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Researchers in Australia have released the results of a study showing that dropping testosterone levels in older men could potentially put them at risk when taking care of themselves in their later years.
Researchers analