common Prostate Cancer Treatments
    (01-Feb-2012)
    Externally administered radiation had more side effects, higher cost than 'seed' radiation or surgery

  • Science Shows How Exercise Might Help in Prostate Cancer
    (01-Feb-2012)
    Activity-induced genetic changes could slow or prevent disease progression, researchers say

  • Experimental Drugs Do Battle Against Advanced Prostate Cancer
    (01-Feb-2012)
    Studies show two new agents improve survival for men whose tumors have spread

  • Pediatricians' Group Recommends HPV Vaccine for Boys
    (01-Feb-2012)
    Immunization schedules for meningitis, flu also updated

  • Too Much Testosterone Linked to Inflated Ego: Study
    (01-Feb-2012)
    Female volunteers less apt to cooperate after taking the hormone supplement

  • Statins Equally Effective in Women and Men
    (30-Jan-2012)
    Cholesterol-lowering drugs reduce cardiovascular events, death for both sexes, researchers say

  • Ultrasound As a Male Contraceptive?
    (30-Jan-2012)
    High-frequency treatment lowered sperm counts in rats, study says

  • Testosterone Exposure May Explain Boys' Language Delay
    (26-Jan-2012)
    Male hormone levels before birth appear linked to speech differences, study contends

  • Men at Higher Risk for Mental Decline That Precedes Alzheimer's
    (25-Jan-2012)
    Odds worst for people without college education, study finds

  • Active Ingredient in Viagra Shrunk Disfiguring Growths in Kids
    (25-Jan-2012)
    But, the finding is preliminary and the treatment is expensive, researchers note

  • Drug May Slow Early Prostate Cancer: Study
    (24-Jan-2012)
    Typically used for an enlarged prostate, it could prevent need for aggressive treatment

  • Drug May Slow Early Prostate Cancer: Study
    (24-Jan-2012)
    Typically used for an enlarged prostate, it could prevent need for aggressive treatment

  • Drug May Slow Early Prostate Cancer: Study
    (24-Jan-2012)
    Typically used for an enlarged prostate, it could prevent need for aggressive treatment

  • Narcissism Especially Bad for Men's Health, Study Says
    (23-Jan-2012)
    Traits such as entitlement, exploitativeness may raise levels of stress hormone

  • Sex OK for Many Heart Patients, Docs Say
    (19-Jan-2012)
    New American Heart Association guidelines detail who -- and who isn't -- at risk

  • 'Upper Normal' Blood Pressure Linked to Heart Risk in Men
    (17-Jan-2012)
    Those with levels in the high end of the normal range may later develop irregular heartbeat, study says

  • Do Men Flash Cash to Find a Mate?
    (15-Jan-2012)
    Guys may subconsciously flaunt wealth in situations where males outnumber females, study suggests

  • Music May Ease Anxiety, Pain in Prostate Biopsy Patients
    (12-Jan-2012)
    Men who listened to Bach with headphones during procedure seemed less stressed, study says

  • Scientists Identify Inherited Prostate Cancer Gene
    (11-Jan-2012)
    Men with the mutation are at 10 to 20 times increased risk of prostate cancer

  • Scientists Identify Inherited Prostate Cancer Gene
    (11-Jan-2012)
    Men with the mutation are at 10 to 20 times increased risk of prostate cancer

  • PSA Test for Prostate Cancer Doesn't Save Lives: Study
    (06-Jan-2012)
    But findings are irrelevant, one expert says

  • PSA Test for Prostate Cancer Doesn't Save Lives: Study
    (06-Jan-2012)
    But findings are irrelevant, one expert says

  • Potential Herpes Vaccine Disappoints Researchers
    (04-Jan-2012)
    Only partially effective against one type of virus, ineffective against second type, study found

  • Health Care Reform Battle Tops Health News for 2011
    (30-Dec-2011)
    Debates over cellphone safety, cigarette-pack images also grabbed headlines

  • Health Care Reform Battle Tops Health News for 2011
    (30-Dec-2011)
    Debates over cellphone safety, cigarette-pack images also grabbed headlines

  • Widowers Who Stay Single Might Face More Mental Health Woes
    (21-Dec-2011)
    But it's unclear why some men find new relationships and others don't, researchers say

  • Men Often Misread Women's Sexual Cues: Study
    (16-Dec-2011)
    But ignorance might work in favor of males who overestimate their attractiveness

  • Smoking Linked to Skin Cancer in Women
    (15-Dec-2011)
    Non-melanoma malignancies twice as likely after 20 years of tobacco use, study finds

  • Millions of Americans Are Victims of Sexual Violence: CDC
    (14-Dec-2011)
    Rape, stalking, physical violence widespread in the U.S., report finds

  • Gene Therapy a Boon for 6 Hemophilia Patients
    (12-Dec-2011)
    Severity of the bleeding condition was reduced for men with type B disorder, study finds

  • Active Surveillance May Benefit Men With Low-Risk Prostate Cancer
    (07-Dec-2011)
    But report says more needs to be known about the long-term outcome of this approach

  • Hormone Drugs Might Not Raise Heart-Related Deaths in Prostate Patients
    (06-Dec-2011)
    But those with a history of heart disease, stroke may be at higher risk, researchers caution

  • Hormone Drugs Might Not Raise Heart-Related Deaths in Prostate Patients
    (06-Dec-2011)
    But those with a history of heart disease, stroke may be at higher risk, researchers caution

  • Fitness May Lower Death Risk Even Without Weight Loss
    (05-Dec-2011)
    Exercise benefit found in large study of white, middle-class men

  • Pressure to Be Perfect Parent Can Discourage New Moms, Dads
    (02-Dec-2011)
    Study found it eroded confidence for mothers, created stress for fathers

  • Clogged Arteries Pose Different Dangers for Men, Women: Study
    (30-Nov-2011)
    Heart treatment might need to take gender into account, researcher says

  • Men More Likely to Skip Cancer Screenings: Study
    (29-Nov-2011)
    Findings suggest need to better educate guys on tests' value, researchers say

  • Do Men Think About Sex All the Time? Maybe Not
    (29-Nov-2011)
    Study debunks notion that males focus on the subject far more often than females do

  • Women More Prone to 'Broken Heart' Syndrome: Study
    (16-Nov-2011)
    Associated with emotional stress, clinical condition mimics a heart attack

  • Side Effects May Spur Men to Drop Tamoxifen for Breast Cancer
    (16-Nov-2011)
    Weight gain, loss of sex drive common complaints, study finds

  • Study Finds Link Between Low IQ, Large Waistline
    (15-Nov-2011)
    More men with low intelligence scores at 18 had unhealthy belly size at 40

  • Sugar-Sweetened Drinks May Pose Heart Risks to Women, Study Suggests
    (14-Nov-2011)
    Problems can emerge even if no weight gain is evident, researcher says

  • Fatherhood May Help Tough Guys Straighten Out
    (10-Nov-2011)
    Crime, alcohol use dropped among first-time dads, study finds

  • Fatherhood May Help Tough Guys Straighten Out
    (10-Nov-2011)
    Crime, alcohol use dropped among first-time dads, study finds

  • Low-Income Dads Are Involved With Their Kids, Study Finds
    (09-Nov-2011)
    But doctors still focus mostly on moms, researchers say

  • Drugs to Make You Look Beautiful -- But at What Price?
    (04-Nov-2011)
    Pill to prevent gray hair might be next in 'lifestyle' drug pipeline

  • Stress Linked to Higher Mortality Risk Among Men
    (28-Oct-2011)
    Even moderate but sustained stress might have deadly effects, study suggests

  • For Older Men, Lowered Testosterone May Mean Muscle Loss
    (28-Oct-2011)
    Study shows a link, but one expert says that's no reason to try hormonal supplements

  • For Older Men, Lowered Testosterone May Mean Muscle Loss
    (28-Oct-2011)
    Study shows a link, but one expert says that's no reason to try hormonal supplements

  • HPV Vaccine Might Help Prevent Anal Cancers: Study
    (26-Oct-2011)
    Research in gay and bisexual men suggests it reduces infections, lesions

  • Drinking More Fluids Could Lower Men's Bladder Cancer Risk
    (25-Oct-2011)
    The association was not as strong in older males who typically drank less water, study finds

  • U.S. Health Officials Back HPV Vaccine for Boys
    (25-Oct-2011)
    The sexually transmitted virus causes a range of cancers, including cervical, penile and oral malignancies

  • Research Suggests Penis Might Produce Testosterone
    (21-Oct-2011)
    Work in mouse, human tissues show signs male hormones may be generated, but more study needed

  • Research Suggests Penis Might Produce Testosterone
    (21-Oct-2011)
    Work in mouse, human tissues show signs male hormones may be generated, but more study needed

  • Sperm Moves Best for Moderate Exercisers: Study
    (19-Oct-2011)
    Lighter or strenuous physical activity associated with less sperm motility

  • Children of Older Dads Fare as Well in School as Other Kids
    (11-Oct-2011)
    Findings contradict other research that found paternal age could negatively impact children's IQ

  • Health Tip: Understanding Breast Cancer in Men
    (11-Oct-2011)
    Learn about its risk factors

  • Men With Disabilities More Vulnerable to Sexual Assault
    (11-Oct-2011)
    They are four times more likely to experience sexual violence, study says

  • Even Football Players Say It's OK to Cry, Sometimes
    (08-Oct-2011)
    But study finds they draw the line at sobbing

  • FDA OKs Impotence Drug Cialis to Treat Enlarged Prostate
    (07-Oct-2011)
    Pill may be especially beneficial for men battling both conditions, agency says

  • Cialis Approved to Treat Enlarged Prostate
    (07-Oct-2011)
    Also approved for treatment of BPH and erectile dysfunction occurring simultaneously

  • Men Develop Diabetes With Less Body Fat Than Women: Study
    (07-Oct-2011)
    Researchers say differences in fat distribution may be to blame

  • FDA OKs Impotence Drug Cialis to Treat Enlarged Prostate
    (07-Oct-2011)
    Pill may be especially beneficial for men battling both conditions, agency says

  • Report: Task Force to Recommend Against PSA Test
    (07-Oct-2011)
    The exam for prostate cancer has been controversial for some time

  • Cialis Approved to Treat Enlarged Prostate
    (07-Oct-2011)
    Also approved for treatment of BPH and erectile dysfunction occurring simultaneously

  • Panel's Rejection of PSA Test Spurs Mixed Reaction From Experts
    (07-Oct-2011)
    Many still stick by the prostate cancer screen, claiming it saves lives

  • Many Years Pass Before Folks Get Help for Drugs, Alcohol
    (06-Oct-2011)
    Men tend to wait even longer than women, study finds

  • Breast Cancer Appears Less Deadly for Men Than Women
    (05-Oct-2011)
    But study notes male patients more likely to have advanced disease when diagnosed

  • 3 Hours of Exercise Weekly Can Cut Men's Heart Risks
    (05-Oct-2011)
    Study found lowered risk related to higher levels of 'good' cholesterol

  • Older Dads Can Pass on Gene Mutations That Lower Intellect
    (04-Oct-2011)
    Study suggests changes in chromosomes may account for some cases, especially in older fathers

  • Otherwise Healthy Older Men Undertreated for Prostate Cancer: Study
    (29-Sep-2011)
    Yet younger men with other serious health issues may be overtreated for the cancer, research shows

  • Childless Men May Face Higher Heart Disease Risk
    (27-Sep-2011)
    Study suggests infertility may explain the link

  • Saw Palmetto Doesn't Help Enlarged Prostate: Study
    (27-Sep-2011)
    For users reporting benefits, it's a classic placebo effect, experts say

  • Do Men Need Colon Cancer Screening Earlier Than Women Do?
    (27-Sep-2011)
    Austrian study finds more cancers at younger ages in men

  • Saw Palmetto Doesn't Help Enlarged Prostate: Study
    (27-Sep-2011)
    For users reporting benefits, it's a classic placebo effect, experts say

  • Saw Palmetto Doesn't Help Enlarged Prostate: Study
    (27-Sep-2011)
    For users reporting benefits, it's a classic placebo effect, experts say

  • Couples Counseling Boosts Sex Lives After Prostate Cancer
    (26-Sep-2011)
    Both face-to-face and Internet counseling improved erectile dysfunction, love lives, study found

  • CDC Considers Vaccinating Boys, Not Just Girls, for HPV
    (23-Sep-2011)
    Immunizing half the population isn't forceful enough against widespread virus, expert says

  • Stress the 'Human' in HPV, One Man Suggests
    (23-Sep-2011)
    Health advocate offers reminder that virus affects men and women equally

  • In Older Men, Prostate Biopsies Can Raise Risk of Hospitalization
    (22-Sep-2011)
    Experts stress procedure is not benign, strong antibiotics should be given beforehand

  • In Older Men, Prostate Biopsies Can Raise Risk of Hospitalization
    (22-Sep-2011)
    Experts stress procedure is not benign, strong antibiotics should be given beforehand

  • Could Divorce Trigger Hair Loss in Women?
    (21-Sep-2011)
    Study shows it's the next strongest predictor of thinning locks after genetics

  • New Test Predicts Risk for Impotence After Prostate Cancer Therapy
    (20-Sep-2011)
    Series of questions given prior to treatment could help men decide on type of care, researchers say

  • New Test Predicts Risk for Impotence After Prostate Cancer Therapy
    (20-Sep-2011)
    Series of questions given prior to treatment could help men decide on type of care, researchers say

  • 'Journaling' Might Ease Depression in Testicular Cancer Patients
    (19-Sep-2011)
    Keeping a positive daily journal can aid in men's recovery and quality of life, study shows

  • ADHD Drug Delays Puberty in Male Monkeys, Study Finds
    (19-Sep-2011)
    Much more research needed before finding on Ritalin can have implications for humans, experts say

  • Erectile Dysfunction May Be Linked With Cardiovascular Trouble
    (14-Sep-2011)
    Independent risk factor for heart disease, stroke and death, researchers say

  • Health Tip: Why Am I Losing My Hair?
    (13-Sep-2011)
    Here are possible reasons

  • Protecting Heart May Improve Erectile Dysfunction
    (13-Sep-2011)
    Cardiac drugs, lifestyle changes improve sexual function in men with ED, study shows

  • Protecting Heart May Improve Erectile Dysfunction
    (13-Sep-2011)
    Cardiac drugs, lifestyle changes improve sexual function in men with ED, study shows

  • Testosterone Levels Seem to Fall With Fatherhood
    (12-Sep-2011)
    Dip may come with focus on taking care of children, researchers suggest

  • Testosterone Levels Seem to Fall With Fatherhood
    (12-Sep-2011)
    Dip may come with focus on taking care of children, researchers suggest

  • Firearm Suicide Methods Vary by Gender: Study
    (07-Sep-2011)
    Women less likely to shoot themselves in face or head, researchers find

  • Sexist Men, Women May Be a Good Fit: Study
    (04-Sep-2011)
    For both sexes, those who seek uncommitted trysts rely on assertive strategy, survey finds

  • Survivor Builds 'Cancer-Fighting' House
    (02-Sep-2011)
    Natural materials, a lush garden, proximity to walking trails encourage healthy lifestyle

  • Health Tip: Caring For an Enlarged Prostate
    (01-Sep-2011)
    Manage mild symptoms at home

  • Faster Way to Treat Partners of Women With STDs Urged: Experts
    (25-Aug-2011)
    Doctors can pass along antibiotics to these men via the infected woman, without an examination

  • Women With Heart Failure Treated as Well as Men: Study
    (23-Aug-2011)
    But they tend to have longer hospital stays

  • In Tough Times, Jobless Men Embrace Housework
    (23-Aug-2011)
    Small study found they are redefining their traditional roles, supporting working partners at home

  • Boys Mature Sexually Earlier Than Ever Before: Study
    (23-Aug-2011)
    For males, 'being 18 today is like being 22 in 1800,' researcher says

  • Marriage May Do a Heart Good for Bypass Surgery
    (22-Aug-2011)
    Study finds post-op survival rises for those in committed relationships

  • Weight Gain Hits Women After Marriage, Men After Divorce: Study
    (22-Aug-2011)
    Married women may become more sedentary, while divorced men lose marriage's 'health benefit,' researchers contend

  • Five Genes May Be Tied to Lethal Prostate Cancer
    (16-Aug-2011)
    Identifying men with aggressive disease can help customize treatment, researchers say

  • For Men, 'Culture of Honor' Can Be Deadly
    (15-Aug-2011)
    Mindset spurs risky behaviors and is most prevalent in U.S. South and West, study shows

  • Many Men Underestimate Prostate Surgery Side Effects
    (12-Aug-2011)
    Incontinence, impotence often worse than anticipated, study finds

  • An Older Man's Sex Life May Suffer When She's Close to His Friends
    (09-Aug-2011)
    Study suggests scenario might undermine his sense of masculinity, spur impotence

  • An Older Man's Sex Life May Suffer When She's Close to His Friends
    (09-Aug-2011)
    Study suggests scenario might undermine his sense of masculinity, spur impotence

  • Health Tip: Osteoporosis Can Affect Men, Too
    (08-Aug-2011)
    Risk factors for bone-thinning in males

  • Weight Loss May Boost Sex Life of Obese, Diabetic Men
    (05-Aug-2011)
    Cutting calories can also have positive effects on urinary tract function, researchers say

  • Weight Loss May Boost Sex Life of Obese, Diabetic Men
    (05-Aug-2011)
    Cutting calories can also have positive effects on urinary tract function, researchers say

  • Urine Test Might Help Predict Prostate Cancer Risk
    (03-Aug-2011)
    Results could help with biopsy decisions, researchers say

  • Study Contends Taller People at Heightened Cancer Risk
    (21-Jul-2011)
    Backs up prior research suggesting a link between stature and malignancies

  • Married Men Seem to Seek Help for Heart Attacks Sooner
    (19-Jul-2011)
    Within 6 hours of first signs of chest pain, 75 percent got medical help, study says

  • Self-Esteem Levels Vary by Age, Race, Study Finds
    (18-Jul-2011)
    And contrary to popular belief, self-esteem in males and females is about the same during teens

  • For Some Prostate Cancer Patients, Combo Treatment Improves Survival
    (13-Jul-2011)
    For men at 'intermediate risk,' radiation plus 4 months of hormone therapy improves survival, study finds

  • For Some Prostate Cancer Patients, Combo Treatment Improves Survival
    (13-Jul-2011)
    For men at 'intermediate risk,' radiation plus 4 months of hormone therapy improves survival, study finds

  • More U.S. Men Die From Cancer Than Women: Study
    (12-Jul-2011)
    But disparity mirrors differences in incidence, not ability to fight disease, researchers say

  • Men Seem More Likely Than Women to Develop Hole in Knee Cartilage
    (07-Jul-2011)
    Damage, which tends to occur after ACL injury, raises risk for osteoarthritis, researchers say

  • Could Finger Length Predict Penis Length?
    (04-Jul-2011)
    Prenatal hormones appear to govern both, new study suggests

  • Medicare Will Pay for Prostate Cancer Drug
    (01-Jul-2011)
    Provenge, a therapeutic vaccine, extends survival; it costs $93,000 per individual

  • Does Ovulation Boost a Woman's 'Gaydar'?
    (27-Jun-2011)
    Sexual orientation of a man also more apparent when women want romance, new research contends

  • Early Chemical Exposures May Affect Breast Health: Report
    (22-Jun-2011)
    Scientists say common chemicals should be tested for their possible harm to milk gland development

  • Smoking, Prostate Cancer a Deadly Mix
    (21-Jun-2011)
    But risk drops for men who have given up tobacco for 10 years, study finds

  • Men's Waistlines Could Be Key to Health
    (20-Jun-2011)
    40 inches put most men in risk zone for serious illnesses, experts say

  • Experimental Vaccine Seems to Cure Prostate Cancer in Mice
    (20-Jun-2011)
    Researchers hope to test vaccine in people within five years

  • Are Men Who Flaunt Flashy Cars Not the 'Marrying Kind'?
    (18-Jun-2011)
    Conspicuous spending often driven by desire to have flings, researchers say

  • Dads' Parenting Style Affects Influence as Kids Age: Survey
    (17-Jun-2011)
    Setting rules but being open to discussion may work better than being too strict, researchers say

  • Dad's Good Parenting May Help Daughters Avoid Risky Sex
    (17-Jun-2011)
    Quality, not quantity, of time spent with father matters more for girls, study suggests

  • Mouse Study Uncovers the Roots of Gray Hair
    (16-Jun-2011)
    A particular type of signaling between two types of stem cells may be to blame, study finds

  • Many Fathers Struggle to Balance Work, Family: Survey
    (15-Jun-2011)
    More than half said they'd consider being a stay-at-home dad if financially feasible

  • Impotence Linked to Restless Legs Syndrome
    (15-Jun-2011)
    The more frequent the symptoms, the stronger the connection, study finds

  • Impotence Linked to Restless Legs Syndrome
    (15-Jun-2011)
    The more frequent the symptoms, the stronger the connection, study finds

  • Many Fathers Struggle to Balance Work, Family: Survey
    (15-Jun-2011)
    More than half said they'd consider being a stay-at-home dad if financially feasible

  • Men Urged to Lead by Example and See a Doctor Regularly
    (10-Jun-2011)
    Delaying checkups today could lead to a medical crisis tomorrow, expert says

  • Drugs for Enlarged Prostate May Raise Risk of Aggressive Cancer
    (10-Jun-2011)
    Calling for warning labels, FDA says meds shouldn't be given until other urological conditions are ruled out

  • Drugs for Enlarged Prostate May Raise Risk of Aggressive Cancer
    (10-Jun-2011)
    Calling for warning labels, FDA says meds shouldn't be given until other urological conditions are ruled out

  • Drugs for Enlarged Prostate May Raise Risk of Aggressive Cancer
    (10-Jun-2011)
    Calling for warning labels, FDA says meds shouldn't be given until other urological conditions are ruled out

  • Bathroom Injuries a Little-Known Problem
    (09-Jun-2011)
    Making bathrooms safer could prevent many slips and falls, CDC says

  • Migraine Plus PTSD 4 Times More Likely in Men: Study
    (08-Jun-2011)
    Type, timing of trauma may play role in migraine-PTSD connection, researchers say

  • For Gay Men, Serious Relationships Still Harbor Risks for HIV
    (07-Jun-2011)
    Odds of transmitting the virus are 6 times that of men engaging in more casual sex, study finds

  • Age Alone May Not Cause Testosterone to Fall
    (07-Jun-2011)
    Study finds declining health makes it more likely

  • Women Exposed to Combat Trauma as Resilient as Men: Study
    (07-Jun-2011)
    Female military personnel experience PTSD, depression at similar rate as men

  • Age Alone May Not Cause Testosterone to Fall
    (07-Jun-2011)
    Study finds declining health makes it more likely

  • Jury Still Out on Radiation for Early Prostate Cancer
    (06-Jun-2011)
    There's too little evidence to say it's superior to 'watchful waiting,' study says

  • Boys Who Bully May Grow Up to Be Abusive Men
    (06-Jun-2011)
    Study suggests but doesn't prove link to adult domestic violence

  • Male Heart Disease May Be Linked to Mom's Lifetime Nutrition
    (02-Jun-2011)
    Risk associated, in part, with mother's body size, placenta size and shape at birth, researchers say

  • New Drug Extends Survival for Men With Advanced Prostate Cancer
    (26-May-2011)
    Zytiga lengthened survival to nearly 15 months, vs. about 11 months for men on placebo, study says

  • Regular Brisk Walks May Protect Prostate Cancer Patients
    (24-May-2011)
    Study found those who took them lowered chances of disease progression, death

  • Regular Brisk Walks May Protect Prostate Cancer Patients
    (24-May-2011)
    Study found those who took them lowered chances of disease progression, death

  • Regular Brisk Walks May Protect Prostate Cancer Patients
    (24-May-2011)
    Study found those who took them lowered chances of disease progression, death

  • Certain COPD Meds Linked to Urinary Troubles in Men
    (23-May-2011)
    Inhaled drugs such as Spiriva, Atrovent may raise odds for urinary retention, study finds

  • Straight or Gay? Vowels in Speech May Give it Away
    (20-May-2011)
    Study found that strangers quickly picked up on sexual orientation via vocal cues

  • Fewer Men Having Surgery to Treat Enlarged Prostate: Study
    (19-May-2011)
    The rate of those with related acute kidney failure has skyrocketed

  • Earlier PSA Test Best Predicts Risk of Dying From Prostate Cancer: Study
    (19-May-2011)
    This may cut down on unnecessary screening, researchers say

  • Fewer Men Having Surgery to Treat Enlarged Prostate: Study
    (19-May-2011)
    The rate of those with related acute kidney failure has skyrocketed

  • Fewer Men Having Surgery to Treat Enlarged Prostate: Study
    (19-May-2011)
    The rate of those with related acute kidney failure has skyrocketed

  • Fewer Men Having Surgery to Treat Enlarged Prostate: Study
    (19-May-2011)
    The rate of those with related acute kidney failure has skyrocketed

  • Could Coffee Lower Men's Risk for Prostate Cancer?
    (17-May-2011)
    In study, drinking 6 or more cups per day was linked to reduced odds for aggressive disease, but more research needed

  • Foreskin May Be Reservoir for HPV
    (17-May-2011)
    Study authors say this supports vaccinating boys against the virus, but experts disagree

  • Poor Sleep Tied to Incontinence, Impotence
    (16-May-2011)
    Two studies find links between sleep apnea and ED, and restless nights and urinary problems

  • Prostate Cancer Survival May Be Especially Tough on Gay Men
    (16-May-2011)
    Post-treatment quality of life scores worse than for heterosexuals, study finds

  • Smoking Might Raise Odds for Prostate Cancer's Return
    (16-May-2011)
    Study found that smokers had steeper rise in blood PSA levels, a harbinger of recurrence

  • New Drug Extends Life a Bit in Advanced Prostate Cancer
    (16-May-2011)
    Zytiga lengthened survival to 14.8 months, versus 10.9 months for men taking placebo, study says

  • PSA Test Could Be Improved to Spot Prostate Cancer
    (16-May-2011)
    Preliminary studies point to ways to have the screening benefit more men

  • PSA Test Could Be Improved to Spot Prostate Cancer
    (16-May-2011)
    Preliminary studies point to ways to have the screening benefit more men

  • Can Crotch Length Predict Infertility in Men?
    (11-May-2011)
    Distance between scrotum and anus linked to reproductive ability, study suggests

  • Ring Finger Length Linked to ALS, Study Suggests
    (10-May-2011)
    But whether this has any effect on risk of 'Lou Gehrig's disease' is unknown, researchers say

  • Gay Men More Likely to Have Had Cancer
    (09-May-2011)
    Study can't say whether homosexual males are more prone to develop malignancies than heterosexuals

  • Dads Who Eat Out Have Kids Who Eat Out, Study Finds
    (06-May-2011)
    Fathers should be urged to make dinner at home an important family ritual, researchers suggest

  • Aggressive Treatment May Be Beneficial for Early Prostate Cancer
    (04-May-2011)
    In men under 65, death risk was lower than for those who chose 'watchful waiting,' study finds

  • Belly Fat + Heart Disease Can Be Deadly: Study
    (02-May-2011)
    Even normal weight people with a 'beer belly' or 'muffin top' at risk, Mayo researchers say

  • Tall, Obese Men More Prone to Leg Clots: Study
    (28-Apr-2011)
    Added height and weight upped risk for women, but not as much, researchers say

  • Acupuncture May Help Ease Hot Flashes Tied to Prostate Cancer Treatment
    (25-Apr-2011)
    Study was very small, but some men got quick relief, researchers say

  • When Size Matters, Men Can Turn to Penile Extenders: Study
    (21-Apr-2011)
    Technique is non-invasive, effective, researchers claim

  • Men and Women May Truly See Things Differently
    (20-Apr-2011)
    Experiment affirms common perceptions about decision making

  • For Nonsmokers, Healthy Living Cuts Death Rate in Half: Study
    (19-Apr-2011)
    Better diet, exercise and keeping slim fend off heart disease, cancer, research shows

  • Male Victims of Domestic Abuse May Show Signs of PTSD
    (12-Apr-2011)
    Female partners can cause psychological trauma to the men they abuse, researchers say

  • Braids, Weaves May Lead to Balding in Black Women
    (11-Apr-2011)
    If you have this problem, consult a dermatologist, researcher says

  • Unemployment Plays Role in Early Deaths, Research Shows
    (08-Apr-2011)
    Young men are particularly vulnerable to negative health effects of job loss, analysis indicates

  • Health Tip: Protect Your Skin After Hair Loss
    (07-Apr-2011)
    Skin is more vulnerable to sun's rays without hair's protection

  • Study Hints at Link Between Antidepressants and Heart Trouble
    (04-Apr-2011)
    But the finding is preliminary and doesn't prove a relationship, experts note

  • Many Moms Have Kids With Different Dads, U.S. Study Finds
    (01-Apr-2011)
    28% of women with two or more offspring have children by more than one man, analysis showed

  • Prostate Cancer Screening Doesn't Cut Death Rates: Study
    (01-Apr-2011)
    And researchers add that widescale testing is linked to overdiagnosis, overtreatment

  • Prostate Cancer Screening Doesn't Cut Death Rates: Study
    (01-Apr-2011)
    And researchers add that widescale testing is linked to overdiagnosis, overtreatment

  • Prostate Cancer Screening Doesn't Cut Death Rates: Study
    (01-Apr-2011)
    And researchers add that widescale testing is linked to overdiagnosis, overtreatment

  • New Therapy for Enlarged Prostate May Bypass Unpleasant Side Effects
    (29-Mar-2011)
    Procedure apparently avoids risk of impotence, incontinence, associated with surgery, but more study needed

  • New Therapy for Enlarged Prostate May Bypass Unpleasant Side Effects
    (29-Mar-2011)
    Procedure apparently avoids risk of impotence, incontinence, associated with surgery, but more study needed

  • New Therapy for Enlarged Prostate May Bypass Unpleasant Side Effects
    (29-Mar-2011)
    Procedure apparently avoids risk of impotence, incontinence, associated with surgery, but more study needed

  • New Therapy for Enlarged Prostate May Bypass Unpleasant Side Effects
    (29-Mar-2011)
    Procedure apparently avoids risk of impotence, incontinence, associated with surgery, but more study needed

  • Weaker Bones, Cellphone Use Linked in Small Study
    (24-Mar-2011)
    Research in 24 men found less mineral content, density in hips, but more study needed, experts say

  • Mouse Sperm Successfully Grown in Lab, Researchers Say
    (23-Mar-2011)
    Study has potential to advance human infertility diagnosis and treatment, experts believe

  • Pressure to Look Young May Be Sending More Men to Plastic Surgeons
    (21-Mar-2011)
    Report finds increase in range of cosmetic procedures among American males

  • Sleep Disorder May Spur Men to Head to Bathroom at Night
    (18-Mar-2011)
    Treating sleep apnea in men with enlarged prostate might reduce trips to relieve themselves

  • Sleep Disorder May Spur Men to Head to Bathroom at Night
    (18-Mar-2011)
    Treating sleep apnea in men with enlarged prostate might reduce trips to relieve themselves

  • In Men, Duration of Diabetes Linked to Raised Heart Risk
    (14-Mar-2011)
    More than 17 years of type 2 disease doubles the odds of a first heart attack, study finds

  • Fans of Winning Teams Linked to Fatal Crashes
    (11-Mar-2011)
    Close score may spur aggressive, testosterone-fueled driving, researchers suggest

  • Sexual Side Effects From Propecia, Avodart May Be Irreversible
    (10-Mar-2011)
    Erectile dysfunction, depression and loss of libido persist in some patients, study finds

  • Sexual Side Effects From Propecia, Avodart May Be Irreversible
    (10-Mar-2011)
    Erectile dysfunction, depression and loss of libido persist in some patients, study finds

  • Sexual Side Effects From Propecia, Avodart May Be Irreversible
    (10-Mar-2011)
    Erectile dysfunction, depression and loss of libido persist in some patients, study finds

  • Study Finds Men Need More Support Before, After Child Birth
    (04-Mar-2011)
    Giving men an outlet for their fears and worries about childbirth, parenthood will be good for the whole family, study finds

  • Can Crotch Length Predict Sperm Strength?
    (04-Mar-2011)
    Men below the median are 7 times more likely to have sperm in the subfertile range, study says

  • Half of U.S. Men Infected With HPV, Study Reveals
    (01-Mar-2011)
    The more sex partners, the more likely a man will have the cancer-linked virus, research shows

  • Newer Drug May Help Prevent Fracture in Men With Prostate Cancer
    (25-Feb-2011)
    Slightly fewer patients on denosumab experienced 'skeletal events' than those on Zometa, study found

  • PSA Screening for Prostate Cancer Dips in Large U.S. Health Network
    (24-Feb-2011)
    Follows 2008 guidelines reporting that aggressive PSA screening had led to harm from unnecessary treatment

  • Rapid Rise in PSA Levels a Poor Predictor of Prostate Cancer: Study
    (24-Feb-2011)
    Measuring changes over time leads to unnecessary biopsies, researchers say

  • Rapid Rise in PSA Levels a Poor Predictor of Prostate Cancer: Study
    (24-Feb-2011)
    Measuring changes over time leads to unnecessary biopsies, researchers say

  • Could Hair Loss at 20 Signal Higher Prostate Cancer Risk?
    (16-Feb-2011)
    Researchers say these men may turn out to be candidates for screening, but more study needed

  • Could Hair Loss at 20 Signal Higher Prostate Cancer Risk?
    (16-Feb-2011)
    Researchers say these men may turn out to be candidates for screening, but more study needed

  • Could Hair Loss at 20 Signal Higher Prostate Cancer Risk?
    (16-Feb-2011)
    Researchers say these men may turn out to be candidates for screening, but more study needed

  • PSA Test Cut-off Could Signal Low-Risk Prostate Cancer
    (16-Feb-2011)
    Another study suggests drug for enlarged prostate might also curb tumor progression

  • PSA Test Cut-off Could Signal Low-Risk Prostate Cancer
    (16-Feb-2011)
    Another study suggests drug for enlarged prostate might also curb tumor progression

  • PSA Test Cut-off Could Signal Low-Risk Prostate Cancer
    (16-Feb-2011)
    Another study suggests drug for enlarged prostate might also curb tumor progression

  • Gift-Giving, for Many Men, Means Avoiding Rejection
    (11-Feb-2011)
    Steering clear of risky presents (and sales clerks) is the goal, behavior expert says

  • Males' Drug-Related Suicide Attempts Vary by Month
    (09-Feb-2011)
    Boys aged 12 to 17, men over 50 most at risk in December, U.S. researchers find

  • Birth Defect Risk Slightly Higher for Kids of Male Cancer Survivors
    (08-Feb-2011)
    But risk is still very low and not affected by the mode of conception, researchers say

  • Birth Defect Risk Slightly Higher for Kids of Male Cancer Survivors
    (08-Feb-2011)
    But risk is still very low and not affected by the mode of conception, researchers say

  • Doctors Issue New Guidelines on Spotting, Treating Enlarged Prostate
    (04-Feb-2011)
    Urologists' group lowers age at which the condition becomes a concern, from 50 to 45

  • Parents Have Stronger Relationship When Dad Plays With Kids
    (02-Feb-2011)
    But when father shared caregiving duties, researchers found conflicts

  • Gardasil Vaccine Guards Against HPV in Boys
    (02-Feb-2011)
    Study finds it gives males same level of protection as females

  • Winning Wrestlers Get Bigger Testosterone Boost After Match
    (02-Feb-2011)
    Hormone also rose in those who lost, but not nearly as much, researchers find

  • Study Examines Reasons Some Black Men Avoid Doctors
    (01-Feb-2011)
    Physicians reportedly don't provide practical advice on how to make needed lifestyle changes

  • Ovarian Cyst Syndrome May Raise Health Risks from Plastics Chemical
    (18-Jan-2011)
    Women with polycystic ovary syndrome may be more vulnerable to effects of BPA in consumer products

  • New Osteoporosis Screening Recommendations Issued
    (17-Jan-2011)
    U.S. Task Force expands guidelines to include younger women at increased risk of bone fractures

  • Sense of Touch May Influence Gender Perception
    (16-Jan-2011)
    Notions of tough, tender may have some bodily truth, researchers say

  • Weight-Loss Surgery May Ease Incontinence in Women
    (13-Jan-2011)
    Study finds no improvement in men's urological, sexual functioning

  • Weight-Loss Surgery May Ease Incontinence in Women
    (13-Jan-2011)
    Study finds no improvement in men's urological, sexual functioning

  • Therapy May Help Cut Incontinence After Prostate Surgery
    (11-Jan-2011)
    Bladder control improves among men with at least year-long problem, study finds

  • Therapy May Help Cut Incontinence After Prostate Surgery
    (11-Jan-2011)
    Bladder control improves among men with at least year-long problem, study finds

  • Therapy May Help Cut Incontinence After Prostate Surgery
    (11-Jan-2011)
    Bladder control improves among men with at least year-long problem, study finds

  • Study Sheds Light on Genetic Risk of MS
    (05-Jan-2011)
    Women more likely than men to have a gene variation linked to the disease, researchers say

  • Stem Cell Defect Might Help Spur Common Baldness
    (04-Jan-2011)
    Finding might someday lead to hair-loss treatments, researchers say

  • Study Gauges Best Treatments for Chronic Pelvic Pain in Men
    (04-Jan-2011)
    Up to 25 percent of men with poorly understood, debilitating syndrome fail to find relief

  • Study Gauges Best Treatments for Chronic Pelvic Pain in Men
    (04-Jan-2011)
    Up to 25 percent of men with poorly understood, debilitating syndrome fail to find relief

  • Study Gauges Best Treatments for Chronic Pelvic Pain in Men
    (04-Jan-2011)
    Up to 25 percent of men with poorly understood, debilitating syndrome fail to find relief

  • Memo to Men: To Live Longer, Take Better Care of Your Body
    (22-Dec-2010)
    Much of what hurts men, health-wise, is preventable, experts say

  • For One Man, It's All About Prevention and Wellness
    (22-Dec-2010)
    Weight, sleep, exercise and more can all play a role in keeping mind and body healthy

  • U.S. Life Expectancy Drops Slightly
    (09-Dec-2010)
    Deaths from stroke, infant mortality decline, federal report finds

  • Many Men Over 75 Still Sexually Active: Study
    (06-Dec-2010)
    Almost a third in Australian report had been active in prior year

  • Many Men Over 75 Still Sexually Active: Study
    (06-Dec-2010)
    Almost a third in Australian report had been active in prior year

  • Scientists Find Protein That May Help Control Prostate Cancer
    (03-Dec-2010)
    Discovery could aid in limiting tumor growth and progression, expert says

  • Medicare Cuts May Have Spurred Drop in Prostate Cancer Treatment
    (03-Dec-2010)
    Use of hormone therapy for low-risk cases fell 40%, study finds

  • Good Looks May Help Land the Interview -- for Men
    (03-Dec-2010)
    But employers may pass on pretty women, study suggests

  • Medicare Cuts May Have Spurred Drop in Prostate Cancer Treatment
    (03-Dec-2010)
    Use of hormone therapy for low-risk cases fell 40%, study finds

  • Scientists Find Protein That May Help Control Prostate Cancer
    (03-Dec-2010)
    Discovery could aid in limiting tumor growth and progression, expert says

  • Scientists Find Protein That May Help Control Prostate Cancer
    (03-Dec-2010)
    Discovery could aid in limiting tumor growth and progression, expert says

  • FDA Panel Votes Against Drugs Said to Prevent Prostate Cancer
    (02-Dec-2010)
    Experts were concerned about rare risk of aggressive tumors in patients using the meds

  • Study Backs 'Active Surveillance' for Low-Risk Prostate Cancer
    (30-Nov-2010)
    But the alternative to immediate treatment isn't for all men, researchers say

  • Study Backs 'Active Surveillance' for Low-Risk Prostate Cancer
    (30-Nov-2010)
    But the alternative to immediate treatment isn't for all men, researchers say

  • Axiron Approved as First Underarm Testosterone Drug
    (24-Nov-2010)
    For men with symptoms of hormone deficiency

  • Medicare Panel Endorses Vaccine for Prostate Cancer Patients
    (17-Nov-2010)
    Provenge extends survival by about four months on average, costs $93,000 per individual

  • A Little Alcohol May Help the Heart: Studies
    (15-Nov-2010)
    But excessive consumption is always damaging, doctors say

  • Women Veterans Less Likely Than Male Peers to Abuse Drugs, Alcohol
    (11-Nov-2010)
    But rates of prescription drug abuse are similar, survey finds

  • Fracture Risk Seen With Hormone Therapy for Prostate Cancer
    (10-Nov-2010)
    Doctors should use androgen deprivation with caution, study says

  • Fracture Risk Seen With Hormone Therapy for Prostate Cancer
    (10-Nov-2010)
    Doctors should use androgen deprivation with caution, study says

  • Could a Prostate Cancer Treatment Raise Colon Cancer Risk?
    (10-Nov-2010)
    Study finds link between hormone Rx, colorectal tumors, but absolute risk is small, experts say

  • Could a Prostate Cancer Treatment Raise Colon Cancer Risk?
    (10-Nov-2010)
    Study finds link between hormone Rx, colorectal tumors, but absolute risk is small, experts say

  • Lung Cancer in Smokers, Nonsmokers May Be a Different Disease
    (09-Nov-2010)
    Tumors in people who never smoked had more genetic abnormalities, study says

  • Use of Prostate Cancer Treatment Fell When Medicare Paid Docs Less
    (03-Nov-2010)
    Financial incentives influence treatment rates, study finds

  • Use of Prostate Cancer Treatment Fell When Medicare Paid Docs Less
    (03-Nov-2010)
    Financial incentives influence treatment rates, study finds

  • Dad's Family History of Breast, Ovarian Cancer Matters, Too
    (29-Oct-2010)
    But study found women with paternal family history 5 times less likely to be referred to counseling

  • Younger Men Not Going to the Doctor Enough, Survey Shows
    (29-Oct-2010)
    Older men were more likely to go for needed visits

  • Plastics Chemical BPA Tied to Poor Sperm Quality
    (28-Oct-2010)
    But industry rep counters that study of Chinese workers isn't relevant to U.S. consumers

  • For Black Men, Haircuts Might Also Cut High Blood Pressure
    (26-Oct-2010)
    Barbers who offer BP checks help customers beat hypertension, study finds

  • Dietary Fats Seem to Affect Sperm Quality
    (26-Oct-2010)
    Harvard researchers found downside to saturated and monounsaturated fats

  • Aspirin May Help Patients Beat Prostate Cancer
    (25-Oct-2010)
    Retrospective study found blood thinners associated with 50 percent cut in death rate

  • PSA Test Reduces Risk of Spread if Prostate Cancer Strikes
    (25-Oct-2010)
    Study found screening showed benefit, despite debate about its usefulness

  • PSA Test Reduces Risk of Spread if Prostate Cancer Strikes
    (25-Oct-2010)
    Study found screening showed benefit, despite debate about its usefulness

  • Estrogen May Boost Women's Recovery From Trauma
    (21-Oct-2010)
    Men less likely to survive serious injuries because of different hormones, study finds

  • Estrogen May Boost Women's Recovery From Trauma
    (21-Oct-2010)
    Men less likely to survive serious injuries because of different hormones, study finds

  • Low Testosterone May Raise Risk of Early Death: Study
    (20-Oct-2010)
    Even borderline levels of the hormone seem to put men at risk, researchers say

  • FDA Calls for New Warnings on Some Prostate Cancer Drugs
    (20-Oct-2010)
    Hormonal meds linked to slight increase in risk of heart disease, diabetes

  • Low Testosterone May Raise Risk of Early Death: Study
    (20-Oct-2010)
    Even borderline levels of the hormone seem to put men at risk, researchers say

  • When It Comes to Math, Females Are as Smart as Males
    (13-Oct-2010)
    Study of nearly 1.3 million students finds no difference in abilities

  • Common Prostate Cancer Treatment Linked to Bone Decay
    (08-Oct-2010)
    'Virtual bone biopsies' used in study may one day help predict fracture risk, researchers say

  • Women Sweat Less Readily Than Men
    (08-Oct-2010)
    Finding may explain why heat waves hit females harder, researchers say

  • Common Prostate Cancer Treatment Linked to Bone Decay
    (08-Oct-2010)
    'Virtual bone biopsies' used in study may one day help predict fracture risk, researchers say

  • Survey Sees Gender Differences in Vision IQ
    (07-Oct-2010)
    Men and women agree on value of eye exams and carrots, but shared vision of optical health a little fuzzy

  • Gene Variations Appear Linked to Prostate Cancer, Study Finds
    (07-Oct-2010)
    Screening for these abnormalities might ID men at risk, researchers hope

  • More Americans Drinking More Alcohol
    (06-Oct-2010)
    Among women, whites more likely than Hispanics, blacks to down 5 or more drinks a day, study finds

  • Workplace Noise Tied to Heart Disease Risk
    (06-Oct-2010)
    Young men who smoke are among those at highest risk, study finds

  • Testosterone Could Boost Health of Heart Failure Patients
    (05-Oct-2010)
    Hormone seemed to help women but more study is needed, researchers say

  • Most Men Unaware of Breast Cancer Risk in Males: Survey
    (30-Sep-2010)
    None of those deemed at higher risk had been told by their doctor, small study found

  • Genetic Glitch Tied to Disrupted Sperm Production
    (30-Sep-2010)
    Mutation could affect 4 percent of infertile men, experts say

  • Experimental Test May Spot Prostate Cancer Earlier, More Accurately
    (29-Sep-2010)
    Findings are preliminary, and study authors say it could be years before test is available commercially

  • Experimental Test May Spot Prostate Cancer Earlier, More Accurately
    (29-Sep-2010)
    Findings are preliminary, and study authors say it could be years before test is available commercially

  • Experimental Test May Spot Prostate Cancer Earlier, More Accurately
    (29-Sep-2010)
    Findings are preliminary, and study authors say it could be years before test is available commercially

  • Male Partners of Breast Cancer Patients May Suffer Depression
    (27-Sep-2010)
    These men were more likely than peers to be hospitalized for mood disorders, study finds

  • Surgery a Help for Aggressive Prostate Cancer: Study
    (27-Sep-2010)
    Researchers report radical prostatectomy can extend survival rates

  • No Gender-Based Difference Seen in Anti-HIV Drug Response
    (20-Sep-2010)
    But strategies needed to keep women enrolled in research studies, study authors stressed

  • Uninsured With Prostate Cancer Diagnosed With More Advanced Disease
    (17-Sep-2010)
    Patients on Medicaid also more likely to have more severe cases, study finds

  • Men With Low PSA at 60 Might Not Need Further Screening
    (15-Sep-2010)
    Odds of developing aggressive prostate cancer, dying from it before 85 very small, study shows

  • Men With Low PSA at 60 Might Not Need Further Screening
    (15-Sep-2010)
    Odds of developing aggressive prostate cancer, dying from it before 85 very small, study shows

  • Men With Low PSA at 60 Might Not Need Further Screening
    (15-Sep-2010)
    Odds of developing aggressive prostate cancer, dying from it before 85 very small, study shows

  • Prostate Cancer Screening No Benefit to Older Men With Low PSA Levels
    (13-Sep-2010)
    Further testing, early cancer detection strategies more likely to do harm than good, researchers say

  • 10% of 2010 Winter Olympians Suffered Injuries
    (09-Sep-2010)
    Bobsledding, ice hockey, alpine freestyle skiing proved among most dangerous sports, study says

  • Smoking Could Harm Sperm, Study Finds
    (09-Sep-2010)
    Other research suggests women who smoke while pregnant impair sons' fertility

  • Young Parents May Be Especially Prone to Depression
    (08-Sep-2010)
    Greatest risk is during first year after child is born, researchers say

  • Men Seem More Susceptible to Memory Problems Than Women
    (08-Sep-2010)
    Among elderly, rate of mild impairment was 1.5 times higher in males, study finds

  • Working Overtime Adds to Heart Risk for Out-of-Shape Men
    (08-Sep-2010)
    But being physically fit seems to protect those who work longer hours, researchers say

  • To Not Sleep, Perchance to Shorten Your Life
    (01-Sep-2010)
    Study finds insomniac men were more likely to die earlier

  • Older Diabetes Patients Still Sexually Active, Study Finds
    (27-Aug-2010)
    But many have unaddressed sexual problems that may impair their quality of life, expert says

  • Widely Used Plastics Chemical Linked to Testosterone Boost
    (26-Aug-2010)
    Greater exposure to BPA associated with slight rise in hormone levels in men, researchers say

  • Widely Used Plastics Chemical Linked to Testosterone Boost
    (26-Aug-2010)
    Greater exposure to BPA associated with slight rise in hormone levels in men, researchers say

  • Study Suggests Statins Could Help Some With Normal Cholesterol
    (25-Aug-2010)
    These people have elevated levels of high sensitivity C-reactive protein, researchers say

  • Many With Chronic Pain Get Inadequate Relief, Study Finds
    (18-Aug-2010)
    Black patients likely to be prescribed fewer meds and women get lower doses, research shows

  • Culture a Big Influence on Suicidal Behavior: Expert
    (13-Aug-2010)
    Efforts at prevention should take societal patterns into account, research suggests

  • Docs Shying Away From Drug That May Prevent Prostate Cancer
    (12-Aug-2010)
    Erroneous fear that finasteride spurs more aggressive tumors has left some physicians wary, research shows

  • Competing For a Mate May Shorten Men's Lives, Study Suggests
    (10-Aug-2010)
    Growing up in environments where males outnumber females linked to 3 months less life span

  • Narcissistic Men Typically Direct Their Rage at Straight Women
    (06-Aug-2010)
    Self-centered, entitled men see women as gold diggers, teases, experts claim

  • Statins, Painkillers May Upset PSA Test Results
    (06-Aug-2010)
    Common medications might affect prostate cancer diagnoses, researchers say

  • Statins, Painkillers May Upset PSA Test Results
    (06-Aug-2010)
    Common medications might affect prostate cancer diagnoses, researchers say

  • Vaccine Boosts Survival for Men With Advanced Prostate Cancer: Study
    (28-Jul-2010)
    But FDA-approved Provenge remains very expensive, experts note

  • Most Men With Low-Risk Prostate Cancer Treated Aggressively, Study Shows
    (26-Jul-2010)
    Many would do just as well with watchful waiting, researchers say

  • Most Men With Low-Risk Prostate Cancer Treated Aggressively, Study Shows
    (26-Jul-2010)
    Many would do just as well with watchful waiting, researchers say

  • Most Men With Low-Risk Prostate Cancer Treated Aggressively, Study Shows
    (26-Jul-2010)
    Many would do just as well with watchful waiting, researchers say

  • Human Sperm Gene Hasn't Changed for 600 Million Years
    (15-Jul-2010)
    This DNA is shared across species and seems 'so important it can't change,' researcher says

  • Sleep Apnea Could Raise Heart Risks for Older Men
    (12-Jul-2010)
    From middle age to age 70, the sleep-time breathing disorder could pose a hazard, study suggests

  • Drugs Like Viagra Linked to Higher Rates of STDs
    (06-Jul-2010)
    But it's the behavior, not the medication, that's to blame, researchers say

  • Drugs Like Viagra Linked to Higher Rates of STDs
    (06-Jul-2010)
    But it's the behavior, not the medication, that's to blame, researchers say

  • Breast Cancer Gene May Raise Men's Risk, Too
    (06-Jul-2010)
    Males with faulty BRCA2 have 1 in 12 chance of the illness by age 80, study finds

  • Drugs Like Viagra Linked to Higher Rates of STDs
    (06-Jul-2010)
    But it's the behavior, not the medication, that's to blame, researchers say

  • PSA Test Does Cut Prostate Cancer Deaths, Study Finds
    (01-Jul-2010)
    Swedish report adds to controversy over the usefulness of the blood screen

  • Genes Tied to Hair Loss Disorder
    (30-Jun-2010)
    Findings may pave way for new treatments for alopecia areata, researchers say

  • Genes Tied to Hair Loss Disorder
    (30-Jun-2010)
    Findings may pave way for new treatments for alopecia areata, researchers say

  • Testosterone Gel Could Raise Heart Risks in Frail, Older Men
    (30-Jun-2010)
    But study was small and effect may not be similar in men generally, experts say

  • Gaining Weight Later in Life Ups Diabetes Risk
    (22-Jun-2010)
    Increased waist circumference also increases type 2 chances, study finds

  • Plastics Chemical BPA Tied to Ovarian Cysts
    (21-Jun-2010)
    Women with the problem had higher levels of BPA, but study can't confirm cause-and-effect, experts say

  • Higher Testosterone Tied to Heart Trouble in Older Men
    (21-Jun-2010)
    Further study may unravel whether hormone levels actually cause the problem, researcher says

  • On Father's Day, Give Dad Gift of Health
    (18-Jun-2010)
    Staying healthy is part of being a good dad, expert suggests

  • On Father's Day, Give Dad Gift of Health
    (18-Jun-2010)
    Staying healthy is part of being a good dad, expert suggests

  • 'Watchful Waiting' Often Best Strategy for Slow-Moving Prostate Cancer
    (18-Jun-2010)
    Surgery, radiation not always ideal for many with low risk disease, researchers find

  • Low Testosterone in Older Men Less Common Than Thought
    (16-Jun-2010)
    Study does find some association between nine symptoms and 'male menopause'

  • Obesity Can Take Toll on Sex Life
    (16-Jun-2010)
    Stigma may lead to fewer sexual encounters, poorer sexual health, study finds

  • Low Testosterone in Older Men Less Common Than Thought
    (16-Jun-2010)
    Study does find some association between nine symptoms and 'male menopause'

  • Low Testosterone in Older Men Less Common Than Thought
    (16-Jun-2010)
    Study does find some association between nine symptoms and 'male menopause'

  • Females May Be Naturally More Prone to Stress: Animal Study
    (15-Jun-2010)
    A male-only protein found in rats helps control stress signals in the brain, research shows

  • 'Normal' Blood Pressure in Male Teens a Warning Sign
    (14-Jun-2010)
    Those with slight hike more likely than girls to develop hypertension later, study shows

  • Teen Boys Who Attempt Suicide More Likely to Abuse as Adults
    (14-Jun-2010)
    Men with this history are more prone to hit and injure partner, study shows

  • After Vasectomy, Single Test Might Give All-Clear
    (11-Jun-2010)
    Any remaining sperm appear to be inconsequential, study finds

  • Men May Be More Vulnerable to Roller Coaster Ride of Romance
    (11-Jun-2010)
    Study found young males felt ups and downs of relationships more deeply than young women

  • After Vasectomy, Single Test Might Give All-Clear
    (11-Jun-2010)
    Any remaining sperm appear to be inconsequential, study finds

  • Black Men at Greater Risk of Aggressive Prostate Tumors: Study
    (02-Jun-2010)
    Expert urges more vigilance starting at age 40 in this group

  • Size of Prostate Tumor Linked to Patients' Weight
    (02-Jun-2010)
    Biggest, and perhaps more aggressive ones, found in heaviest men, study says

  • New Tests for Prostate Cancer Might Bring More Certainty
    (02-Jun-2010)
    Gene-based screens could reduce unnecessary biopsies, worry, researchers say

  • Dangers Lurk in Impotence Drugs Sold on Web
    (01-Jun-2010)
    Study finds many contain toxins, or too much/too little of the active ingredient

  • Male 'Pill' Still a Ways Off
    (01-Jun-2010)
    Shutting down sperm production has proved complicated, experts say

  • Vitamins Fail to Protect Men Against Bladder Cancer
    (01-Jun-2010)
    Little is known about anticancer benefits of supplements, researchers caution

  • Radiation for Prostate Cancer May Boost Fracture Risk
    (01-Jun-2010)
    Study found treatment hiked hip fractures by 58 percent

  • Value of Monitoring Low-Risk Prostate Cancer Assessed
    (01-Jun-2010)
    'Watchful waiting' may be option for some men, expert suggests

  • Tracking PSA Test Results Over Time Gives Clues to Cancer
    (01-Jun-2010)
    Method may help doctors spot aggressive prostate tumors, researchers say

  • Dangers Lurk in Impotence Drugs Sold on Web
    (01-Jun-2010)
    Study finds many contain toxins, or too much/too little of the active ingredient

  • Prostate Cancer Vaccine Shows Few Side Effects
    (01-Jun-2010)
    And it extends life for men with advanced disease, researchers say

  • Testosterone May Make Women Less Trusting
    (25-May-2010)
    Finding could help in understanding the brain's role in trust

  • Scientists Spot Real 'Smoking Gun' in Prostate Cancer
    (21-May-2010)
    Gene fusion may be behind disease, not androgen receptors, study suggests

  • Fat in Males, Females Differs Genetically, Mouse Study Shows
    (20-May-2010)
    Finding might explain why men store fat around belly, women around the hips

  • Fat in Males, Females Differs Genetically, Mouse Study Shows
    (20-May-2010)
    Finding might explain why men store fat around belly, women around the hips

  • Confiding Eases Older Men's Stress Over Sexual Problems
    (19-May-2010)
    Unlike women, men found solace in talks with partners and friends, researchers found

  • Viagra Linked to Hearing Loss
    (19-May-2010)
    Study found men on medication were twice as likely to develop problem

  • Postpartum Depression Can Strike New Dads
    (18-May-2010)
    1 in 10 men is affected, and a depressed partner can raise the risk, study finds

  • Viagra May Aid Those With Lung Fibrosis
    (18-May-2010)
    Breathing improved for some taking sildenafil marketed as Revatio, study finds

  • Men, Women May Respond Differently to Vaccines
    (17-May-2010)
    Frequency, severity of adverse effects vary between genders, researcher says

  • Women Who Marry Younger Men May Die Earlier
    (13-May-2010)
    The reverse was true for males tying the knot with younger females, study found

  • Suicide Leading Cause of Violent Death: CDC
    (13-May-2010)
    Homicide was second-leading cause, 16-state survey found

  • Impotence Drugs May Aid Brain Tumor Treatment
    (12-May-2010)
    Levitra, Viagra allowed anti-cancer medication to more easily penetrate brain barrier, study found

  • Impotence Drugs May Aid Brain Tumor Treatment
    (12-May-2010)
    Levitra, Viagra allowed anti-cancer medication to more easily penetrate brain barrier, study found

  • As FDA Eyes Prostate Cancer Drugs, Experts Urge Caution
    (04-May-2010)
    Hormonal meds linked to heart risks, but men should not abandon them

  • FDA Reviews Side Effects From Prostate Cancer Therapy
    (03-May-2010)
    Doctors urged to consider risks of hormone treatment, inform patients

  • FDA Reviews Side Effects From Prostate Cancer Therapy
    (03-May-2010)
    Doctors urged to consider risks of hormone treatment, inform patients

  • Prostate Cancer Test a Flop in Study
    (03-May-2010)
    Doesn't distinguish aggressive tumors from slow-moving malignancies

  • Prostate Cancer Test a Flop in Study
    (03-May-2010)
    Doesn't distinguish aggressive tumors from slow-moving malignancies

  • Prostate Cancer Test a Flop in Study
    (03-May-2010)
    Doesn't distinguish aggressive tumors from slow-moving malignancies

  • Prostate Cancer Test a Flop in Study
    (03-May-2010)
    Doesn't distinguish aggressive tumors from slow-moving malignancies

  • Low Testosterone Raises Heart Death Rates in Impotent Men
    (29-Apr-2010)
    Obese patients with erectile dysfunction also at higher risk for cardiac events, research shows

  • Low Testosterone Raises Heart Death Rates in Impotent Men
    (29-Apr-2010)
    Obese patients with erectile dysfunction also at higher risk for cardiac events, research shows

  • Prostate Cancer Vaccine Gains FDA Approval
    (29-Apr-2010)
    Breakthrough approach lengthens survival, to varying degrees, for men with advanced disease, studies found

  • Low Testosterone Raises Heart Death Rates in Impotent Men
    (29-Apr-2010)
    Obese patients with erectile dysfunction also at higher risk for cardiac events, research shows

  • New Clues Shed Light on Sperm Function, Male Fertility
    (28-Apr-2010)
    Researchers uncover key proteins in mice that could lead to new birth control for men

  • Typical Male Behavior Comes From Estrogen, Too
    (28-Apr-2010)
    Both male and female hormones play role in making men masculine, research shows

  • Prostate Cancer Vaccine May Get FDA Approval
    (27-Apr-2010)
    Breakthrough approach lengthens survival, to varying degrees, for men with advanced disease, studies found

  • Remedy Needed for Overdiagnosis of Cancers
    (22-Apr-2010)
    New review finds significant number of mammograms, PSA tests spot tumors that don't need treating

  • Weight Gain, Smoking May Make Prostate Cancer Deadlier
    (20-Apr-2010)
    Men who put on pounds after prostatectomy nearly double odds of recurrence, one study finds

  • Do Statins Lower Male Sex Drive?
    (15-Apr-2010)
    Italian study says yes, but earlier U.S. study had different conclusion

  • Chlamydia Often Overlooked in Young Men
    (15-Apr-2010)
    British study says poor management of related condition leaves many undiagnosed

  • Hormone Therapy May Fight Resistant Prostate Cancer
    (15-Apr-2010)
    Experimental treatment offers hope against cancer that returns after castration

  • Do Statins Lower Male Sex Drive?
    (15-Apr-2010)
    Italian study says yes, but earlier U.S. study had different conclusion

  • Hormone Therapy May Fight Resistant Prostate Cancer
    (15-Apr-2010)
    Experimental treatment offers hope against cancer that returns after castration

  • Study Offers Insights Into Male Pattern Baldness
    (14-Apr-2010)
    Finding could lead to better treatment for hair loss conditions, experts say

  • Prostate Cancer Patients at Higher Risk of Blood Clots
    (14-Apr-2010)
    Dangers were greatest for those on hormone therapy, study found

  • Prostate Cancer Patients at Higher Risk of Blood Clots
    (14-Apr-2010)
    Dangers were greatest for those on hormone therapy, study found

  • Even Mild Sleep Apnea Raises Stroke Risk in Men
    (08-Apr-2010)
    Risk may stem from cumulative effect over many years, study suggests

  • Your Social Network Affects Your Drinking Habits
    (05-Apr-2010)
    Heavy drinkers tend to have friends, relatives who also drink, study finds

  • Unvaccinated Boys at Risk of Mumps-Linked Testicular Problem
    (02-Apr-2010)
    Testicles can swell or atrophy as a result, researchers say

  • Study Revives Debate on Prostate Drug
    (31-Mar-2010)
    Experts disagree on whether medication cuts cancer risk

  • Study Revives Debate on Prostate Drug
    (31-Mar-2010)
    Experts disagree on whether medication cuts cancer risk

  • Study Revives Debate on Prostate Drug
    (31-Mar-2010)
    Experts disagree on whether medication cuts cancer risk

  • Study Revives Debate on Prostate Drug
    (31-Mar-2010)
    Experts disagree on whether medication cuts cancer risk

  • Infertility Raises Risk of More Aggressive Prostate Cancer
    (22-Mar-2010)
    Study found infertile men were 2.6 times more likely to get more dangerous disease

  • Gays, Lesbians Excluded From Some Medical Studies
    (17-Mar-2010)
    Research into sexual health tends to omit them, report finds

  • Abusive Men Often Rationalize Their Behavior
    (17-Mar-2010)
    Many think domestic violence is much more common than it is, researchers say

  • Cancer Articles Tend to Focus on Positive Outcomes
    (16-Mar-2010)
    Newspaper, magazine stories shy away from negative side effects, end-of-life care, review finds

  • Treat Women With Heart Attack Just Like Men: Study
    (16-Mar-2010)
    That will increase their odds of survival, experts say

  • Relief Sought for Secondary Parkinson's Symptoms
    (15-Mar-2010)
    New guidelines target erectile dysfunction, constipation and more

  • Erectile Dysfunction Plus Heart Disease Raises Death Risk
    (15-Mar-2010)
    Study confirms that impotence is a risk factor for heart trouble

  • As You Age, Better Health Means Better Sex
    (10-Mar-2010)
    Association held true for people well into their 80s, study found

  • Scientists Find Key to Hormone-Resistant Prostate Tumors
    (10-Mar-2010)
    Discovery in mouse study may someday extend men's lives

  • Scientists Find Key to Hormone-Resistant Prostate Tumors
    (10-Mar-2010)
    Discovery in mouse study may someday extend men's lives

  • Scientists Find Key to Hormone-Resistant Prostate Tumors
    (10-Mar-2010)
    Discovery in mouse study may someday extend men's lives

  • Doctor's Specialty Often Steers Prostate Cancer Care
    (09-Mar-2010)
    Therapy choice is influenced by physicians' preferences, research suggests

  • New Prostate Cancer Guidelines Aim to Empower the Patient
    (05-Mar-2010)
    Diagnostic test not infallible, can lead to unneeded treatments with unwanted side effects

  • New Drugs, Approaches Offer Hope Against Prostate Cancer
    (04-Mar-2010)
    Experimental medicine shows promise, new test might cut unnecessary biopsies, researchers say

  • New Prostate Cancer Screening Guidelines Unveiled
    (03-Mar-2010)
    American Cancer Society now suggests those with PSA of less than 2.5 be tested every two years

  • New Prostate Cancer Screening Guidelines Unveiled
    (03-Mar-2010)
    American Cancer Society now suggests those with PSA of less than 2.5 be tested every two years

  • New Prostate Cancer Screening Guidelines Unveiled
    (03-Mar-2010)
    American Cancer Society now suggests those with PSA of less than 2.5 be tested every two years

  • Generic Flomax Approved for Enlarged Prostate
    (02-Mar-2010)
    A common condition in older men

  • Generic Flomax Approved for Enlarged Prostate
    (02-Mar-2010)
    A common condition in older men

  • Obesity, Lack of Exercise Heighten Arthritis Risk for Women
    (25-Feb-2010)
    Rates of the condition are higher in U.S. than Canada, study finds

  • Testicular Cancer Survivors May Have Hormone Deficiency
    (22-Feb-2010)
    Too little testosterone can affect quality of life, researchers say

  • Advance Toward Test for Aggressive Prostate Cancer
    (15-Feb-2010)
    Scientists find gene that drives tumor spread, say it could be target for screening

  • Prostate Cancer Diagnosis Raises Suicide Risk
    (03-Feb-2010)
    Patients' odds for cardiovascular death also go up after they get the news, study finds

  • Experts Issue Warning on Prostate Hormone Therapy
    (01-Feb-2010)
    People underestimate effect on heart from androgen deprivation, official says

  • Experts Issue Warning on Prostate Hormone Therapy
    (01-Feb-2010)
    People underestimate effect on heart from androgen deprivation, official says

  • Experts Issue Warning on Prostate Hormone Therapy
    (01-Feb-2010)
    People underestimate effect on heart from androgen deprivation, official says

  • Experts Issue Warning on Prostate Hormone Therapy
    (01-Feb-2010)
    People underestimate effect on heart from androgen deprivation, official says

  • Fake Drugs Bought on the Web Pose Big Health Risks
    (29-Jan-2010)
    2.5 million men in Europe alone may have taken counterfeit Viagra, study says

  • Fake Drugs Bought on the Web Pose Big Health Risks
    (29-Jan-2010)
    2.5 million men in Europe alone may have taken counterfeit Viagra, study says

  • New Scan May Help Find Aggressive Prostate Tumors
    (27-Jan-2010)
    Process is among several that use a variation of MRI technology

  • New Scan May Help Find Aggressive Prostate Tumors
    (27-Jan-2010)
    Process is among several that use a variation of MRI technology

  • More Proof Exercise Leads to Healthier Aging
    (25-Jan-2010)
    Good for the mind and body, series of studies finds

  • Erectile Dysfunction Predicts Heart Disease
    (18-Jan-2010)
    Experts urge more doctors to ask simple question of male patients

  • Women's Natural Scent Most Attractive to Men
    (18-Jan-2010)
    Male hormonal response strongest during female ovulation, study finds

  • Health Agencies Express Concern Over BPA
    (15-Jan-2010)
    HHS, FDA pledge funds for more research on the common plastics chemical

  • Race, Weight May Influence Success of Prostate Surgery
    (15-Jan-2010)
    Among diabetic men undergoing prostatectomy, obese whites have worse outcomes, study finds

  • Taking Viagra Won't Spur Risky Sexual Behavior
    (13-Jan-2010)
    Men in the general population use the drug responsibly, study finds

  • Taking Viagra Won't Spur Risky Sexual Behavior
    (13-Jan-2010)
    Men in the general population use the drug responsibly, study finds

  • Genetic Marker for Aggressive Prostate Cancer Found
    (11-Jan-2010)
    Variant could be used to guide treatment, researchers suggest

  • Health Tip: Why People Lose Their Hair
    (05-Jan-2010)
    Possible reasons behind excessive hair loss

  • Restless Legs Linked to Erectile Dysfunction
    (05-Jan-2010)
    But it's not clear how the two disorders are connected, researchers say

  • Health Care Reform, Swine Flu Top Health News for 2009
    (01-Jan-2010)
    Furor over cancer screening changes and lifting of embryonic stem cell ban also grabbed headlines

  • Study Debunks Notion of 'Healthy Obese' Man
    (28-Dec-2009)
    Heart risks may take years to show up, but they're there, study finds

  • Breast Growth in Boys Might Be Linked to Plastics Chemical
    (15-Dec-2009)
    But it's still too early to say that phthalates actually cause the condition, experts say

  • Beer Ingredient Eyed in Prostate Cancer Prevention
    (09-Dec-2009)
    But experiments in rats should not encourage guys to drink up, experts say

  • Coffee, Exercise Fight Prostate Cancer
    (08-Dec-2009)
    Studies show improved survival among men who partake regularly

  • Testosterone Gets Bad Rap: Study
    (08-Dec-2009)
    The male sex hormone causes status-seeking behavior, but not aggression, researchers say

  • U.S. Cancer Cases, Deaths Continue to Drop
    (08-Dec-2009)
    Report says lifestyle changes, better screening and treatment explain decrease

  • U.S. Cancer Cases, Deaths Continue to Drop
    (08-Dec-2009)
    Report says lifestyle changes, better screening and treatment explain decrease

  • U.S. Cancer Cases, Deaths Continue to Drop
    (08-Dec-2009)
    Report says lifestyle changes, better screening and treatment explain decrease

  • Prostate Hormone Therapy May Up Heart Risks
    (07-Dec-2009)
    Experts urge more awareness that long-term use has consequences

  • Hormonal Drugs Cool Hot Flashes From Prostate Cancer Therapy
    (07-Dec-2009)
    Medroxyprogesterone wins out in comparison study

  • Prostate Hormone Therapy May Up Heart Risks
    (07-Dec-2009)
    Experts urge more awareness that long-term use has consequences

  • Prostate Hormone Therapy May Up Heart Risks
    (07-Dec-2009)
    Experts urge more awareness that long-term use has consequences

  • Prostate Hormone Therapy May Up Heart Risks
    (07-Dec-2009)
    Experts urge more awareness that long-term use has consequences

  • Prostate Hormone Therapy May Up Heart Risks
    (07-Dec-2009)
    Experts urge more awareness that long-term use has consequences

  • Baby Boys May Be at Risk From Mom's Bug Spray Use
    (02-Dec-2009)
    Insect repellents suspected in birth defect that affects male urethra, researchers say

  • Stifled Anger at Work Doubles Men's Risk for Heart Attack
    (24-Nov-2009)
    More open on-the-job interaction might ease the problem, researchers say

  • Recent Cancer Screening Changes Leave Many Confused
    (24-Nov-2009)
    But experts say science is behind reasoning that testing less is OK

  • Spray May Delay Ejaculation
    (19-Nov-2009)
    Using five minutes before intercourse significantly postponed orgasm, study finds

  • Viagra Helpful for Children With Heart Defect
    (17-Nov-2009)
    Pumping ability improved with sildenafil in study group

  • Sudden Cardiac Death Much More Likely to Strike Men
    (16-Nov-2009)
    Males have triple the odds than women, study finds, and black men are especially prone

  • BPA Tied to Impotence in Men
    (11-Nov-2009)
    Chinese factory worker study suggests more potential hazards from the plastics chemical

  • BPA Tied to Impotence in Men
    (11-Nov-2009)
    Chinese factory worker study suggests more potential hazards from the plastics chemical

  • Scientists Grow New Penile Tissue in the Lab
    (09-Nov-2009)
    Rabbits implanted with new cells regained sexual function, study says

  • Hormone Therapy Can Help Some With Prostate Cancer
    (02-Nov-2009)
    But often not needed for early-stage patients, long-running study shows

  • Is Smoking Tougher on Women?
    (25-Oct-2009)
    Research suggests they're more susceptible to dangers of tobacco

  • Guidelines Urge Use of Erectile Dysfunction Drugs
    (22-Oct-2009)
    Which product to prescribe depends on patient preferences, experts say

  • Guidelines Urge Use of Erectile Dysfunction Drugs
    (22-Oct-2009)
    Which product to prescribe depends on patient preferences, experts say

  • Guidelines Urge Use of Erectile Dysfunction Drugs
    (22-Oct-2009)
    Which product to prescribe depends on patient preferences, experts say

  • Suicidal Thoughts May Vary by Antidepressant
    (15-Oct-2009)
    Men face higher risk when taking nortriptyline than escitalopram, study finds

  • Impotence, Incontinence Risk Casts Doubt on High-Tech Prostate Surgery
    (13-Oct-2009)
    Marketing is buoying use of the technique, researchers say, but surgeon's experience is key

  • Dental Plaque Buildup May Raise Heart Risk in Black Men
    (02-Oct-2009)
    White blood cell activity increases in these patients when oral hygiene is neglected, study finds

  • Men Not Being Told Enough About PSA Tests
    (28-Sep-2009)
    Pros, cons of cancer screen not understood, research shows

  • Men Not Being Told Enough About PSA Tests
    (28-Sep-2009)
    Pros, cons of cancer screen not understood, research shows

  • Men Not Being Told Enough About PSA Tests
    (28-Sep-2009)
    Pros, cons of cancer screen not understood, research shows

  • Spider Venom -- The Next Way to Treat Impotence?
    (25-Sep-2009)
    Toxin from the deadly Brazilian wandering spider may improve erections, researchers say

  • Studies Find PSA Screening Unreliable
    (25-Sep-2009)
    Men need to know pros, cons to make informed choice about prostate cancer test, experts say

  • Studies Find PSA Screening Unreliable
    (25-Sep-2009)
    Men need to know pros, cons to make informed choice about prostate cancer test, experts say

  • Studies Find PSA Screening Unreliable
    (25-Sep-2009)
    Men need to know pros, cons to make informed choice about prostate cancer test, experts say

  • Spider Venom -- The Next Way to Treat Impotence?
    (25-Sep-2009)
    Toxin from the deadly Brazilian wandering spider may improve erections, researchers say

  • Hormone Therapy for Prostate Cancer Raises Heart Risks
    (22-Sep-2009)
    Treatment methods should take into account side effects, researchers say

  • Genetics Linked to Early Sexual Activity in Kids
    (18-Sep-2009)
    Impulsive traits may be passed down from parents, research shows

  • Topical Cream for Erectile Dysfunction Shows Promise
    (18-Sep-2009)
    It could become alternative for men who can't tolerate pills, researchers say

  • Middle-Age Heart Risk Factors Shorten Men's Lives
    (18-Sep-2009)
    Smoking, hypertension, high cholesterol cut 10 years of life, study finds

  • For Hispanics, a Unique Cancer Profile Emerges
    (15-Sep-2009)
    Report finds they're less likely to die of cancer but more apt to have certain malignancies

  • Watchful Waiting Works for Older Men With Prostate Cancer
    (15-Sep-2009)
    But experts stress the same does not hold true for patients under 60

  • Watchful Waiting Works for Older Men With Prostate Cancer
    (15-Sep-2009)
    But experts stress the same does not hold true for patients under 60

  • Watchful Waiting Works for Older Men With Prostate Cancer
    (15-Sep-2009)
    But experts stress the same does not hold true for patients under 60

  • FDA Panel Backs Giving HPV Vaccine Gardasil to Young Males
    (10-Sep-2009)
    The advisors also recommend approval of second HPV vaccine, Cervarix, to prevent cervical cancer

  • Getting Closer to the Origins of Prostate Cancer
    (09-Sep-2009)
    Newly discovered stem cell, common STD could help spur tumors, studies find

  • Virus May Drive Some Prostate Cancers
    (08-Sep-2009)
    Testing for XMRV might help spot more aggressive disease, experts say

  • Acupuncture May Help Relieve Polycystic Ovary Syndrome
    (04-Sep-2009)
    Exercise also improves symptoms and related risk factors, study finds

  • Prostate Cancer Over-Diagnosed: Study
    (01-Sep-2009)
    The result is over-treatment for many men, researchers say

  • Adult Weight Gain Tied to Prostate Cancer Risk
    (01-Sep-2009)
    White men risk more aggressive tumors if pounds mount up in 20s, 30s, study finds

  • Whole Grains, Bran May Fight Hypertension in Men
    (28-Aug-2009)
    New findings replicate similar data for women, experts say

  • Hormone Therapy for Early Prostate Cancer Not Always Best
    (25-Aug-2009)
    Study finds treatment raises death risk in those who also have heart disease

  • HPV Vaccine Could Prevent Many Penile Cancers
    (25-Aug-2009)
    Nearly half of the tumors are caused by strains covered by the shot, study finds

  • Testosterone Therapy May Help Men With Heart Failure
    (24-Aug-2009)
    Injections of male hormone boosted cardiac performance in Italian study

  • Testosterone Influences Women's Career Moves
    (24-Aug-2009)
    Those with higher levels of the male hormone take more risks, research finds

  • Testosterone Therapy May Help Men With Heart Failure
    (24-Aug-2009)
    Injections of male hormone boosted cardiac performance in Italian study

  • Sex Hormone Levels Linked to Fractures in Men
    (14-Aug-2009)
    Testing for estradiol, testosterone and SHBG could predict those at risk, expert says

  • Sex Hormone Levels Linked to Fractures in Men
    (14-Aug-2009)
    Testing for estradiol, testosterone and SHBG could predict those at risk, expert says

  • When It Comes to Casual Sex, Men Aren't So Picky
    (12-Aug-2009)
    Women place greater emphasis on good looks, study finds

  • For Macho Men, Doctor Visits Are Less Likely
    (11-Aug-2009)
    Not showing pain, weakness can stop them from getting health care, study suggests

  • New Bone-Building Drug Promising Against Prostate Cancer
    (11-Aug-2009)
    Monoclonal antibody denosumab counters effects of hormone therapy, study finds

  • Young Moms Follow Their Mother's Parenting Style
    (10-Aug-2009)
    Fathers don't seem swayed by the maternal influence, survey finds

  • Drinking Moderately or More Ups Men's Cancer Risk
    (07-Aug-2009)
    Canadian study links regular alcohol consumption to six cancers

  • Men With Angina Do Worse Than Women
    (06-Aug-2009)
    Doubled rate of heart attack, tripled rate of death seen in study

  • Urine Test for Chlamydia Shown Effective in Men
    (28-Jul-2009)
    Experts say quick results make it better than existing methods

  • Viagra Trial for Sickle Cell Lung Problems Halted
    (28-Jul-2009)
    Safety concern from side effects prompts action by U.S. government

  • Most Not Worried by Delayed Prostate Cancer Therapy
    (27-Jul-2009)
    Little anxiety noted in survey of men who opt out of aggressive treatment

  • Men Who Have Prostate Cancer Surgery Do Well
    (27-Jul-2009)
    But study didn't determine value of any treatment vs. watchful waiting

  • Most Not Worried by Delayed Prostate Cancer Therapy
    (27-Jul-2009)
    Little anxiety noted in survey of men who opt out of aggressive treatment

  • Men Who Have Prostate Cancer Surgery Do Well
    (27-Jul-2009)
    But study didn't determine value of any treatment vs. watchful waiting

  • Immune Response May Speed AIDS Progression in Women
    (13-Jul-2009)
    More research needed to determine how gender affects body's reaction to HIV

  • Heavy Drinking Linked to Aggressive Prostate Cancer
    (13-Jul-2009)
    Consumption also appears to undercut effect of cancer-prevention drug

  • Heavy Drinking Linked to Aggressive Prostate Cancer
    (13-Jul-2009)
    Consumption also appears to undercut effect of cancer-prevention drug

  • Heavy Drinking Linked to Aggressive Prostate Cancer
    (13-Jul-2009)
    Consumption also appears to undercut effect of cancer-prevention drug

  • Prostate Drug Appears Safer Than Thought
    (08-Jul-2009)
    Finasteride does not cause more aggressive cancer, study contends

  • Another Genetic Link to Testicular Cancer Is Found
    (02-Jul-2009)
    Discovery may help explain why disease runs in families

  • Sad Dads May Lead to Crying Infants
    (30-Jun-2009)
    More factors should be considered than depression among moms, experts say

  • Women More Likely Than Men to Reject Unattractive Babies
    (24-Jun-2009)
    Study casts doubt on notion of moms' unconditional love

  • Painkillers May Be Good for the Prostate
    (21-Jun-2009)
    Yet medical experts stress that men shouldn't take them with just this in mind

  • Painkillers May Be Good for the Prostate
    (21-Jun-2009)
    Yet medical experts stress that men shouldn't take them with just this in mind

  • Painkillers May Be Good for the Prostate
    (21-Jun-2009)
    Yet medical experts stress that men shouldn't take them with just this in mind

  • Green Tea Component May Slow Prostate Cancer
    (19-Jun-2009)
    Men in small study took capsules equivalent to brewed beverage

  • New Prostate Cancer Biomarker Discovered
    (18-Jun-2009)
    Finding also might apply in other types of cancer, researcher says

  • Dad's Genes May Play Greater Role Than Thought
    (15-Jun-2009)
    Data on 'packaging' in sperm cells may also help assess infertility

  • Blood-Sugar Spikes Send Testosterone Levels Down
    (13-Jun-2009)
    Finding has implications for men with low levels of the hormone, experts say

  • Longer Hormone Treatment May Improve Prostate Cancer Outlook
    (10-Jun-2009)
    European and U.S. studies find similar results

  • Gene Test Helps Detect Prostate Cancer
    (01-Jun-2009)
    New screen boosts accuracy of standard PSA test, study shows

  • Gene Test Helps Detect Prostate Cancer
    (01-Jun-2009)
    New screen boosts accuracy of standard PSA test, study shows

  • Gene Test Helps Detect Prostate Cancer
    (01-Jun-2009)
    New screen boosts accuracy of standard PSA test, study shows

  • Advanced Prostate Cancer Deadlier in Younger Men
    (22-May-2009)
    Patients under 44 were three times more likely to die, study finds

  • Advanced Prostate Cancer Deadlier in Younger Men
    (22-May-2009)
    Patients under 44 were three times more likely to die, study finds

  • Advanced Prostate Cancer Deadlier in Younger Men
    (22-May-2009)
    Patients under 44 were three times more likely to die, study finds

  • Study Reiterates Eye Risks Linked to Flomax
    (19-May-2009)
    Men should be aware of dangers if taking prostate drug, experts say

  • Study Reiterates Eye Risks Linked to Flomax
    (19-May-2009)
    Men should be aware of dangers if taking prostate drug, experts say

  • Study Reiterates Eye Risks Linked to Flomax
    (19-May-2009)
    Men should be aware of dangers if taking prostate drug, experts say

  • Study Reiterates Eye Risks Linked to Flomax
    (19-May-2009)
    Men should be aware of dangers if taking prostate drug, experts say

  • An Aid to Tailoring Prostate Cancer Treatment
    (15-May-2009)
    Study identifies factors to help decide how aggressive therapy should be

  • An Aid to Tailoring Prostate Cancer Treatment
    (15-May-2009)
    Study identifies factors to help decide how aggressive therapy should be

  • An Aid to Tailoring Prostate Cancer Treatment
    (15-May-2009)
    Study identifies factors to help decide how aggressive therapy should be

  • Estrogen May Help Men's Hearts
    (12-May-2009)
    Too much or too little of the hormone, though, can be damaging, study finds

  • FDA Orders Label Warning for Testosterone Gels
    (07-May-2009)
    Men who use the medications must be sure none rubs off on children, agency says

  • Biomarkers May Predict Aggressiveness of Prostate Cancer
    (05-May-2009)
    Cancer expert is wary of finding, however

  • Testosterone Injections Offer Hope for Male Contraceptive
    (05-May-2009)
    Possible alternative to current birth control methods needs more study

  • Biomarkers May Predict Aggressiveness of Prostate Cancer
    (05-May-2009)
    Cancer expert is wary of finding, however

  • Biomarkers May Predict Aggressiveness of Prostate Cancer
    (05-May-2009)
    Cancer expert is wary of finding, however

  • Vitamin E, Selenium and Soy Won't Prevent Prostate Cancer
    (01-May-2009)
    Study found no effect among men with precancerous lesions

  • Some Diet Sodas May Ward Off Kidney Stones
    (29-Apr-2009)
    Other research finds that pomegranate juice could slow prostate cancer

  • Clinics Less Likely to Refer Heart Patients to Cardiologists
    (28-Apr-2009)
    Women especially affected if primary care came from community outlet

  • Circumcision Can Reduce AIDS Risk, Study Shows
    (27-Apr-2009)
    Research also finds no impairment in sexual function from procedure

  • Topical Treatment May Ease Erectile Dysfunction
    (27-Apr-2009)
    In rat study, application of nanoparticles restored potency

  • Heart, Bone Problems May Follow Prostate Cancer Treatment
    (27-Apr-2009)
    Men on hormone-lowering therapy may require close monitoring, researchers say

  • Heart, Bone Problems May Follow Prostate Cancer Treatment
    (27-Apr-2009)
    Men on hormone-lowering therapy may require close monitoring, researchers say

  • Statins Guard Against Prostate Cancer
    (27-Apr-2009)
    Other studies found they also reduced chances of erectile dysfunction

  • Statins Guard Against Prostate Cancer
    (27-Apr-2009)
    Other studies found they also reduced chances of erectile dysfunction

  • Experts Back Away From Annual PSA Test
    (27-Apr-2009)
    Men should have a 'baseline' prostate cancer screen at 40, but yearly PSA may not be necessary, guidelines say

  • Statins Guard Against Prostate Cancer
    (27-Apr-2009)
    Other studies found they also reduced chances of erectile dysfunction

  • Statins Guard Against Prostate Cancer
    (27-Apr-2009)
    Other studies found they also reduced chances of erectile dysfunction

  • Experts Back Away From Annual PSA Test
    (27-Apr-2009)
    Men should have a 'baseline' prostate cancer screen at 40, but yearly PSA may not be necessary, guidelines say

  • Combat Duty Harms Long-Term Health of Vets
    (24-Apr-2009)
    Though soldiers tend to be healthier, trauma erases the advantage, study finds

  • Agent Orange Exposure Tied to Prostate Cancer Return
    (23-Apr-2009)
    Study finds vets at higher risk of aggressive recurrence only 8 months after surgery

  • Fatty Fish May Cut Heart Failure Risk in Men
    (22-Apr-2009)
    Study finds benefit from consuming just one serving a week

  • Older Men Need to Take Closer Look for Melanomas
    (20-Apr-2009)
    If you can't examine your own back, have a loved one take a look, study says

  • Impotence Drugs Don't Harm Vision: Study
    (14-Apr-2009)
    Trial by drug maker Eli Lilly found no problems at 6 months of use

  • Impotence Drugs Don't Harm Vision: Study
    (14-Apr-2009)
    Trial by drug maker Eli Lilly found no problems at 6 months of use

  • Impotence Drugs Don't Harm Vision: Study
    (14-Apr-2009)
    Trial by drug maker Eli Lilly found no problems at 6 months of use

  • Stress Management Battles Prostate Cancer Anxiety
    (08-Apr-2009)
    Brief counseling before, after surgery eases concern over side effects, study finds

  • Larger Men at Greater Risk for Atrial Fibrillation
    (08-Apr-2009)
    Swedish study says since children are getting bigger, condition may become more common

  • Stress Management Battles Prostate Cancer Anxiety
    (08-Apr-2009)
    Brief counseling before, after surgery eases concern over side effects, study finds

  • New Prostate Cancer Drug May Hold Promise
    (07-Apr-2009)
    Researchers apply for large-scale testing after 'very promising' early results

  • New Prostate Cancer Drug May Hold Promise
    (07-Apr-2009)
    Researchers apply for large-scale testing after 'very promising' early results

  • New Prostate Cancer Drug May Hold Promise
    (07-Apr-2009)
    Researchers apply for large-scale testing after 'very promising' early results

  • New Prostate Cancer Drug May Hold Promise
    (07-Apr-2009)
    Researchers apply for large-scale testing after 'very promising' early results

  • Male Infertility Treatment Boosts Sperm Count
    (06-Apr-2009)
    Small Egyptian study uses hormone-antioxidant combo to improve odds of conception

  • Male Infertility Treatment Boosts Sperm Count
    (06-Apr-2009)
    Small Egyptian study uses hormone-antioxidant combo to improve odds of conception

  • Topical Spray Helped Men With Premature Ejaculation
    (06-Apr-2009)
    Study found they could delay orgasm six times longer than before

  • Genetic Finding May Lead to Male Contraceptive
    (03-Apr-2009)
    Prospect stems from discovery of mutation affecting infertility

  • Gene May Explain Women's Heightened Lupus Risk
    (02-Apr-2009)
    Disease-prone mice lacking this factor failed to develop common symptoms, study finds

  • Scientists ID New Biomarker for Prostate Cancer
    (25-Mar-2009)
    Study finds cleaved galectin-3 may serve as treatment target against disease progression

  • Scientists ID New Biomarker for Prostate Cancer
    (25-Mar-2009)
    Study finds cleaved galectin-3 may serve as treatment target against disease progression

  • Omega-3 Fatty Acids Guard Against Advanced Prostate Cancer
    (24-Mar-2009)
    Even men genetically predisposed to disease benefit from eating fish, study finds

  • Omega-3 Fatty Acids Guard Against Advanced Prostate Cancer
    (24-Mar-2009)
    Even men genetically predisposed to disease benefit from eating fish, study finds

  • With the Economy Down, Vasectomy Rates Are Up
    (23-Mar-2009)
    The expense of raising another child may be driving the trend, doctors say

  • With the Economy Down, Vasectomy Rates Are Up
    (23-Mar-2009)
    The expense of raising another child may be driving the trend, doctors say

  • Support Network May Play Role in Benefits of Drinking
    (19-Mar-2009)
    Heart risks are found to be less pronounced in highly social men

  • PSA Testing: What Should Men Do?
    (19-Mar-2009)
    Fallout from 2 studies, pro and con, has experts in a quandry

  • 2 Studies Conflict Over Value of Prostate Cancer Screening
    (18-Mar-2009)
    Doctors acknowledge that the PSA test is a far from perfect tool

  • Experts Revise Guidelines on Daily Aspirin for Heart
    (16-Mar-2009)
    Lower dose appears safe and effective against heart attack in men, stroke in women

  • 'Watchful Waiting' Safe With Low-Risk Prostate Cancers
    (16-Mar-2009)
    Study suggests close monitoring offers some men better quality of life

  • Abnormal Heart Rhythm Boosts Death Risk for Diabetics
    (12-Mar-2009)
    Blood pressure and cholesterol should be controlled more aggressively, study suggests

  • 'Male Lumpectomy' May Help Some With Prostate Cancer
    (10-Mar-2009)
    Procedure involves freezing tumor rather than removing entire gland

  • 'Male Lumpectomy' May Help Some With Prostate Cancer
    (10-Mar-2009)
    Procedure involves freezing tumor rather than removing entire gland

  • 'Male Lumpectomy' May Help Some With Prostate Cancer
    (10-Mar-2009)
    Procedure involves freezing tumor rather than removing entire gland

  • Late-Life Fatherhood May Lower Child's Intelligence
    (09-Mar-2009)
    A man's biological clock may be ticking too, researchers say

  • More Vitamin C May Mean Less Chance of Gout
    (09-Mar-2009)
    With 1,500 milligrams a day, men cut their risk by 45%, study finds

  • Men Who Get Active in Midlife Live Longer
    (06-Mar-2009)
    Effect of adding exercise equals that of stopping smoking, experts say

  • Men's Sex Lives May Suffer as Waistlines Expand
    (03-Mar-2009)
    Gastric bypass surgery can restore function for obese males, study finds

  • Men With BRCA Gene Mutations Unaware of Cancer Risks
    (27-Feb-2009)
    They need to be more aware of the threats to themselves and relatives, study says

  • Men's Stroke Risk Rises Dramatically in Mid-40s
    (26-Feb-2009)
    And the contributing factors are often those seen in older patients, study finds

  • Drugs May Help Healthy Men Lower Prostate Cancer Risk
    (24-Feb-2009)
    New guidelines suggest that men discuss use of medicines such as Propecia with their doctor

  • PSA Tests Not Race-Specific, Study Finds
    (24-Feb-2009)
    Contrary to common belief, same threshold works well for black and white men, researchers say

  • PSA Tests Not Race-Specific, Study Finds
    (24-Feb-2009)
    Contrary to common belief, same threshold works well for black and white men, researchers say

  • Male Infertility Tied to Testicular Cancer Risk
    (23-Feb-2009)
    A common factor may boost the odds for both, researchers say

  • Many Older Men Won't Benefit from PSA Test
    (20-Feb-2009)
    Screening may prove an unnecessary expense in men 75 or older, researchers say

  • 1 in 10 Ex-NFL Players Used Steroids, Poll Reports
    (20-Feb-2009)
    Finding comes from confidential survey in research that highlights drugs' damage to long-term health

  • ER Less Likely to Diagnose Stroke in Younger Folks
    (18-Feb-2009)
    New research finds misdiagnosis risk goes up as age goes down

  • Men Must Contend With a Biological Clock, Too
    (14-Feb-2009)
    Older males face higher risk of fathering children with medical problems, research finds

  • Researchers ID Biomarker for Fatal Prostate Cancer
    (13-Feb-2009)
    Men with highest ionized serum calcium 3 times more likely to die, study finds

  • Smokeless Tobacco May Not Help Smokers Quit
    (12-Feb-2009)
    Success in Sweden doesn't transfer to U.S., study finds

  • 2 or More Sodas a Day Boost Women's Kidney Risks
    (12-Feb-2009)
    They're twice as likely to show early damage, and study says it's likely all that sugar

  • Levels of Circulating Tumor Cells Could Predict Prostate Cancer Outcome
    (11-Feb-2009)
    New method of tracking changes proves better predictor than PSA, study says

  • Urine Test May One Day Predict Prostate Cancer
    (11-Feb-2009)
    Lab results identify component linked to aggressiveness of disease

  • Urine Test May One Day Predict Prostate Cancer
    (11-Feb-2009)
    Lab results identify component linked to aggressiveness of disease

  • Marijuana Linked to Aggressive Testicular Cancer
    (09-Feb-2009)
    But not all are sure that adolescents' use of cannabis causes cells to proliferate

  • Female Hormones Deter Salt-Sensitive Hypertension
    (06-Feb-2009)
    Estrogen appears to improve kidneys' ability to shed sodium, study says

  • Artificial Light Linked to Prostate Cancer Risk
    (04-Feb-2009)
    But don't turn off electricity, researchers say, just take this into account in energy policies

  • Fractures in Older Adults Up Death Risk
    (03-Feb-2009)
    Study finds all breaks, not just hip fractures, tied to increased mortality

  • Gender May Influence Heart Failure Treatment
    (22-Jan-2009)
    Care varies for men and women, and by male and female doctors, study finds

  • U.S. Chlamydia Infections Hit All-Time High
    (13-Jan-2009)
    Million-plus cases reported; women and minorities disproportionately affected, CDC says

  • Health Tip: Losing Your Hair?
    (12-Jan-2009)
    Here are possible solutions

  • Gene Variant May Hike Women's Risk of Alzheimer's
    (12-Jan-2009)
    Men can carry the variation as well, study finds

  • In High-Stakes Stock Trading, Finger Length Matters
    (12-Jan-2009)
    Study finds testosterone exposure in womb creates long ring finger, financial success

  • In High-Stakes Stock Trading, Finger Length Matters
    (12-Jan-2009)
    Study finds testosterone exposure in womb creates long ring finger, financial success

  • More 'Screen Time' Linked to Poor Fitness in Girls
    (07-Jan-2009)
    But teenage boys don't seem to be as susceptible, study suggests

  • Lung Cancer: Still the Biggest Cancer Killer, by Far
    (28-Dec-2008)
    While researchers make advances, quitting smoking remains your best bet

  • Health Tip: Why You May Have Erectile Dysfunction
    (26-Dec-2008)
    Some common physical causes

  • Health Tip: Why You May Have Erectile Dysfunction
    (26-Dec-2008)
    Some common physical causes

  • Health Tip: Warning Signs of Enlarged Prostate
    (24-Dec-2008)
    Signs that you should get treatment

  • Health Tip: Warning Signs of Enlarged Prostate
    (24-Dec-2008)
    Signs that you should get treatment

  • Radiation Plus Hormone Therapy Cuts Prostate Cancer Deaths
    (16-Dec-2008)
    Study confirms effectiveness of widely used approach, experts say

  • Deciphering the Language of Intoxication
    (15-Dec-2008)
    Tipsy and drunk mean different things to men and women and could alter treatment, study finds

  • Colorectal Cancer Racial Gap Still Growing
    (15-Dec-2008)
    Blacks 45% more likely to die from the disease than whites, report says

  • Colonoscopy Has a 'Right Side' Blind Spot
    (15-Dec-2008)
    Procedure better at detecting problems on left side of colon, study says

  • Deaths From Heart Disease, Stroke Down 30%
    (15-Dec-2008)
    Medical advances, not lifestyle changes, are source of the improvement, AHA says

  • Selenium, Vitamins E and C Won't Prevent Prostate Cancer
    (09-Dec-2008)
    Large trials fail to confirm suspected benefit

  • Selenium, Vitamins E and C Won't Prevent Prostate Cancer
    (09-Dec-2008)
    Large trials fail to confirm suspected benefit

  • Selenium, Vitamins E and C Won't Prevent Prostate Cancer
    (09-Dec-2008)
    Large trials fail to confirm suspected benefit

  • Women's Death Rate Higher From Severe Heart Attack
    (08-Dec-2008)
    Undertreatment at the hospital may be a contributing cause, study suggests

  • Single Men Less Likely to Get Prostate Screens
    (08-Dec-2008)
    This held true even for men with a family history of the disease, researchers say

  • Single Men Less Likely to Get Prostate Screens
    (08-Dec-2008)
    This held true even for men with a family history of the disease, researchers say

  • Treatment Options Are Many for Prostate Cancer
    (05-Dec-2008)
    Some doctors say many tumors can be left untreated, depending on man's age

  • Treatment Options Are Many for Prostate Cancer
    (05-Dec-2008)
    Some doctors say many tumors can be left untreated, depending on man's age

  • Prostate Cancer Stimulates Nerve Growth
    (03-Dec-2008)
    And this phenomenon is tied to more aggressive disease, researchers say

  • Bad Bosses Are Hard on the Heart
    (25-Nov-2008)
    Study ties work woes to fatal cardiovascular events in men

  • New System Improves Distribution of Donated Livers
    (25-Nov-2008)
    Gains reported for blacks, but women lagging behind men, study finds

  • U.S. Cancer Rate-Death Rate Combo Drops for 1st Time
    (25-Nov-2008)
    But smoking-related cancers continue to rise in some regions of country, report finds

  • Hypertension May Hit Black Males Earlier
    (24-Nov-2008)
    Different tests may be needed to detect rising blood pressure in these men, experts say

  • Gene Screen Might Predict Prostate Cancer
    (17-Nov-2008)
    Such a test would be especially useful for blacks, other high-risk groups

  • Many Ignore Symptoms of Bladder Trouble
    (15-Nov-2008)
    November is health awareness month, so check with a physician if you're in pain

  • Younger Men Fare Best After Hip Joint Resurfacing
    (14-Nov-2008)
    The new procedure is an alternative to hip replacement, but complications occur, experts say

  • Lung Cancer May Be Deadlier for Men
    (13-Nov-2008)
    Gender is the major socioeconomic factor influencing outcomes, study finds

  • Gender Matches Benefit Heart Transplants
    (12-Nov-2008)
    Best results achieved with male-to-male surgeries, study finds

  • Excess Weight Ups Risk of Death, No Matter Where It Collects
    (12-Nov-2008)
    But too much abdominal fat poses a bigger threat, study finds

  • Semi-Annual Time Changes May Affect the Heart
    (01-Nov-2008)
    Swedish researchers say heart attack rates change when clocks are adjusted

  • Preeclampsia Might Protect Against Testicular Cancer
    (31-Oct-2008)
    Study suggests link between high blood pressure in pregnancy and risk of the malignancy

  • Statins Lower Blood Marker for Prostate Cancer
    (30-Oct-2008)
    But it's not clear if the cholesterol-lowering drugs protect against the disease

  • Women at Higher Risk for Pulmonary Hypertension
    (29-Oct-2008)
    They are 4 times more apt to develop the lung artery disorder, study shows

  • Cialis May Help Ease Pulmonary Hypertension
    (28-Oct-2008)
    Once-daily dose of the ED drug delayed disease progression, researchers found

  • Color Red Makes Men Amorous
    (28-Oct-2008)
    And study finds they're, well, clueless about its impact on them

  • Cialis May Help Ease Pulmonary Hypertension
    (28-Oct-2008)
    Once-daily dose of the ED drug delayed disease progression, researchers found

  • Sexual Dysfunction Common a Year After Major Trauma
    (22-Oct-2008)
    Rate double that for healthy patients, regardless of gender, site of injury, study says

  • Eating Fast Until Full Triples Overweight Risk
    (22-Oct-2008)
    Availability of cheap foods, larger portions changes dining behavior, Japanese study says

  • Suicide Rates Rise Among Baby Boomers
    (21-Oct-2008)
    Middle-aged white women at increasing risk, study finds

  • Study Evaluates Laser Therapies for Hair Removal
    (20-Oct-2008)
    Findings suggest combo treatments less effective, more painful than singular procedures

  • Smoking, Gender Affect Pain Treatment Effectiveness
    (18-Oct-2008)
    Men who light up show less improvement after therapy, study says

  • Rethinking Prostate Cancer in Older Men
    (17-Oct-2008)
    Research suggests aggressive treatment is viable, even for patients in their late 70s

  • Understanding the Benefits and Risks of Chemotherapy
    (16-Oct-2008)
    Besides hair loss and nausea, side effects include fatigue, vomiting, mouth sores and pain

  • Brain Pressure More Likely to Cause Vision Loss in Men
    (15-Oct-2008)
    Though women have condition more often, men suffer side effects twice as much, study says

  • Smoking Makes You Old Before Your Time
    (15-Oct-2008)
    It even affects quality of life in those who quit, Finnish study reports.

  • Brain Chemical Could Spur Lovesickness
    (15-Oct-2008)
    A monogamous rodent could shed light on romantic loss

  • New Genetic Links to Baldness Discovered
    (13-Oct-2008)
    The hope is the finding could one day lead to a screening test

  • New Genetic Links to Baldness Discovered
    (13-Oct-2008)
    The hope is the finding could one day lead to a screening test

  • Blood Pressure on the Rise in America
    (13-Oct-2008)
    More people being treated for hypertension than ever before, study finds

  • Excess Drinking Shrinks the Brain
    (13-Oct-2008)
    Too much alcohol has a greater effect on women, study found

  • Little-Known Fat Can Be a Heartbreaker
    (10-Oct-2008)
    Elevated lipoprotein (a) levels boost cardiovascular disease risk for some

  • Rapaflo Approved for Enlarged Prostate
    (09-Oct-2008)
    The leading reason men visit urologists

  • Study Suggests Red Wine May Protect Against Lung Cancer
    (07-Oct-2008)
    But authors say research, which focused on men, doesn't mean it's OK to smoke

  • Role of Circumcision in Reducing HIV Risk Still Unclear
    (07-Oct-2008)
    Review doesn't find a protective effect in post-HAART era

  • Prostate Meds Not Tied to Increased Hip Fracture Risk
    (07-Oct-2008)
    But long-term effects of hormone-blocking drugs still need review, study finds

  • Obesity, Insulin Level Impact Prostate Cancer Survival
    (06-Oct-2008)
    Heavy men with high output of the hormone had quadruple the death risk, study found

  • Could Chinese Herb Be a Natural Viagra?
    (03-Oct-2008)
    Early research suggests 'horny goat weed' might help men with impotence

  • Could Chinese Herb Be a Natural Viagra?
    (03-Oct-2008)
    Early research suggests 'horny goat weed' might help men with impotence

  • Vitamin C Protects Some Elderly Men From Bone Loss
    (26-Sep-2008)
    New study doesn't show same result for women, however

  • Hormone Therapy Not Best for Older Prostate Cancer Patients
    (23-Sep-2008)
    Study found giving it before radiation raised death risk 20% in this group

  • Hormone Therapy Not Best for Older Prostate Cancer Patients
    (23-Sep-2008)
    Study found giving it before radiation raised death risk 20% in this group

  • Many Doctors Don't Know Blood Pressure Guidelines
    (19-Sep-2008)
    Proper treatment often not started among middle-aged men, study finds

  • Drug Can Slow Bone Loss in Prostate Cancer Patients
    (19-Sep-2008)
    Hormone-deprivation Rx erodes bone, but meds like Fosamax can help, study shows

  • Web Site Helps Cancer Patients With Fertility Preservation
    (15-Sep-2008)
    Northwestern consortium's program features message boards, videos and advice

  • Sleep Apnea May Cause Erectile Dysfunction
    (12-Sep-2008)
    Condition may persist, but mouse research shows drug restores oxygen, sexual functioning

  • 2 Million Cancer Cases Tied to Tobacco Use
    (04-Sep-2008)
    The U.S. review covered the period from 1999 to 2004

  • Height May Boost Prostate Cancer Risk, Study Suggests
    (03-Sep-2008)
    But the findings could be pure chance, one expert says

  • Study Links Serum Calcium, Prostate Cancer Death
    (03-Sep-2008)
    High, but still normal, levels triple risk of aggressive disease

  • 'Bonding Gene' Could Help Men Stay Married
    (02-Sep-2008)
    One form of DNA linked to marital bliss, the other to discord, study found

  • Children of Older Fathers at Risk for Bipolar Disorder
    (02-Sep-2008)
    Offspring of men 55 and older were 1.37 times more likely to be diagnosed, study finds

  • ED Drug Relieves Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms
    (19-Aug-2008)
    In men with enlarged prostates, daily Cialis showed benefit without side effects

  • ED Drug Relieves Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms
    (19-Aug-2008)
    In men with enlarged prostates, daily Cialis showed benefit without side effects

  • ED Drug Relieves Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms
    (19-Aug-2008)
    In men with enlarged prostates, daily Cialis showed benefit without side effects

  • Testosterone Associated With Disease Transmission
    (15-Aug-2008)
    Mouse study finds hormone affects behavior, drives spread of contact illness

  • Statins Might Reverse ED in Some Men
    (15-Aug-2008)
    In animal study, effect on those with metabolic syndrome was seen within days

  • Asthma's Course Differs by Gender
    (15-Aug-2008)
    By puberty, condition may be passing phase in boys, but more permanent in girls, study says

  • Testosterone Associated With Disease Transmission
    (15-Aug-2008)
    Mouse study finds hormone affects behavior, drives spread of contact illness

  • Surgery Helps With Prostate Cancer, Sometimes
    (12-Aug-2008)
    New study fails to settle question about best treatment for the disease

  • One in 5 Young Men Had Prostate Screen in Past Year
    (11-Aug-2008)
    Analysis may aid in guiding recommendations on who should get screened and when

  • Stroke Risk Plummets With Healthy Lifestyle
    (11-Aug-2008)
    Quitting smoking, eating properly and exercising protects your brain, study finds

  • One in 5 Young Men Had Prostate Screen in Past Year
    (11-Aug-2008)
    Analysis may aid in guiding recommendations on who should get screened and when

  • One in 5 Young Men Had Prostate Screen in Past Year
    (11-Aug-2008)
    Analysis may aid in guiding recommendations on who should get screened and when

  • Obese Men Face Twin Threat From Prostate Cancer
    (08-Aug-2008)
    Delayed diagnosis, less successful surgery, pair of studies finds

  • Men More Likely Than Women to Adopt Children
    (07-Aug-2008)
    Report says it may be that some men adopt women's kids from previous relationship

  • Study Links Agent Orange to Prostate Cancer in Vietnam Vets
    (06-Aug-2008)
    But some researchers say the finding fails to establish cause-and-effect

  • Excessive Drinking Boosts Risk for Metabolic Syndrome
    (04-Aug-2008)
    More than 2 a day for men, 1 for women, increases odds of obesity, high blood pressure, diabetes

  • Health Tip: Good Health for Men
    (04-Aug-2008)
    Follow these guidelines

  • New Guidelines Rule Out Prostate Screening for Men Over 75
    (04-Aug-2008)
    The hazards outweigh benefits, government task force reports

  • Many Cancer Patients Turn to Complementary Medicine
    (04-Aug-2008)
    Women, especially breast and ovarian tumor patients, more likely to use these therapies

  • New Guidelines Rule Out Prostate Screening for Men Over 75
    (04-Aug-2008)
    The hazards outweigh benefits, government task force reports

  • New Guidelines Rule Out Prostate Screening for Men Over 75
    (04-Aug-2008)
    The hazards outweigh benefits, government task force reports

  • New Guidelines Rule Out Prostate Screening for Men Over 75
    (04-Aug-2008)
    The hazards outweigh benefits, government task force reports

  • Mouse Study Finds Molecule That Tells Hair to Grow
    (31-Jul-2008)
    Could one day lead to treatments for baldness, researchers say

  • Mouse Study Finds Molecule That Tells Hair to Grow
    (31-Jul-2008)
    Could one day lead to treatments for baldness, researchers say

  • Prostate Cancer Treatment Could Impair Men's Thinking
    (29-Jul-2008)
    Hormone deprivation approach seems to affect memory, concentration, study finds

  • Soy Linked to Low Sperm Count
    (24-Jul-2008)
    Could affect fertility, especially in overweight and obese men, researchers report

  • Simple Procedure Improves Male Fertility
    (23-Jul-2008)
    Correcting varicose veins in scrotum boosts sperm count, motility, study finds

  • Viagra May Boost Female Libido in Some Cases
    (22-Jul-2008)
    Study suggests sildenafil may reduce sexual dysfunction for women taking antidepressants

  • Cancer Survival Depends on Where You Live
    (17-Jul-2008)
    U.S. does better than Europe, although American whites do better than blacks, study finds

  • Too Much, Too Little Sleep Linked to Stroke Risk
    (17-Jul-2008)
    Postmenopausal women who slept more than nine hours a night had up to 70% higher risk

  • Optimism About Heart Risk Pays Off
    (14-Jul-2008)
    Study finds lower death rate for men with upbeat outlook, but same did not hold true for women

  • Gender Plays Role in Post-Concussion Healing
    (10-Jul-2008)
    Females scored worse than males on neurocognitive tests; reason remains elusive

  • Melanoma Rates Soar Among Younger Women
    (10-Jul-2008)
    But rates of the cancer in young men haven't changed, study says

  • Men Often Not Told of Severity of Wife's Cancer
    (09-Jul-2008)
    Study finds almost 40% say docs never said condition was terminal until near death

  • Diabetes, Weight Tied to Male Infertility
    (09-Jul-2008)
    Both conditions cause significant decrease in body's ability to repair sperm DNA, studies find

  • Low Iron Levels Cut Cancer Risk in Men With PAD
    (08-Jul-2008)
    Those who had phlebotomy were 37% less likely to develop disease

  • Hormone Therapy Shows Little Benefit Against Prostate Cancer
    (08-Jul-2008)
    Survival rates no different than 'watchful waiting,' study shows

  • Hormone Therapy Shows Little Benefit Against Prostate Cancer
    (08-Jul-2008)
    Survival rates no different than 'watchful waiting,' study shows

  • Father's Age a Factor in Infertility
    (07-Jul-2008)
    Being over 35 meant lower pregnancy rates, higher chances of miscarriage for couple, study finds

  • Lots of Sex May Prevent Erectile Dysfunction
    (03-Jul-2008)
    It's the 'use it or lose it' principle at work, one expert says

  • More 90-Plus Women Than Men Prone to Dementia
    (02-Jul-2008)
    But far more women live to be that old, study authors note

  • Elevated Albumin Levels in Urine Raise Hypertension Risk
    (30-Jun-2008)
    Findings suggest current concept of 'normal' protein secretion needs revision

  • Studies Support Testosterone Supplements for Older Men
    (17-Jun-2008)
    Low levels of the hormone could boost death risk, researchers say

  • Radiation May Help When Prostate Cancer Returns
    (17-Jun-2008)
    It halved the death rate and might need to be used more often, researchers say

  • Countdown to Hair Loss
    (16-Jun-2008)
    Study offers method to gauge whether you're bound for baldness

  • Countdown to Hair Loss
    (16-Jun-2008)
    Study offers method to gauge whether you're bound for baldness

  • Fitness a Key Element in Determining Male Diabetic's Longevity
    (15-Jun-2008)
    7-year study found staying in good shape more important than weight

  • ED an Indicator of Men's Health
    (15-Jun-2008)
    Dysfunction could be the 'portal' to heart problems, vascular disease, type 2 diabetes, study says

  • A Health Gift for Men on Father's Day
    (15-Jun-2008)
    Be aware of your prostate cancer risk, experts advise

  • ED an Indicator of Men's Health
    (15-Jun-2008)
    Dysfunction could be the 'portal' to heart problems, vascular disease, type 2 diabetes, study says

  • Women Get Lung Cancer From Smoking at Same Rates as Men
    (14-Jun-2008)
    Health experts had debated whether women were more vulnerable to the disease

  • Pursuit of Females Dates Way, Way Back
    (13-Jun-2008)
    Skeletal findings suggest men fighting over women took place even in prehistoric times.

  • Researchers ID Traits of Aggressive Prostate Cancer
    (13-Jun-2008)
    Findings could lead to diagnostic urine test for 10% of men with the disease

  • Abnormal Sleep Patterns in Older Men Spell Trouble
    (12-Jun-2008)
    Study found those who were outside the norm faced higher mortality rate

  • Low Vitamin D Levels May Boost Men's Heart Attack Risk
    (09-Jun-2008)
    Findings suggest current dietary requirements need to be increased

  • Androgen Production Continues in Prostate Cancer Tumors
    (03-Jun-2008)
    Growths are able to maintain significant testosterone levels despite therapy, study finds

  • Androgen Production Continues in Prostate Cancer Tumors
    (03-Jun-2008)
    Growths are able to maintain significant testosterone levels despite therapy, study finds

  • Type of Tomato Product Determines Power Against Prostate Cancer
    (29-May-2008)
    Compound produced during drying works with lycopene to protect against malignancies, study suggests

  • TV Commercials Color Gender Choices for Careers
    (28-May-2008)
    Study finds stereotypes remain, men more influenced by scenes about jobs

  • Men With Low Testosterone Not Receiving Treatment
    (27-May-2008)
    Study finds patients with deficiency more likely to be poorer and without insurance

  • Vitamin D Status Not Associated With Lower Prostate Risk
    (27-May-2008)
    But study finds evidence of slight link between higher concentrations, aggressive disease

  • Men With Low Testosterone Not Receiving Treatment
    (27-May-2008)
    Study finds patients with deficiency more likely to be poorer and without insurance

  • Vitamin D Status Not Associated With Lower Prostate Risk
    (27-May-2008)
    But study finds evidence of slight link between higher concentrations, aggressive disease

  • Gene Therapy May Treat Erectile Dysfunction
    (20-May-2008)
    Studies in both men and monkeys show effectiveness of treatment

  • Gene Therapy May Treat Erectile Dysfunction
    (20-May-2008)
    Studies in both men and monkeys show effectiveness of treatment

  • Erectile Dysfunction a Strong Harbinger of Heart Trouble
    (19-May-2008)
    Studies found having ED increased risk in diabetic men

  • Erectile Dysfunction a Strong Harbinger of Heart Trouble
    (19-May-2008)
    Studies found having ED increased risk in diabetic men

  • Study Finds Gender Disparity in Community-Acquired Pneumonia
    (18-May-2008)
    Men checking into ERs sicker than women, more likely to die within a year

  • Prostate Cancer Vaccine Looks Promising in Early Trial
    (18-May-2008)
    Could help men with metastatic, recurring disease, researchers say

  • Prostate Cancer Vaccine Looks Promising in Early Trial
    (18-May-2008)
    Could help men with metastatic, recurring disease, researchers say

  • Prostate Cancer Vaccine Looks Promising in Early Trial
    (18-May-2008)
    Could help men with metastatic, recurring disease, researchers say

  • Lowering Dietary Fat May Help Prevent Prostate Cancer
    (15-May-2008)
    Findings in mouse model hint of new treatment strategies for the disease

  • Genes Play Part in Prostate Cancer Among Races
    (15-May-2008)
    Whites at higher risk than Hispanics, but genetics determines who gets it

  • Viagra May Protect Hearts of Some Muscular Dystrophy Patients
    (12-May-2008)
    In study with mice, drug prevented heart failure in those with Duchenne muscular dystrophy

  • Docs Issue Guideline on Screening for Osteoporosis in Men
    (07-May-2008)
    Scanning those over 65 could cut expected 50% increase in cases in next 15 years

  • Alcoholism Gender Gap Is Closing
    (06-May-2008)
    Changing social mores, opportunities for women make it not just a 'man's disease' anymore

  • Biomarker Spots Which Lesions Likely to Progress to Prostate Cancer
    (02-May-2008)
    Finding could help men with precancerous lesions avoid unnecessary needle biopsies

  • Alzheimer's Disease Risk Factors May Be Gender-Specific
    (01-May-2008)
    French study finds depression, stroke key factors in progression toward dementia

  • Health Tip: Pre-Pregnancy Health for Men
    (30-Apr-2008)
    Fertility doesn't rest solely with the woman

  • Pituitary Hormone May Boost Women's Heart Risk
    (29-Apr-2008)
    Thyrotropin levels increasing even within normal range associated with dangers

  • Heart Disease Risks Hit Boys in Teens
    (21-Apr-2008)
    Girls protected by hormones during adolescence, study suggests

  • Dealing Cervical Cancer a Knockout Blow
    (18-Apr-2008)
    Doctors step up efforts to vaccinate young women against virus that causes the disease

  • Men More Likely to Develop Cognitive Problems
    (16-Apr-2008)
    They face greater risk of losing memory and thinking skills, study finds

  • Heart Failure Drugs Linked to Hip Bone Loss in Older Men
    (15-Apr-2008)
    Loop diuretics more than double risk for fractures, study finds

  • Celebrex Plus Lipitor Could Fight Prostate Cancer
    (14-Apr-2008)
    Combining painkiller with statin slows tumor progression, mouse study suggests

  • Elevated Urate Levels May Slow Parkinson's in Men
    (14-Apr-2008)
    Those with highest amount had almost half the risk of needing to start treatment

  • Testosterone Levels Among Financial Traders Affect Performance
    (14-Apr-2008)
    British study found those with more of the male hormone in the morning made more money

  • Male Contraception: Progress Slow but Steady
    (12-Apr-2008)
    Experts say future choices will extend beyond condoms, vasectomy

  • Postmenopausal Women's Sexual Dissatisfaction Not Linked to Heart Troubles
    (10-Apr-2008)
    Study did see modest tie between displeasure, peripheral artery disease

  • Testosterone Therapy May Reduce Bone Loss in Older Men
    (07-Apr-2008)
    But long-term effects of the hormone treatment aren't known, researchers say

  • Dads' Early-Onset Obesity Linked to Liver Disease in Kids
    (03-Apr-2008)
    Genetic ties suspected between father's, but not mother's, weight and elevated enzymes

  • Male Partner Violence Hurts Women's Health Worldwide
    (03-Apr-2008)
    WHO study finds aftereffects reverberate long after the incidents

  • Dads' Substance Use Hurts Expectant Moms' Efforts to Quit
    (28-Mar-2008)
    Many mothers return to old habits if father continues smoking, drinking, study says

  • Hormone Combo May Provide Reversible Male Birth Control Tool
    (28-Mar-2008)
    Testosterone coupled with progestin effectively suppressed sperm production

  • Older Women Have Harder Time Preserving Muscle Than Men
    (26-Mar-2008)
    Key difference appears to be how their bodies react to protein, study says.

  • Neighborhood Influences Exercise Levels
    (25-Mar-2008)
    Even more than income, where people live determines who goes out to play, study finds

  • MRI Can Be Predictor of Post-Treatment Prostate Cancer Spread
    (25-Mar-2008)
    Those having radiation therapy may want to request more aggressive therapy, study finds

  • Cancer Poses Challenges for Husbands' Frame of Mind
    (20-Mar-2008)
    They take their cues from wives' emotional well-being, study suggests

  • Low Folate Levels May Harm Sperm
    (20-Mar-2008)
    Prospective dads might want to up their intake of the nutrient, study suggests

  • Quality of Life an Issue in Prostate Cancer Treatment
    (19-Mar-2008)
    Each therapy has an impact on overall day-to-day living, experts say

  • The Gender Divide Starts Over Dinner
    (19-Mar-2008)
    U.S. survey shows men eat the meat, women go for the veggies

  • Tissue-Freezing Technique Effective Against Prostate Cancer
    (18-Mar-2008)
    But more study may still be needed to bring therapy into the mainstream, experts say

  • Fewer Steps Per Day Send Disease Markers Up
    (18-Mar-2008)
    Insulin levels hike very fast when daily physical activity declines, Danish study found.

  • Women's Risk for a Certain Skin Cancer Varies by Geography
    (13-Mar-2008)
    Study finds more squamous cell carcinomas in southern U.S. states

  • U.S. Syphilis Rate Grows for 7th Year in Row
    (12-Mar-2008)
    Increase largely driven by new cases among gay, bisexual men, CDC reports

  • Magnesium May Lower Risk for Some Strokes in Male Smokers
    (11-Mar-2008)
    Study suggests eating foods such as whole grains cuts risk of cerebral infarction

  • PSA Test Losing Diagnostic Value, Study Says
    (10-Mar-2008)
    Advances in biopsy techniques rendering prostate cancer screen less useful, but some experts disagree

  • PSA Test Losing Diagnostic Value, Study Says
    (10-Mar-2008)
    Advances in biopsy techniques rendering prostate cancer screen less useful, but some experts disagree

  • PSA Test Losing Diagnostic Value, Study Says
    (10-Mar-2008)
    Advances in biopsy techniques rendering prostate cancer screen less useful, but some experts disagree

  • Older Men With Low Testosterone Face Greater Depression Risk
    (06-Mar-2008)
    Three times more likely to have mood disorder than those with higher hormone levels

  • Older Men With Low Testosterone Face Greater Depression Risk
    (06-Mar-2008)
    Three times more likely to have mood disorder than those with higher hormone levels

  • Chemo Break Benefits Some Men With Prostate Cancer
    (29-Feb-2008)
    Findings suggest treatment 'holidays' improve quality of life for patients

  • Chemo Break Benefits Some Men With Prostate Cancer
    (29-Feb-2008)
    Findings suggest treatment 'holidays' improve quality of life for patients

  • Chemo Break Benefits Some Men With Prostate Cancer
    (29-Feb-2008)
    Findings suggest treatment 'holidays' improve quality of life for patients

  • Web Tool Aids Men in Prostate Decisions
    (26-Feb-2008)
    They had more data but were less likely to get screened than those who used official sites

  • Moderate Aerobic Fitness Levels May Cut Stroke Risk
    (21-Feb-2008)
    Findings show just 30 minutes of activity helped men, women regardless of family history

  • When It Comes to a Mate, Beauty Can't Be Beat
    (14-Feb-2008)
    New research finds that both men and women place a premium on looks

  • Many Prostate Cancers Will Not Need Treatment
    (13-Feb-2008)
    Major study finds most older men will die of other causes

  • More Gene Variations Found That Raise Prostate Cancer Risk
    (11-Feb-2008)
    Some variants increase chances of disease up to 60%, researcher says

  • High Blood Pressure on Increase Among American Women
    (11-Feb-2008)
    State-by-state survey also found prevalence rate among men not as low as should be

  • For Males, Video Game Rewards Are All in the Mind
    (08-Feb-2008)
    Study sees greater activation of key brain region than found in females

  • Birth Problems Linked to Teenage Fathers
    (07-Feb-2008)
    Risky behaviors may damage sperm, experts say

  • Black Men Most at Risk for Kidney Disease Complications
    (04-Feb-2008)
    Black women also less likely to have blood pressure under control, study finds

  • Experimental Vaccine Halts Prostate Cancer in Mice
    (01-Feb-2008)
    Human trials may start in two years, California researcher says

  • Sugary Soft Drinks Boost Gout Risk in Men
    (31-Jan-2008)
    Just 2 or more beverages a day increased chances by 85%, study finds

  • Short Birth Length Boosts Men's Suicide Risk
    (25-Jan-2008)
    More than twice as likely as other adults to attempt to end own life, study finds

  • A Little Regular Exercise Extends Men's Lives
    (23-Jan-2008)
    Brisk 30-minute walk a few days a week cut death risk in half, study found

  • Hormone Therapy Only Helps Some Older Men With Prostate Cancer
    (22-Jan-2008)
    Overall health profile, especially cardiovascular history, is determining factor, study finds

  • Hormone Therapy Only Helps Some Older Men With Prostate Cancer
    (22-Jan-2008)
    Overall health profile, especially cardiovascular history, is determining factor, study finds

  • Gay Men More Likely to Contract 'Superbug'
    (15-Jan-2008)
    Sexually active most likely to get highly resistant MRSA strain, study finds

  • Low Testosterone Could Weaken Older Men's Bones
    (14-Jan-2008)
    Study finds link between hormone, fracture in males over 60

  • 5 Problems With Feet That Men Shouldn't Walk Away From
    (13-Jan-2008)
    Ankle sprains and ingrown toenails need a doctor's attention, experts say

  • Fatherhood Tied to Higher Prostate Cancer Risk
    (07-Jan-2008)
    Findings from large study show a trend, but reasons aren't clear

  • Combo Therapy Cuts Prostate Cancer Death Rates
    (03-Jan-2008)
    Study supports hormone therapy with radiation, finding no raised risk to heart

  • Research Yields Clues to Recurrent Prostate Cancer
    (02-Jan-2008)
    Links between male hormone and a protein could spur tumor's return

  • Testosterone Supplements Provide Little Benefit
    (02-Jan-2008)
    Older men can lose body fat, but treatment won't boost strength or mental powers, study finds

  • Men Who Smoke Prone to Impotence
    (30-Dec-2007)
    The greater the number of cigarettes smoked, the greater the risk, studies find

  • Breast Cancer Genes Also Raise Men's Risk for Malignancy
    (14-Dec-2007)
    Few men understand the danger from BRCA1/2, researchers say

  • Gene Variant Tied to More Aggressive Prostate Cancer
    (11-Dec-2007)
    Men with differing version of tumor suppressor appear at increased risk, researchers say

  • Newly HIV-Infected Gay Men Select Other Infected Partners
    (05-Dec-2007)
    Study finds men engaging in unprotected sex, but with those already carrying the virus

  • One-Third of HIV-Infected Gay Men Have Unsafe Sex: CDC
    (04-Dec-2007)
    Two new U.S. government studies show strong link to recreational drugs as well.

  • Obesity Rates Leveling Off Among U.S. Adults
    (28-Nov-2007)
    But more than a third of Americans still weigh much too much, study finds

  • Low Testosterone Might Shorten Men's Lives
    (27-Nov-2007)
    Study finds it's linked to higher death risk, but replacing the hormone may not help, experts say

  • Severe Urinary Problems Boost Death Risk in Older Men
    (09-Nov-2007)
    Those over 45 face an almost 24-fold increase in mortality, study says

  • Severe Urinary Problems Boost Death Risk in Older Men
    (09-Nov-2007)
    Those over 45 face an almost 24-fold increase in mortality, study says

  • Severe Urinary Problems Boost Death Risk in Older Men
    (09-Nov-2007)
    Those over 45 face an almost 24-fold increase in mortality, study says

  • Experimental Drug Fights Prostate Cancer
    (07-Nov-2007)
    In mice, it attacked disease on multiple fronts, researchers say

  • Regular Exercise Helps Fight Heart Failure
    (07-Nov-2007)
    It stimulates tissue repair better than drugs, study finds

  • Peripheral Artery Disease Up Sharply Among U.S. Women
    (04-Nov-2007)
    The condition, which is symptomless, can lead to heart attack and stroke

  • Radiation Seed Treatment Helps Younger Men Fight Prostate Cancer
    (02-Nov-2007)
    Technique just as effective in patients under 60, study finds

  • Gene Variant Doubles Risk of Prostate Cancer in Black Men
    (02-Nov-2007)
    It may also affect other populations, researcher says

  • High Dose Radiation for Prostate Cancer Won't Raise Sexual Dysfunction
    (30-Oct-2007)
    Technology ups treatment effectiveness without boosting this side effect, study finds

  • High Dose Radiation for Prostate Cancer Won't Raise Sexual Dysfunction
    (30-Oct-2007)
    Technology ups treatment effectiveness without boosting this side effect, study finds

  • Prostate Cancer Radiotherapy Won't Affect Sexual Function
    (29-Oct-2007)
    New high-dose technology targets tumor tissue, experts say

  • Whole Grains Do a Heart Good
    (22-Oct-2007)
    Cereal cuts cardiovascular risk, as do fruits, veggies, research shows

  • Gene Mutation Key to Infertility in Male Mice
    (17-Oct-2007)
    If same defect exists in men, it could lead to new treatments, study says

  • Hormone Therapy for Prostate Cancer Linked to Heart Risks
    (09-Oct-2007)
    But researchers say more study is needed, and the therapy is valuable

  • Surgery Best Bet for Prostate Cancer Survival
    (08-Oct-2007)
    Study finds it outperforming other forms of treatment

  • Prostate Cancer Survival Varies by Season
    (07-Oct-2007)
    Prognosis improves in summer, fall, study finds

  • Erectile Dysfunction: A Harbinger of Heart Trouble
    (05-Oct-2007)
    Studies link this common problem with vascular disease

  • Erectile Dysfunction: A Harbinger of Heart Trouble
    (05-Oct-2007)
    Studies link this common problem with vascular disease

  • Women Less Likely to Get Heart Defibrillators
    (02-Oct-2007)
    And blacks are less likely to receive the lifesaving devices, studies find

  • Study Supports Change to Prostate Cancer Biopsy
    (02-Oct-2007)
    An added measure could boost test's ability to guide treatment

  • More Prostate Cancers Might Be Prevented
    (24-Sep-2007)
    New data should help reduce incidence of low-grade tumors, experts say

  • Stem Cells From Testes Produce Wide Range of Tissue Types
    (19-Sep-2007)
    Work with mice might lead to treatments for diseases such as diabetes and Alzheimer's

  • Tomato Diet Can't Guarantee Prostate Health: Study
    (14-Sep-2007)
    Lycopene, other nutrients no shield against prostate cancer, researchers say

  • 1 in 4 Men Over 30 Has Low Testosterone
    (13-Sep-2007)
    But symptoms linked to low levels are much rarer, study finds

  • Cialis Eases Erectile Dysfunction After Spinal Cord Injury
    (13-Sep-2007)
    Sexual difficulties are common for these injured men, researchers note

  • Number of Partners Doesn't Explain Gay HIV Rate
    (13-Sep-2007)
    Gay, straight men equally prone to unprotected sex, research shows

  • Barbershop Talks Cut Black Men's Prostate Cancer Risk
    (06-Sep-2007)
    Innovative program is making a difference for this high-risk group, founder says

  • Health Tip: When Considering Vasectomy
    (31-Aug-2007)
    Here's what you should know

  • Health Tip: When Considering Vasectomy
    (31-Aug-2007)
    Here's what you should know

  • Drinking Often Spurs Move to Poorer Neighborhoods
    (28-Aug-2007)
    Alcoholism a common trigger for downward social mobility, study confirms

  • 'Good' Cholesterol Won't Help Heavy-Drinking Older Men
    (27-Aug-2007)
    Their high blood pressure stayed the same regardless of HDL level, study found

  • Many Older Americans Have Active Sex Lives
    (22-Aug-2007)
    'Landmark' study finds only modest declines, right up through the 80s

  • Gene Studies of Male-Female Differences Often Flawed
    (21-Aug-2007)
    Too often, statistics are weak or unsubstantiated, review finds

  • For Health Info, Women Often Turn to the Web
    (21-Aug-2007)
    They're much more likely to do so than men, survey finds

  • Handling Stress Properly Increases Good Cholesterol
    (20-Aug-2007)
    And that can help protect your arteries, study suggests

  • Early Weight Loss in Women Linked to Dementia
    (20-Aug-2007)
    Study finds a connection, but researchers aren't sure why

  • Molecule May Predict Prostate Cancer's Return
    (15-Aug-2007)
    Protein levels might help decide who needs surgery and who doesn't, experts say

  • Fewer Minority Men Have Undiagnosed Diabetes
    (14-Aug-2007)
    Education efforts may be working for blacks, Hispanics, U.S. study finds

  • Bone Tests Cost-Effective for Elderly Men
    (07-Aug-2007)
    Younger men with prior fracture could also benefit, study finds

  • COPD Strikes Men, Women Differently
    (01-Aug-2007)
    Finding is significant, because more women than men now have the lung condition

  • Fused Genes Might Fuel Prostate Tumors
    (01-Aug-2007)
    Specific genes might require specific treatments, researchers say

  • One-Third of Diabetics Have Sleep Apnea
    (30-Jul-2007)
    Older males at especially high risk for nighttime awakenings, study finds

  • Distraction Can Defuse Drunken Violence
    (20-Jul-2007)
    Study suggests it's a useful ploy against bar brawls, other trouble

  • Throwing Helps Protect Pitchers' Arms
    (16-Jul-2007)
    It can help their game, but overdoing it also brings risks, researchers warn

  • Health Tip: Common Causes of Male Infertility
    (13-Jul-2007)
    A partial list

  • Patients With Early Parkinson's Exhibit Sleepiness, Hallucinations
    (11-Jul-2007)
    Gender, age, overall health key factors identifying those at risk, study finds

  • New Drug Fights Tough-to-Treat Prostate Cancer
    (09-Jul-2007)
    Hormone-reducing abiraterone can shrink tumors, studies show

  • Many Men Getting Unnecessary Prostate Cancer Blood Tests
    (09-Jul-2007)
    Patients are often either too young or too old to benefit from PSA screening, study finds

  • Inflammatory Factor Could Spur Male Infertility
    (06-Jul-2007)
    More research might lead to a cure or even a male contraceptive, scientists say

  • Key Protein May Explain Mens' Higher Liver Cancer Risk
    (05-Jul-2007)
    IL-6 damages the organ, but estrogen helps prevent that injury, study finds

  • Science Quiets Myth of 'Chatterbox' Females
    (05-Jul-2007)
    Study finds men, women use same quantity of words each day

  • Men Put Their Health on the Back Burner
    (03-Jul-2007)
    Survey finds more than a quarter wait 'as long as possible' before seeking help

  • Amateur Basketball Players Court Disaster
    (01-Jul-2007)
    Experts offer 'weekend warriors' tips on preventing injury

  • Moms, Dads With MS Equal Transmitters of Disease
    (28-Jun-2007)
    Finding contradicts earlier report that men twice as likely to pass on genetic risk

  • Lupus Treatment Linked to Male Fertility Problems
    (28-Jun-2007)
    Abnormalities in sperm tied to intravenous therapy, study finds

  • Antidepressants Linked to Bone Loss
    (25-Jun-2007)
    2 studies turn up similar results in both women and men

  • Health Tip: Paternal Bonding
    (18-Jun-2007)
    Bonding with baby is important for dads, too

  • Girls Who Like Dad Favor Partners Who Look Like Him
    (17-Jun-2007)
    Study adds to evidence that mate selection is active process rooted in childhood

  • Problem Drinking Kills Almost Half of Russia's Young Adult Men
    (15-Jun-2007)
    Study puts death toll at 43% of males aged 25 to 54

  • Abnormal Red Blood Cell Count Spells Trouble in Surgery
    (12-Jun-2007)
    Too high or too low levels up risk of post-op death for older men, study says

  • Male U.S. Veterans More Likely to Commit Suicide
    (12-Jun-2007)
    Trend could plague servicemen who served in Afghanistan and Iraq, study says

  • Postpartum Depression: A Risk for New Dads, Too
    (08-Jun-2007)
    In one large study, 10 percent of fathers reported symptoms

  • Prostate Cancer Treatment Can Speed Heart Attacks
    (08-Jun-2007)
    Hormome-suppressing therapy linked to cardiac risk in study

  • Health Tip: Women Have Pattern Baldness, Too
    (06-Jun-2007)
    Here are possible solutions

  • Low Testosterone Levels Linked to Increased Mortality
    (06-Jun-2007)
    But researchers stress there's no evidence that boosting levels will reduce risk

  • Study Links Inflammation to Heart Disease
    (05-Jun-2007)
    British researchers focused on autoantibody rheumatic factor

  • Gene Therapy Reverses Erectile Dysfunction in Rats
    (03-Jun-2007)
    If successful in humans, it could be first long-term, non-drug solution to the problem, scientists say

  • Gene Therapy Reverses Erectile Dysfunction in Rats
    (03-Jun-2007)
    If successful in humans, it could be first long-term, non-drug solution to the problem, scientists say

  • Spike in PSA Blood Level Points to Prostate Cancer's Aggressiveness
    (29-May-2007)
    Trends over time indicate need for stronger treatments, study shows

  • Large Jolts of Java Can Keep Gout at Bay
    (25-May-2007)
    Coffee lovers who drank more than four cups a day had a 40% lower risk of the inflammatory condition

  • Botox Could Treat Enlarged Prostate
    (23-May-2007)
    It relieves symptoms and shrinks oversized gland, study shows

  • Could Viagra Put the Brakes on Jet Lag?
    (22-May-2007)
    Research with hamsters shows promise, but human trials are a long way off

  • Gum Disease Boosts Tongue Cancer Risk in Men
    (22-May-2007)
    Periodontitis viruses could trigger the malignancies, researchers say

  • Robotic Procedure Improves Survival for Prostate Cancer Patients
    (21-May-2007)
    It leaves fewer stray cancer cells after prostate removal, study shows

  • Ladder-Related Accidents Climb in U.S.: Study
    (19-May-2007)
    Fractures most common injury, sending more than 136,000 people a year to ERs

  • Experts Debate Giving HPV Vaccine to Boys
    (18-May-2007)
    Spread of the virus linked to cervical cancer can harm them, too

  • Tomatoes No Magic Bullet For Prostate Cancer
    (17-May-2007)
    Lycopene and beta-carotene won't prevent the disease, study finds

  • Hair Follicles May Regrow After Head Wounds
    (16-May-2007)
    Finding in mice could lead to dermabrasion baldness treatments, scientists say

  • Hair Follicles May Regrow After Head Wounds
    (16-May-2007)
    Finding in mice could lead to dermabrasion baldness treatments, scientists say

  • Heavy Multivitamin Use May Raise Prostate Cancer Risk
    (15-May-2007)
    Odds rose 32% for men taking more than a pill a day, study found

  • Testosterone May Benefit Men With Multiple Sclerosis
    (14-May-2007)
    But this preliminary study was tiny and needs confirmation

  • Dads' Parenting Style Influences Childhood Obesity
    (06-May-2007)
    Clear limits, parental follow-through can help curb overweight epidemic

  • A Woman's Brain Hit Harder by Alcohol Abuse
    (27-Apr-2007)
    Damage occurs faster and with fewer drinks, study finds

  • Better Prostate Cancer Test May Be Near
    (26-Apr-2007)
    Blood protein outperforms standard PSA in spotting aggressive tumors, study finds

  • Men Who Drink Face Higher Risk of Sleep Disorders
    (20-Apr-2007)
    Habitual alcohol users 25% more likely to have mild or severe breathing difficulties

  • Human Bone Marrow Used to Create Early Stage Sperm Cells
    (13-Apr-2007)
    Researchers hope further studies will produce treatment for male infertility

  • Health Tip: Understanding Male Pattern Baldness
    (11-Apr-2007)
    The condition often is hereditary

  • Health Tip: Understanding Male Pattern Baldness
    (11-Apr-2007)
    The condition often is hereditary

  • PSA May Be Poor Predictor of Lethal Prostate Cancer
    (04-Apr-2007)
    But a U.S. expert challenges new Swedish finding

  • Older Men's Sleep Affects Testosterone Levels
    (02-Apr-2007)
    Impact on health remains unclear, scientists say

  • Hormone Therapy for Advanced Prostate Cancer Not for Everyone
    (02-Apr-2007)
    Risks can outweigh benefits, so patient-doctor discussions are needed, new guidelines suggest.

  • Older Men's Sleep Affects Testosterone Levels
    (02-Apr-2007)
    Impact on health remains unclear, scientists say

  • U.S. Offers Free, Bilingual Health Checklists
    (01-Apr-2007)
    Pocket-sized brochures help patients discuss screening tests they might need

  • Mother's Beef Consumption May Affect Son's Fertility
    (27-Mar-2007)
    The more meat eaten, the lower the sperm count, study suggests

  • Brain Defect Tied to Diabetes-Related Erectile Dysfunction
    (21-Mar-2007)
    Study in rats may help lead to improved treatments, researchers say

  • Male Breast Cancer Deadlier for Blacks
    (19-Mar-2007)
    Racial disparity mirrors that of more common female breast tumors, researchers say

  • Drug Shields Parkinson's Patients Against Fracture
    (19-Mar-2007)
    Risedronate counters inactivity-linked weakening of bone, study finds

  • Obese Men With Prostate Cancer Face Higher Death Risk
    (19-Mar-2007)
    Study finds 2.6-fold increase in chance of dying compared to normal-weight men

  • Obese Men With Prostate Cancer Face Higher Death Risk
    (19-Mar-2007)
    Study finds 2.6-fold increase in chance of dying compared to normal-weight men

  • Obese Men With Prostate Cancer Face Higher Death Risk
    (19-Mar-2007)
    Study finds 2.6-fold increase in chance of dying compared to normal-weight men

  • Obesity's Ties to Heart Disease Still Unclear
    (15-Mar-2007)
    More research is needed, experts say, especially when it comes to gender differences

  • Are Common Chemicals Feeding Obesity Epidemic?
    (15-Mar-2007)
    Study suggests exposure to phthalates linked to abdominal fat, insulin resistance in men

  • Poorer Health Care Ups Black Men's Prostate Cancer Risk
    (12-Mar-2007)
    Too often, black males lack insurance or ongoing relationship with doctor, study finds

  • Tea Antioxidant Plus Celebrex May Fight Prostate Cancer
    (02-Mar-2007)
    Combo slows tumor growth, animal study shows

  • Drink a Little, Live a Little Longer?
    (01-Mar-2007)
    Another study suggests that light alcohol intake, especially wine, boosts health

  • Pilot Study Questions Wisdom of Mandatory Retirement
    (28-Feb-2007)
    Crewmen over 60 performed better, not worse, with time, study found

  • Common Painkillers May Cause Hypertension in Men
    (26-Feb-2007)
    Acetaminophen, ibuprofen and aspirin might affect chemicals that help blood vessels relax

  • Circumcision May Help Protect Against HIV
    (23-Feb-2007)
    Study in African men shows a 53% reduction in infection

  • Outside Forces 'Medicalizing' Everyday Problems, Experts Say
    (22-Feb-2007)
    Drug ads and other factors are having an impact on clinical practice

  • Tests May Spot Most Deadly Prostate Cancers
    (22-Feb-2007)
    The screen could also spare many men unnecessary biopsies, researchers say

  • Spearmint Tea May Help Women With Hirsutism
    (21-Feb-2007)
    It lowers androgen levels in women who grow excess hair on face, stomach, study claims

  • Ageless Fatherhood? Maybe Not
    (18-Feb-2007)
    A man's biological clock ticks, too, researchers are discovering

  • Health Tip: Symptoms of Enlarged Prostate
    (12-Feb-2007)
    Occur in most men as they age

  • Health Tip: Symptoms of Enlarged Prostate
    (12-Feb-2007)
    Occur in most men as they age

  • Radiation Seed Therapy Fights Prostate Cancer
    (05-Feb-2007)
    Minimally invasive technique boosts survival, study finds

  • For Drivers, Skin Cancer Is Often One-Sided
    (02-Feb-2007)
    Tumors more likely on left arm, neck, especially in men, study shows

  • Erectile Dysfunction Affects 18 Million U.S. Men
    (01-Feb-2007)
    Lifestyle changes could help reduce the problem, experts say

  • Erectile Dysfunction Affects 18 Million U.S. Men
    (01-Feb-2007)
    Lifestyle changes could help reduce the problem, experts say

  • Topical Spray May Treat Premature Ejaculation
    (30-Jan-2007)
    Applied to penis, it contains anesthetic medications, researchers say

  • Men With Breast Cancer at High Risk of Second Tumor
    (25-Jan-2007)
    Study finds more melanoma, stomach cancer in addition to new breast cancers

  • Heavy Drinking Exacts Toll on Women With Hepatitis C
    (25-Jan-2007)
    Imbibing eliminates survival advantage over men, study finds

  • Erectile Dysfunction Drugs Safe, Effective for Diabetic Men
    (24-Jan-2007)
    Researchers looked over data on Cialis, Levitra and Viagra

  • Erectile Dysfunction Drugs Safe, Effective for Diabetic Men
    (24-Jan-2007)
    Researchers looked over data on Cialis, Levitra and Viagra

  • Bone Fracture a Real Danger for Older Men
    (23-Jan-2007)
    One fracture triples their odds for a second fracture, new study shows

  • Prostate Cancer Trial Halted Due to 3 Cases of Leukemia
    (19-Jan-2007)
    Side effect of chemotherapy wasn't completely unexpected, one expert says

  • Scientists Explore Virus-Prostate Cancer Link
    (16-Jan-2007)
    If proven, research could lead to a vaccine, experts say

  • Parents Doubt Their Discipline of Kids Works: Study
    (13-Jan-2007)
    One-third perceive methods as ineffective, much as their parents' tactics were with them

  • Prostate Surgery Is Viable Option for Older Men
    (12-Jan-2007)
    No need to withhold the choice for patients in their 70s, research suggests

  • Health Tip: Low Testosterone in Men
    (11-Jan-2007)
    Low sex drive is a common symptom

  • Health Tip: Low Testosterone in Men
    (11-Jan-2007)
    Low sex drive is a common symptom

  • Stroke Incidence Has Declined for 50 Years
    (26-Dec-2006)
    But, 30-day mortality rate has decreased significantly only for men, study finds

  • Women More Likely to Inherit Risk of Stroke
    (22-Dec-2006)
    A 40 percent greater link if one close relative suffered a stroke, study finds

  • Prostate Treatment Costs Substantial and Sustained
    (21-Dec-2006)
    Study finds average 5-year tab for management is $42,570

  • Prostate Treatment Costs Substantial and Sustained
    (21-Dec-2006)
    Study finds average 5-year tab for management is $42,570

  • Testosterone Supplements Slow Alzheimer's in Mice
    (20-Dec-2006)
    Next step is trials testing the treatment in aging men, researchers say

  • Generic Proscar Approved
    (19-Dec-2006)
    Treats enlarged prostate

  • Height Loss in Older Men Tied to Heart, Death Risks
    (12-Dec-2006)
    Shrinking 3 centimeters or more may trigger bone loss that increases chance of illness, study suggests

  • Treatment Beats Watchful Waiting for Older Prostate Cancer Patients
    (12-Dec-2006)
    Death rate was 31 percent lower in group that got surgery or radiation, study says

  • Hair-Loss Drug Skews Prostate Cancer Test
    (05-Dec-2006)
    Propecia lowers PSA levels in the blood, study finds

  • Hair-Loss Drug Skews Prostate Cancer Test
    (05-Dec-2006)
    Propecia lowers PSA levels in the blood, study finds

  • Depression, Mental Woes More Common in First-Time Moms
    (05-Dec-2006)
    The risk is highest in first months after birth, study finds

  • Blood Pressure Often Higher in Boys Than Girls
    (04-Dec-2006)
    Finding might explain why men are more prone to hypertension, experts say

  • Frequent Weight Change Raises Men's Gallstone Risk
    (28-Nov-2006)
    The most dramatic 'weight cycling' boosted odds by 76 percent, study found

  • Sleeping Pills Won't Aid Sleep Apnea Treatment
    (27-Nov-2006)
    Researchers found no benefit for men using airway pressure therapy

  • PTSD Diagnosed More in Women
    (20-Nov-2006)
    Different responses to trauma might explain disparity, study suggests

  • Higher Resting Heart Rate May Boost Death Risk
    (16-Nov-2006)
    Odds rose with more frequent beats per minute, study found

  • Low Cholesterol Lowers Risk for Aggressive Prostate Cancer
    (16-Nov-2006)
    But men's overall risk for prostate tumors remains the same, study finds

  • Migraines Linked to Heart Risk in Men
    (15-Nov-2006)
    Finding echoes prior study in women

  • Post-Surgery Radiation Boosts Prostate Cancer Results
    (14-Nov-2006)
    And a second study suggests testosterone replacement may not harm prostate

  • Firefighters at High Risk for Cancer
    (10-Nov-2006)
    Airborne toxins raise their risk over time, study suggests

  • Health Tip: Understanding Alopecia
    (09-Nov-2006)
    Autoimmune disease causes bald patches on scalp

  • Baldness Gene Identified in Russian Families
    (09-Nov-2006)
    Finding could lead to treatment for more common form of hair loss, study suggests

  • New System Spots At-Risk Prostate Cancer Patients
    (08-Nov-2006)
    Predicting tumor recurrence is key to deciding treatment, experts say

  • Anabolic Steroids May Boost Crime Rate
    (07-Nov-2006)
    But study finds no increase in violent criminality linked to their use

  • Two Prostate Cancer Radiotherapies Go Head-to-Head
    (06-Nov-2006)
    Study finds that a radiation treatment called IMRT has fewer side effects

  • Smoking Worsens Prostate Cancer Therapy Side Effects
    (06-Nov-2006)
    Smoking patients had higher rates of gastrointestinal troubles, study found

  • High-Dose Radiation Extends Prostate Cancer Survival
    (06-Nov-2006)
    Long-term hormone therapy may also boost patient outcomes, researchers find

  • Faulty Gene Doubles Risk of Prostate Cancer
    (02-Nov-2006)
    Missing sections of CHEK2 material fail to alert body to DNA damage, study finds

  • Faulty Gene Doubles Risk of Prostate Cancer
    (02-Nov-2006)
    Missing sections of CHEK2 material fail to alert body to DNA damage, study finds

  • Viagra Helps Protect At-Risk Newborns
    (02-Nov-2006)
    It shields babies with heart defects from a dangerous lung complication, study shows

  • Men Face Higher Colon Cancer Risk
    (01-Nov-2006)
    But the finding is no reason to screen women later, experts say

  • PSA Trends Predict Aggressive Prostate Cancer
    (31-Oct-2006)
    Findings argue for earlier testing to establish baseline for changes over time

  • Testosterone Tumbling in American Males
    (27-Oct-2006)
    Hormone levels have fallen over the last 20 years, study finds

  • Viagra Helps COPD Patients Control Pulmonary Blood Pressure
    (25-Oct-2006)
    More than 11 million Americans have the breathing disorder

  • Testosterone Could Keep Older Men From Falls
    (24-Oct-2006)
    Low level of the hormone raised falling risk by 40%, study found

  • Daily Drink or Two Cuts Healthy Men's Heart Attack Risk
    (23-Oct-2006)
    Moderate drinking benefits more than high-risk individuals, study suggests

  • Stereotypes Can Keep Women's Math Scores Low
    (19-Oct-2006)
    In study, females performed poorly when 'male math gene' theory was touted

  • Suicide Risk Doubles After Cancer Diagnosis
    (19-Oct-2006)
    Actual numbers are still small, study finds, with men at highest risk

  • Could 'Female' Hormone Affect Male Aggression?
    (18-Oct-2006)
    Mouse study suggests estrogen may do so, especially on shorter winter days

  • Drug Therapy May Help Women Looking to Quit Smoking
    (09-Oct-2006)
    Naltrexone shows early promise when used with nicotine patches and counseling, study found

  • Obesity Affects Prostate Cancer Screens
    (09-Oct-2006)
    Higher BMI suggests fat decreases amount of circulating PSA, study finds

  • Obesity Affects Prostate Cancer Screens
    (09-Oct-2006)
    Higher BMI suggests fat decreases amount of circulating PSA, study finds

  • Obesity Affects Prostate Cancer Screens
    (09-Oct-2006)
    Higher BMI suggests fat decreases amount of circulating PSA, study finds

  • High-Tech Radiation Boosts Prostate Cancer Survival
    (06-Oct-2006)
    The technique delivers focused, high-powered beams to the tumor site

  • 'Real Man' Stereotypes Keep Depressed Men From Treatment
    (06-Oct-2006)
    Older males have an 8-fold higher suicide risk than women, experts note

  • Test Could Spot Aggressive Prostate Cancer
    (03-Oct-2006)
    Low levels of AZGP1 point to heightened risk, research shows

  • Men, Too, Will Shop 'Til They Drop
    (01-Oct-2006)
    One in 20 Americans suffers from 'compulsive buying,' large study finds

  • Hormone Therapy for Prostate Cancer May Increase Disease Risk
    (18-Sep-2006)
    Heart disease and diabetes seem to be side effects of treatment, study finds

  • Prostate Biopsy Doesn't Have to Be Painful
    (14-Sep-2006)
    Targeted anesthesia can minimize discomfort, research shows

  • New Drug Treats Premature Ejaculation
    (08-Sep-2006)
    But FDA approval is unlikely, one expert says

  • Fewer Americans Felled by Cancer
    (06-Sep-2006)
    But number of new cases stayed same from 1975 to 2003, report says

  • Health Tip: Steroids Are Dangerous When Misused
    (01-Sep-2006)
    They can promote tumor growth and heart problems

  • Daily Aspirin Helps Prevent Enlarged Prostate
    (30-Aug-2006)
    Other NSAID painkillers did the same, study found

  • Fatherhood May Alter the Brain
    (24-Aug-2006)
    Monkey study showed neurological changes linked to learning

  • Prostate Cancer Trial to Focus on Genetics
    (23-Aug-2006)
    L.A.-based study currently seeking patients and their partners

  • Prostate Drug Use May Mean Cataract Surgery Change
    (22-Aug-2006)
    Flomax and other alpha-blockers may cause 'floppy iris syndrome,' but experts say simple eye drop change is all that's needed

  • Prostate Drug Use May Mean Cataract Surgery Change
    (22-Aug-2006)
    Flomax and other alpha-blockers may cause 'floppy iris syndrome,' but experts say simple eye drop change is all that's needed

  • Some Prostate Cancers Might be Over-Treated
    (15-Aug-2006)
    Doctors look for indicators that 'watchful waiting' is better

  • Low Testosterone Could Increase Death Risk
    (15-Aug-2006)
    Association was seen in men over 40, although reasons aren't clear

  • Actonel Sanctioned for Male Osteoporosis
    (14-Aug-2006)
    Already approved to increase bone mass in post-menopausal women

  • First-Ever RNA Drug Targets Prostate Cancer
    (09-Aug-2006)
    The gene-based therapy hits only malignant cells, researchers say

  • Postpartum Depression Hits Dads, Too
    (07-Aug-2006)
    Study finds 10 percent of new fathers struggle with the condition

  • Altering Fatty Acid Intake May Help Fight Prostate Cancer
    (01-Aug-2006)
    In mouse study, a balanced diet reduced PSA levels

  • Altering Fatty Acid Intake May Help Fight Prostate Cancer
    (01-Aug-2006)
    In mouse study, a balanced diet reduced PSA levels

  • Altering Fatty Acid Intake May Help Fight Prostate Cancer
    (01-Aug-2006)
    In mouse study, a balanced diet reduced PSA levels

  • Altering Fatty Acid Intake May Help Fight Prostate Cancer
    (01-Aug-2006)
    In mouse study, a balanced diet reduced PSA levels

  • Prostate Cancer Cells Have 3-Way Survival Switch
    (31-Jul-2006)
    By inactivating a protein, the disease resists hormone treatment, study finds

  • Prostate Cancer Cells Have 3-Way Survival Switch
    (31-Jul-2006)
    By inactivating a protein, the disease resists hormone treatment, study finds

  • Heart Attacks Often Go Unrecognized
    (27-Jul-2006)
    Some estimates run as high as 43 percent; women frequently under-diagnosed

  • Weightlifting Can Tear the Heart
    (27-Jul-2006)
    In rare cases, heavy strain triggers deadly aortic dissection, experts say

  • Men at Higher Risk of Recurrent Blood Clots
    (27-Jul-2006)
    Deep venous thrombosis often occurs in the legs and can be fatal, experts warn

  • Testicular Cancer Cells Weakened by Heat
    (25-Jul-2006)
    Finding could explain increased survival in men with this disease

  • Estrogen Levels May Influence Men's Alzheimer's Risk
    (24-Jul-2006)
    They carry small amounts of the hormone throughout their lives, experts note

  • Dads More Likely Than Moms to Pass on MS
    (24-Jul-2006)
    Men may carry a higher 'genetic load' linked to the disease, researchers say

  • ED Drug Uprima Often Ineffective: Study
    (21-Jul-2006)
    British researchers say it failed to deliver for two-thirds of men

  • ED Drug Uprima Often Ineffective: Study
    (21-Jul-2006)
    British researchers say it failed to deliver for two-thirds of men

  • Gender Gap in Scientific Research Shows Up in Print
    (20-Jul-2006)
    Study of major medical journals shows women still far less likely to get published

  • Impotence Can Foreshadow Coronary Artery Disease
    (19-Jul-2006)
    Doctors should monitor heart health of patients with erectile dysfunction, study says

  • Among Poorer Men
    (13-Jul-2006)
    Quitting could reduce gap in mortality rates between rich and poor, study says

  • Transgendered Professor Stirs Debate Over Women in Science
    (12-Jul-2006)
    Stanford neurobiologist blames bias, not genes, for gender gap

  • Women Run Greater Risk of Lung Cancer
    (11-Jul-2006)
    But men are more likely to die from the disease, study finds

  • New Method Gauges Weight-Loss Surgery Risk
    (07-Jul-2006)
    Very obese, hypertensive males at greatest danger of fatal complications, experts say

  • Gender May Guide Gene Expression
    (07-Jul-2006)
    The finding could explain male-female differences in disease risk

  • Five Steps Help Men Live Longer
    (04-Jul-2006)
    Exercise, healthy diet, no smoking, staying trim and moderate drinking are key, study finds

  • Personal-Care Products Can Spur Breast Development in Boys
    (28-Jun-2006)
    Tea tree oils and lavender produce a condition called gynecomastia, study finds

  • More Than One-Third of Iraq Troops Suffering Migraines
    (22-Jun-2006)
    Conditions U.S. soldiers face may trigger the powerful headaches, study authors say

  • Study Questions Choice of Hormone Therapy for Prostate Cancer
    (21-Jun-2006)
    Study found doctor's preference, not disease stage, often dictated this decision

  • Vasectomy Reversals May Raise Birth Defect Risk
    (21-Jun-2006)
    Early study shows more chromosomal abnormalities in sperm after these procedures

  • Citrus Juices Up Bone Health
    (16-Jun-2006)
    Grapefruit, orange juice battled osteoporosis in rat study

  • Men Assume Sexual Interest When There May Be None
    (16-Jun-2006)
    Researchers hope findings can curb sexual harassment, even date rape

  • Female Hormone May Prevent Type 1 Diabetes
    (07-Jun-2006)
    Research with mice shows estradiol protects cells that produce insulin

  • Genetic Quality of Sperm Deteriorates as Men Age
    (06-Jun-2006)
    Defects heighten risks of disorders such as schizophrenia and dwarfism, study suggests

  • Heart Patients Need More Fitness Follow-Up
    (06-Jun-2006)
    Women are in worse physical shape than expected, study finds

  • Dual Treatments Fight Advanced Prostate Cancer
    (05-Jun-2006)
    Drugs plus radionuclide therapy may even cause disease to regress, researchers say

  • Low Iron Could Help Spur Baldness
    (31-May-2006)
    Review of the science suggests a link, experts say

  • Education Linked to Better Fathers: Study
    (31-May-2006)
    U.S. data shows trend between education and time spent with kids

  • Not Enough Men Getting the Message on Sunscreen
    (29-May-2006)
    Most magazine ads are geared toward women, study finds

  • Daily Drinking Cuts Heart Disease Risk for Men
    (26-May-2006)
    Benefit of moderate drinking doesn't extend to women, study suggests

  • Scientists Create Artificial Penis
    (23-May-2006)
    Research with rabbits could offer treatment for human impotence, study suggests

  • Botox Might Help Treat Enlarged Prostate
    (23-May-2006)
    In small study, three-quarters of patients gained better bladder function

  • 5 States Get Failing Grades on Prostate Cancer 'Report Card'
    (22-May-2006)
    Many not doing even the simplest things to encourage men to get tested, coalition says

  • 5 States Get Failing Grades on Prostate Cancer 'Report Card'
    (22-May-2006)
    Many not doing even the simplest things to encourage men to get tested, coalition says

  • Health Tip: Why am I Losing my Hair?
    (15-May-2006)
    Things that can trigger hair loss

  • Radiation Therapy Helps Younger Men With Prostate Cancer
    (08-May-2006)
    It benefits them just as much as older men, early study shows

  • New Guidelines Help Preserve Fertility After Cancer Treatment
    (05-May-2006)
    It's a common problem for both male and female patients

  • Prostate Cancer Screening May Not Be Needed in Older Men
    (03-May-2006)
    They will often die of some other cause, study suggests

  • Cancer Gene Also Involved in Hair Loss
    (01-May-2006)
    Finding might lead to genetic therapy for baldness, study suggests

  • Lack of Estrogen Linked to Hip Fractures in Men
    (01-May-2006)
    Those with low levels of the hormone face three times the risk, study finds

  • Impotence a Problem for Young Men, Too
    (29-Apr-2006)
    Many turn to Viagra, even those not struggling with erectile dysfunction, study finds

  • Impotence a Problem for Young Men, Too
    (29-Apr-2006)
    Many turn to Viagra, even those not struggling with erectile dysfunction, study finds

  • Effects of Any 'Male Pill' Should Be Reversible
    (27-Apr-2006)
    Study shows fertility would return after use is discontinued

  • Smoking to Blame for Asian-American Cancer 'Gender Gap'
    (21-Apr-2006)
    Getting men to quit would drastically slash their risk, research shows

  • A Better Way to Gauge Prostate Cancer Risk?
    (19-Apr-2006)
    Researchers say a multi-factor 'calculator' works better than PSA test

  • Nearly All Paternity Tests Back Dad's Biological Claim
    (17-Apr-2006)
    Even those who doubt status are wrong 70% of time, study shows

  • Moderate Drinking Not Safe for All
    (13-Apr-2006)
    Older men with specific medical conditions may want to abstain, study suggests

  • Tests Predict Long-Term Kidney Risk
    (12-Apr-2006)
    Blood, urine screens can spot the dangers decades early

  • Amphetamines Have Bigger Impact on Male Brain
    (12-Apr-2006)
    Finding may explain why men abuse these drugs more than women

  • High Cholesterol Linked to Prostate Cancer
    (11-Apr-2006)
    Italian researchers find a direct connection, but U.S. experts call for more study

  • Testosterone Might Help Men With MS
    (06-Apr-2006)
    Early study suggests it lessens disease's impact on the brain

  • Cancer Prevention Efforts Paying Off: Report
    (05-Apr-2006)
    Tobacco use ebbs to lowest point in decades, but challenges still remain, report finds

  • Prostate Drug Might Boost Heart Risks
    (04-Apr-2006)
    In mouse study, doxazosin helped induce heart failure

  • Americans Getting Even Fatter
    (04-Apr-2006)
    Big weight gains noted among men, children since 2000, studies find

  • New Technique Treats Pelvic Pain in Men and Women
    (31-Mar-2006)
    Use of foam solution seems to prevent recurrence of disorder, researchers report

  • Poor Sources Guide Prostate Cancer Treatment Decisions
    (27-Mar-2006)
    Biased, inconsistent information does men a disservice, researchers say

  • Smokers At Higher Risk for Erectile Dysfunction
    (23-Mar-2006)
    Pack-a-day habit boosts odds by nearly 40 percent, study finds

  • Health Tip: Risk Factors for Prostate Cancer
    (23-Mar-2006)
    Age and family history are key

  • Smokers At Higher Risk for Erectile Dysfunction
    (23-Mar-2006)
    Pack-a-day habit boosts odds by nearly 40 percent, study finds

  • 'X' Factor Boosts Women's Health, Longevity
    (21-Mar-2006)
    Two X chromosomes put females at an advantage, expert says

  • Chili's Heat Kills Prostate Cancer Cells
    (16-Mar-2006)
    Someday, capsaicin in peppers might help prevent tumor recurrence, researchers say

  • Health Tip: In Men, It's Called Andropause
    (15-Mar-2006)
    Part of the natural aging process

  • Health Tip: In Men, It's Called Andropause
    (15-Mar-2006)
    Part of the natural aging process

  • Aspirin Therapy Benefits More People Than Thought
    (07-Mar-2006)
    Those with heart disease risk of 7.5 percent or more are helped, study finds

  • Healthy Lifestyle May Fight Impotence
    (03-Mar-2006)
    Diet, exercise battle both erectile dysfunction and heart disease, study suggests

  • Statin Drugs Might Help Fight Impotence
    (02-Mar-2006)
    For some, Lipitor plus Viagra worked better than Viagra alone, study found

  • Statin Drugs Might Help Fight Impotence
    (02-Mar-2006)
    For some, Lipitor plus Viagra worked better than Viagra alone, study found

  • Strong Immune System May Protect Women From Loneliness-Linked lllness
    (01-Mar-2006)
    Rat study showed males have much weaker responses after prolonged isolation

  • 'Spare Tire' Might Protect Men During Car Accident
    (01-Mar-2006)
    A little extra weight may act as padding, study finds -- but only for men

  • Treating Older Men's Prostate Cancer May Be Wiser Course
    (27-Feb-2006)
    Study argues against the practice of 'watchful waiting'

  • Virus May Have Links to Prostate Cancer
    (27-Feb-2006)
    The pathogen has never been spotted in humans before, researchers say

  • Age Could Alter PSA Readings
    (24-Feb-2006)
    Men under 70 may need different criterion for spotting prostate cancer, study suggests

  • Smoking Boosts Risk for Root Canal
    (23-Feb-2006)
    Reasons for the connection aren't clear, researchers say

  • Moms' Genetics Might Help Produce Gay Sons
    (21-Feb-2006)
    Women with multiple gay sons make a key chromosomal choice, study suggests

  • Gene May Explain Men's Raised Risk for Parkinson's
    (20-Feb-2006)
    Surprise discovery shows that gender-linked gene affects brain chemical, too

  • Science Reveals Secret to Sperm's Success
    (15-Feb-2006)
    Key protein helps them penetrate an egg

  • More Than 40% of Heart Attacks Go Undiagnosed
    (14-Feb-2006)
    The problem affects women more often than men, researchers report

  • High-Risk Black Men Least Likely to Get Prostate Cancer Tests
    (13-Feb-2006)
    Just 25% of U.S. blacks in their 60s undergo PSA blood tests, study finds

  • Poverty Behind Poor Prostate Cancer Outcomes in Black Men
    (13-Feb-2006)
    Study suggests low income and lack of education, not race, shortens survival

  • Cheney Hunting Accident Spotlights Safety Issues
    (13-Feb-2006)
    Hunters in groups increase chances of mishaps, expert says

  • Many Men Drive to ER During Heart Attack
    (10-Feb-2006)
    One in 14 do so, researchers say, even though ambulance is the better option

  • Saw Palmetto Won't Ease Enlarged Prostate
    (08-Feb-2006)
    Rigorous study shows the herbal supplement doesn't improve on placebo

  • Saw Palmetto Won't Ease Enlarged Prostate
    (08-Feb-2006)
    Rigorous study shows the herbal supplement doesn't improve on placebo

  • Saw Palmetto Won't Ease Enlarged Prostate
    (08-Feb-2006)
    Rigorous study shows the herbal supplement doesn't improve on placebo

  • Fatty Acid May Spur Prostate Cancer Growth
    (02-Feb-2006)
    Balancing omega-6 fatty acids with omega-3s is the prudent course, study suggests

  • Anger Can Harm Your Health
    (31-Jan-2006)
    ER visits show injured men were more likely to be upset at the time they got hurt

  • Health Tip: Will I Go Bald?
    (30-Jan-2006)
    The answer lies in your genes

  • Erectile Dysfunction Can Signal Heart Trouble
    (23-Jan-2006)
    Men with condition performed more poorly on cardiac stress test, researchers found

  • Erectile Dysfunction Can Signal Heart Trouble
    (23-Jan-2006)
    Men with condition performed more poorly on cardiac stress test, researchers found

  • Curry Spice Plus Cabbage Compound May Fight Cancer
    (20-Jan-2006)
    Mouse study of prostate tumors suggests real promise from the treatment

  • Impotence Drugs Linked Again to Vision Problems
    (18-Jan-2006)
    Small study suggests users with previous heart attack history may be at risk

  • Revenge Replaces Empathy in Male Brain
    (18-Jan-2006)
    Watching bad guys suffer lights up the mind's reward centers for men, study finds

  • Impotence Drugs Linked Again to Vision Problems
    (18-Jan-2006)
    Small study suggests users with previous heart attack history may be at risk

  • Surgery Not Always the Answer for Hernias
    (17-Jan-2006)
    Men with few painful symptoms may want to leave injury alone, study finds

  • Aspirin Protects Men and Women Differently
    (17-Jan-2006)
    Fewer strokes for women, fewer heart attacks for men, study found

  • Obesity Hinders Prostate Cancer Detection
    (11-Jan-2006)
    Finding highlights need for rigorous screening in heavier patients

  • Designer Genes: Women May Stray When Ovulation Peaks
    (09-Jan-2006)
    Study suggests infidelity could be part of evolutionary call for desirable mates

  • PSA Test Might Not Save Lives
    (09-Jan-2006)
    Study found screening for prostate cancer made no difference in survival rates

  • PSA Test Might Not Save Lives
    (09-Jan-2006)
    Study found screening for prostate cancer made no difference in survival rates

  • PSA Test Might Not Save Lives
    (09-Jan-2006)
    Study found screening for prostate cancer made no difference in survival rates

  • Urethritis in Men Linked to Oral Sex
    (06-Jan-2006)
    Common sexually transmitted disease may be caused by germs in mouth, study says

  • Soy Might Worsen Heart Condition
    (04-Jan-2006)
    Male mice prone to hypertrophic cardiomyopathy did better on milk-protein diet, study finds

  • More Men Are Discovering Cosmetic Surgery
    (02-Jan-2006)
    Liposuction, eyelid lifts and nose jobs are popular procedures, experts say

  • Prostate Cancer Treatment Causes Bone Loss
    (22-Dec-2005)
    Men treated with hormonal therapy may need bone-boosting meds, too

  • Impotence Points to Heart Problems
    (20-Dec-2005)
    Major study shows erectile dysfunction ups risk of cardiovascular trouble

  • Impotence Points to Heart Problems
    (20-Dec-2005)
    Major study shows erectile dysfunction ups risk of cardiovascular trouble

  • Testosterone May Improve Life for Men With Early Alzheimer's
    (12-Dec-2005)
    pen cognitive skills in small study

  • Study: Men, Women Don't Think Alike
    (09-Dec-2005)
    Brain scans reveal differences in activity while performing similar tasks

  • Fighting Cancer May Mean Fighting 'Fate'
    (08-Dec-2005)
    A belief that illness is 'meant to be' can prove deadly, experts say

  • Violent Video Games May Desensitize Users
    (08-Dec-2005)
    Study found players had little reaction to unsettling images

  • Obesity, Blood Pressure Woes Haunt Aging Boomers
    (08-Dec-2005)
    But life expectancy has hit an all-time high, annual U.S. health report finds

  • Infertility Boosts Testicular Cancer Risk
    (02-Dec-2005)
    Screening subfertile men for the disease makes sense, expert says

  • Health Tip: Bonding With Baby
    (02-Dec-2005)
    Fathers need to do it, too

  • New Screens Help Spot Football Injuries
    (30-Nov-2005)
    MRI, X-ray are giving doctors a better picture

  • As Noise Rises, So May Heart Risks
    (24-Nov-2005)
    Loud environments boost odds for heart attack, study finds

  • Male Preemie Babies at Higher Risk for Hypertension As Adults
    (21-Nov-2005)
    Odds are doubled for males born very early, study found

  • New Impotence Drug Under Review
    (18-Nov-2005)
    Avanafil takes effect within 30 minutes, researchers say

  • Health Tip: Males With Enlarged Breasts
    (16-Nov-2005)
    It's usually nothing to worry about

  • a Just Reward
    (08-Nov-2005)
    Brain's 'reward centers' show heightened activity if something is funny, study finds

  • Syphilis Rates Rising Among U.S. Men
    (08-Nov-2005)
    Study cites lax safe-sex behavior by gay and bisexual males

  • Widening Waistlines Raise Kidney Risks
    (04-Nov-2005)
    Heavier men face higher odds of organ dysfunction, research shows

  • Protein Helps Vitamin E Fight Cancer
    (01-Nov-2005)
    TAP might also serve as early marker for prostate tumors

  • Campaign Seeks to Educate Hispanic Men About Depression
    (27-Oct-2005)
    An estimated 54 percent suffer at least one major episode in their lifetime

  • Viagra May Treat Heart Failure
    (24-Oct-2005)
    Impotence drug reduced hormonal stress on heart by 50 percent, researcher says

  • Prostate Cancer Screening Cuts Death Risk
    (19-Oct-2005)
    Study found those patients who had taken PSA test annually had higher survival rates

  • Prostate Cancer Screening Cuts Death Risk
    (19-Oct-2005)
    Study found those patients who had taken PSA test annually had higher survival rates

  • Abused Boys Become Abusive Men
    (18-Oct-2005)
    They're more likely to commit domestic violence as adults, study finds

  • Marital Status Affects Prostate Cancer Treatment Choices
    (18-Oct-2005)
    Study found men with spouses more likely to seek radiation for advanced disease

  • No Link Between Diabetes, Aggressive Prostate Cancer
    (17-Oct-2005)
    However, diabetic patients do have poorer survival rates, study finds

  • Slimming Down Heats Up Sex Lives
    (17-Oct-2005)
    For the obese, losing weight can have romantic rewards, study finds

  • Blood Test May Spot Aggressive Prostate Cancer
    (17-Oct-2005)
    A reliable screen would help doctors match treatments to individual patients

  • Smoking Reduces a Man's Fertility
    (17-Oct-2005)
    If you're thinking of fathering a child, don't smoke, experts advise

  • Health Tip: Hair Loss in Women With Cancer
    (14-Oct-2005)
    A wig can help you look and feel better

  • Lighting Up May Dumb Smokers Down
    (14-Oct-2005)
    Study finds increased thinking problems, lower IQ among long-term tobacco users

  • PCBs Hurt Sperm, But Not Men's Fertility
    (12-Oct-2005)
    DNA damage may not lower reproductive ability, study finds

  • Hormone Therapy May Fight Localized Prostate Cancer
    (06-Oct-2005)
    But experts question whether the study's findings remain relevant

  • U.S. Cancer Death Rates Keep Falling
    (04-Oct-2005)
    Decline since 1990s has been steeper among men than women, new report finds

  • Weight Gain May Spur Prostate Cancer
    (01-Oct-2005)
    Obese men progressed faster to disease recurrence, study found

  • Ali Torre Goes to Bat Against Prostate Cancer
    (29-Sep-2005)
    Wife of Yankees manager Joe Torre spearheads new educational campaign

  • Married Women Report More Sexual Woes Than Singles
    (29-Sep-2005)
    But new U.K. survey finds the opposite is true for men

  • Pomegranate Shows Promise Against Prostate Cancer
    (26-Sep-2005)
    It stopped malignancy in cell cultures and mice, but experts remain cautious

  • Cholesterol-Lowering Drugs May Prevent Fracture Risk
    (26-Sep-2005)
    But randomized trials are needed to settle this controversial issue, researchers add

  • PSA Still Best Predictor of Prostate Cancer Recurrence
    (23-Sep-2005)
    Study counters recent claims that test might not be effective

  • 'Downward Mobility' Hits Men Hardest
    (21-Sep-2005)
    They're more likely to suffer depression than women as incomes decline, study finds

  • Sexism May Shorten Men's Lives: Study
    (15-Sep-2005)
    Countries with high levels of violence against women also have high male death rates

  • Health Tip: Prevent Testicular Cancer
    (08-Sep-2005)
    Self-examination may catch tumors early

  • CT Scans Spot Younger Men's Heart Risk
    (07-Sep-2005)
    But the technique isn't yet recommended for wide use, researchers add

  • Health Tip: Recovering After Vasectomy
    (06-Sep-2005)
    Don't overdo it for a few days

  • Health Tip: Recovering After Vasectomy
    (06-Sep-2005)
    Don't overdo it for a few days

  • Dad's the Link for Childhood Asthma
    (01-Sep-2005)
    Researchers find genetic trail leads to fathers

  • Breast Cancer Gene Tied to Non-Breast Tumors in Men
    (01-Sep-2005)
    BRCA2 mutations up risks for other malignancies, study finds

  • Exercise Cuts Men's Heart Death Risk
    (29-Aug-2005)
    Staying fit a lifesaver regardless of cholesterol levels, study finds

  • Healthy Diet, Exercise Fight Prostate Cancer
    (12-Aug-2005)
    Study is first to show lifestyle changes battle malignancy

  • Combo Therapy Stalls Return of Prostate Cancer
    (08-Aug-2005)
    Vaccine, hormone treatment seems to delay recurrence, study finds

  • PSA Changes Over Time Predict Prostate Cancer Risk
    (26-Jul-2005)
    Doctors may need to stop focusing on single test results, studies suggest

  • Testosterone Patch Improves Sexual Desire
    (25-Jul-2005)
    But FDA decision to nix patch will likely stand, researcher adds

  • Lung Cancer Deaths Declining for Europe's Men
    (22-Jul-2005)
    But the reverse is true for women, study finds

  • New Drug Promising for Testicular Cancer
    (21-Jul-2005)
    Single-dose carboplatin post-surgery just as effective as weeks of radiotherapy

  • Obesity May Begin at the Office
    (20-Jul-2005)
    Time stuck behind desk means pounds added, study finds

  • Obesity Tougher on Men
    (13-Jul-2005)
    Very overweight women much fitter than male peers, study finds

  • Men at Much Higher Eye Injury Risk
    (12-Jul-2005)
    Their risk is double that for women, research shows

  • Brittle Bones Can Affect Older Men As Well
    (10-Jul-2005)
    Fractures less common but more lethal for men than for women, experts say

  • FDA Orders Label Change for Impotence Drugs
    (08-Jul-2005)
    Change will reflect reports of sudden vision loss among users

  • Early Prostate Screening May Save Lives
    (08-Jul-2005)
    PSA blood test cuts risk of aggressive cancer by 35 percent, study found

  • Postnatal Depression Can Hit New Dads, Too
    (23-JUN-2005)
    Study finds father's 'baby blues' negatively affect child

  • Radiation Frequency Questioned for Male Breast Cancer
    (22-JUN-2005)
    Study suggests men, women be treated using same guidelines

  • More DNA Damage to Older Men's Sperm
    (21-JUN-2005)
    Findings have implications for middle-aged, wanna-be dads

  • Sunlight Lowers Prostate Cancer Risk
    (15-JUN-2005)
    But it raises skin cancer odds, so experts don't advise sunbathing

  • Viagra Treats Children's Lethal Hypertension
    (13-JUN-2005)
    The impotence drug relaxes lung arteries, extending survival

  • Low Testosterone a Common Problem for Diabetic Men
    (11-JUN-2005)
    They may be at double the risk of non-diabetics, study finds

  • Low Testosterone a Common Problem for Diabetic Men
    (11-JUN-2005)
    They may be at double the risk of non-diabetics, study finds

  • Protein Measures Prostate Cancer's Severity
    (07-JUN-2005)
    A blood test could help doctors decide for or against surgery

  • Simple Model Predicts Prostate Cancer Type
    (03-JUN-2005)
    It could help doctors design patient-tailored treaments

  • Health Tip: Preventing Prostate Cancer
    (01-JUN-2005)
    Begin by improving your diet

  • Viagra May Raise STD Risks in Gay Men
    (01-JUN-2005)
    But there's debate over whether the drug is to blame

  • FDA Probes Reports of Vision Loss Linked to Impotence Drugs
    (27-MAY-2005)
    But the medicines may not be the cause, agency cautions

  • Does Size Matter? Most Romantic Partners Say 'No'
    (27-MAY-2005)
    Studies find both sexes' body insecurities may be misguided

  • Erectile Trouble May Signal Heart Disease
    (24-MAY-2005)
    Studies suggest men with ED get checked for vascular problems

  • Loving Partners Help Men Battle Prostate Cancer
    (23-MAY-2005)
    Relationships enhance patient's quality of life, study finds

  • Drug Helps Target Prostate Biopsies
    (19-MAY-2005)
    It may spare men repeat procedures, researchers say

  • Health Tip: Coping with Hair Loss
    (18-MAY-2005)
    Talk to your doctor about treatment

  • Exercise Boosts Prostate Health
    (11-MAY-2005)
    Active men cut risk for advanced cancer by 70 percent, study finds

  • Study: Surgery Best for Prostate Cancer
    (11-MAY-2005)
    But experts say this decision is best made by patient and his doctor

  • Cell Therapy Targets Gum Disease, Stretch Marks
    (04-MAY-2005)
    Special dermal-layer cells might even regrow hair, company says

  • Depression Raises Men's Heart Risks
    (03-MAY-2005)
    Blue moods bring cardiovascular system down, too, study finds

  • Father's Longevity Linked to Your Blood Pressure
    (03-MAY-2005)
    French researchers find hypertension higher in those whose fathers died young

  • Men's Social Status Linked to Heart Disease
    (01-MAY-2005)
    Researchers find isolation can affect inflammation marker

  • Pollutants Prove to Affect Male Fertility
    (29-APR-2005)
    Swedish study shows link between environment, chromosomal changes

  • Health Tip: Men Who Have Osteoporosis
    (27-APR-2005)
    Some preventive steps you can take

  • Alcohol a Strong Risk Factor for Hypertension in China
    (22-APR-2005)
    Frequent drinkers double their risk of high blood pressure, study finds

  • Beer, Red Wine Both Boost Blood Pressure
    (21-APR-2005)
    But red wine's other effects may still make it heart-healthy

  • Statins May Halve Advanced Prostate Cancer Risk
    (18-APR-2005)
    Study hints at potential promise of cholesterol-busting drugs

  • Tissue Scan May Improve Prostate Cancer Treatment
    (15-APR-2005)
    It beat standard lab biopsy in helping doctors predict course of disease

  • Tamoxifen Eases Prostate Cancer Treatment Side Effects
    (14-APR-2005)
    Adding the drug cut down on breast enlargement and breast pain

  • Testosterone Behind Men's Higher Aneurysm Risk
    (04-APR-2005)
    Male hormones could make males vulnerable to aortic rupture

  • Radiation for Prostate Cancer May Make Rectal Cancer More Likely
    (01-APR-2005)
    Overall risk for rectal tumors remains low, however

  • Study: Partial Prostate Cancer Freeze Therapy Effective
    (01-APR-2005)
    But others worry the technique will miss some malignant tissue

  • Sports Victories Spur Injuries
    (31-MAR-2005)
    Assaults seem to surge when the home team wins

  • Healthy Change, Early Screening Can Cut Cancer Rates
    (31-MAR-2005)
    Cancer Society report finds some successes, many challenges

  • Health Tip: Male Menopause
    (28-MAR-2005)
    Surviving your 'midlife crisis'

  • Race, Marriage Influence Prostate Cancer Treatment
    (28-MAR-2005)
    Both help men decide whether to opt for surgery or radiation, study suggests

  • Fingers Point to Male Aggression
    (25-MAR-2005)
    Index-to-ring-finger ratio identifies men prone to using fists, scientists say

  • Gene-Diet Link May Shield Some Men From Prostate Cancer
    (24-MAR-2005)
    Antioxidants from food especially helpful in 25% of men, study suggests

  • PSA Test Plus Digital Exam Best at Spotting Prostate Cancer
    (24-MAR-2005)
    One screen detects what the other may miss, study suggests

  • Treatment Options Increasing for Prostate Cancer
    (24-MAR-2005)
    But reliable screening procedures remain elusive, panel of experts says

  • Widening Waistlines Predict Diabetes in Men
    (22-MAR-2005)
    Belt size beats body mass index as disease indicator, study finds

  • 'Inert' Female Chromosome May Be Active
    (16-MAR-2005)
    Finding points to unsuspected source of differences between men, women

  • Radiation 'Seed Therapy' Beating Prostate Cancer
    (10-MAR-2005)
    Study finds it equals or excels traditional surgery in curing disease

  • Developed Countries Still Carry Greatest Cancer Burden
    (10-MAR-2005)
    But study finds developing nations are catching up

  • Health Tip: Hair Loss in Women
    (09-MAR-2005)
    How not to make it worse

  • Lung Cancer 'Gender Gap' Closing
    (07-MAR-2005)
    Men's rate falling while women hold steady, report finds

  • Prostate Cancer Vaccine Shows Promise
    (04-MAR-2005)
    Method of attack could be used against other tumors, researchers say

  • Battle of the Sexes a Matter of Perception
    (28-FEB-2005)
    Males better at spatial memory, but females quickly catch up, monkey study shows

  • Wives Who Bite Their Tongues Risk Their Lives
    (17-FEB-2005)
    Avoiding conflict with husbands boosts likelihood of death, study finds

  • Love Beats Depression for Women, Not Men
    (09-FEB-2005)
    Relationships study found big gender differences

  • Puberty Starts With a 'KiSS'
    (07-FEB-2005)
    Gene awakens reproductive system at right time, researchers report

  • DHEA May Help Treat Mid-Life Depression
    (07-FEB-2005)
    Study suggests over-the-counter hormone can ease symptoms

  • Viagra Protects Against Pulmonary Problems
    (01-FEB-2005)
    Helps with altitude-induced hypertension, researchers say

  • Viagra Protects Against Pulmonary Problems
    (01-FEB-2005)
    Helps with altitude-induced hypertension, researchers say

  • Panel: Screen Older Male Smokers for Abdominal Aneurysm
    (31-JAN-2005)
    A one-time ultrasound for men aged 65 to 75 could save lives

  • HIV Risk High in Poor Neighborhoods
    (28-JAN-2005)
    Stress experienced by males leads to drug use, needle sharing

  • Extra Weight Skews PSA Scores
    (24-JAN-2005)
    High BMI means prostate cancer screen can miss early stages of disease, study says

  • Viagra May Reverse Enlarged-Heart Damage
    (23-JAN-2005)
    Mouse study indicates erectile dysfunction drug can treat hypertrophy

  • Hormone Therapy Has Drawbacks for Men as Well
    (12-JAN-2005)
    Prostate cancer patients on androgen-deprivation therapy had increased risk of bone breaks

  • Curtailing Side Effects of Prostate Cancer Radiation
    (11-JAN-2005)
    More thorough imaging reduces erectile dysfunction in patients

  • Only Moderate Drinking Wards Off Stroke
    (03-JAN-2005)
    A glass of red every other day is key, researchers report

  • Remarriage Turns Men Into Couch Potatoes
    (28-DEC-2004)
    But a study finds that they boost their veggie intake

  • Health Tip: Skin Disease Causes Baldness
    (17-DEC-2004)
    Understanding alopecia areata

  • Do Hungry Guys Prefer Heftier Gals?
    (17-DEC-2004)
    Study suggests men's tastes change before, after meals

  • Male Birth Control Moves Closer to Reality
    (13-DEC-2004)
    The focus is on pills, implants that keep sperm counts at zero

  • Laptops May Threaten Male Fertility
    (09-DEC-2004)
    Keep computers on desk as much as possible, researcher says

  • Health Tip: Hair Apparent
    (02-DEC-2004)
    Modern anti-baldness therapies involve hair relocation

  • Gay Men Using Viagra Recreationally
    (02-DEC-2004)
    Study: Practice may raise risk of STDs, fatal drug interactions

  • Stem Cells Offer Hope for Urinary Incontinence
    (29-NOV-2004)
    Women maintaining bladder control a year after new treatment

  • Genetic Interplay Controls Prostate Cancer Growth
    (23-NOV-2004)
    A complex picture of three key genes emerges from a mouse study

  • Health Tip: Boxers or Briefs?
    (16-NOV-2004)
    Won't make a difference to fertility

  • New Clue to Prostate Cancer May Improve Treatment
    (16-NOV-2004)
    Better targeting of hormone receptor could stop spread of disease

  • New Clue to Prostate Cancer May Improve Treatment
    (16-NOV-2004)
    Better targeting of hormone receptor could stop spread of disease

  • Strides Made in Male Contraceptive Vaccine
    (11-NOV-2004)
    Anti-sperm shots make monkeys temporarily infertile

  • Obesity Carries Extra Health-Care Costs
    (07-NOV-2004)
    Overweight men have bigger drug bills, study finds

  • Taking Measure of Prostate Cancer Care
    (04-NOV-2004)
    Study will examine treatment satisfaction among patients and their spouses

  • Some Chest Pains Require More Scrutiny in ER
    (04-NOV-2004)
    Small percentage of patients go on to have heart attacks, problems a month later

  • Testosterone Tied to Memory
    (28-OCT-2004)
    Prostate cancer patients who were deprived of it forgot things faster than healthy men

  • Testosterone Tied to Memory
    (28-OCT-2004)
    Prostate cancer patients who were deprived of it forgot things faster than healthy men

  • Hispanics, Women Less Likely to Be Tested for Colon Cancer
    (25-OCT-2004)
    They skip screenings when not reminded by doctors, new study finds.

  • Health Tip: Why Women Live Longer
    (22-OCT-2004)
    Or, why men die sooner

  • Jury Still Out on Testosterone Therapy
    (20-OCT-2004)
    Older men suffering 'male menopause' may benefit, but risks remain unclear

  • Jury Still Out on Testosterone Therapy
    (20-OCT-2004)
    Older men suffering 'male menopause' may benefit, but risks remain unclear

  • Brief Drops in Testosterone Don't Hurt Healthy Men
    (06-OCT-2004)
    Drug that reduced levels had little negative effect on mood, study finds

  • Brief Drops in Testosterone Don't Hurt Healthy Men
    (06-OCT-2004)
    Drug that reduced levels had little negative effect on mood, study finds

  • Heart-Healthy Diet Prevents Gallstones
    (05-OCT-2004)
    Unsaturated fat intake linked to reduced risk

  • Treatment Delay for Prostate Cancer Doesn't Hurt Outcome
    (05-OCT-2004)
    Those who had to wait up to three months for radiation no worse off, study finds

  • Gender Plays Part in Mental Health
    (29-SEP-2004)
    More women suffer depression, post-traumatic stress disorder

  • Women Will Outsprint Men at 100 Meters -- Maybe
    (29-SEP-2004)
    Study of Olympic times predicts women will be swifter by year 2156

  • Red Wine Stems Prostate Cancer
    (28-SEP-2004)
    Daily glass cuts risk in half, study finds

  • Treadmill Test Predicts Heart Risk in Men
    (27-SEP-2004)
    But some experts question its worth

  • Impotence: A Red Flag for Heart Disease
    (26-SEP-2004)
    The two share common physiologic pathways, experts say

  • Impotence: A Red Flag for Heart Disease
    (26-SEP-2004)
    The two share common physiologic pathways, experts say

  • Report Urges More Prostate Cancer Research
    (22-SEP-2004)
    Seeks better treatment, coordination among specialists

  • Winning Battles in the Prostate Cancer War
    (21-SEP-2004)
    Early detection is key to combating the disease

  • Impotence Common After Radiation, Surgery on Prostate
    (14-SEP-2004)
    Major side effects of either procedure linger after 5 years

  • Impotence Common After Radiation, Surgery on Prostate
    (14-SEP-2004)
    Major side effects of either procedure linger after 5 years

  • New Compounds Fight Malaria, Prostate Cancer
    (24-AUG-2004)
    Agents that mimic Chinese herbal remedy kill parasites, cancer cells

  • Protein Prompts Spread of Prostate Cancer
    (23-AUG-2004)
    Treatments that block hepsin might slow cancer

  • Back Pain Shows Gender Gap
    (19-AUG-2004)
    Men and women report different causes of muscle spasms along spine

  • Short Course of Hormone Therapy Boosts Odds With Prostate Cancer
    (17-AUG-2004)
    Six months was enough to improve survival rates while reducing side effects

  • Short Course of Hormone Therapy Boosts Odds With Prostate Cancer
    (17-AUG-2004)
    Six months was enough to improve survival rates while reducing side effects

  • Extra Help for Impotence
    (13-AUG-2004)
    Erection pill and testosterone gel effective combination, study finds

  • Extra Help for Impotence
    (13-AUG-2004)
    Erection pill and testosterone gel effective combination, study finds

  • Recreational Use of Viagra on the Increase
    (05-AUG-2004)
    Study finds threefold jump in younger men

  • Recreational Use of Viagra on the Increase
    (05-AUG-2004)
    Study finds threefold jump in younger men

  • Recreational Use of Viagra on the Increase
    (05-AUG-2004)
    Study finds threefold jump in younger men

  • Dads Play Key Role in Kids' Mental Health
    (03-AUG-2004)
    Important when mother is suffering, study says

  • Hypnosis Works Better for Male Smokers Trying to Quit
    (30-JUL-2004)
    Therapy helps 30% of men and only 23% of women, study finds

  • How Clint Eastwood Rouses Guys' Love Hormone
    (29-JUL-2004)
    Think Bridges of Madison County, not Dirty Harry

  • Clues to Courting Behavior Found
    (28-JUL-2004)
    Nerve cell cluster gives male fruit flies suave mating style

  • Protein May Be Key to Prostate Cancer
    (16-JUL-2004)
    Stat5 a new target in more aggressive tumors

  • Some '91 Gulf War Vets Report Fertility Problems
    (13-JUL-2004)
    But experts say the finding by British researchers is inconclusive

  • Fast-Rising PSA Levels Signal Aggressive Prostate Cancer
    (07-JUL-2004)
    Increases of more than two points in year before diagnosis spelled trouble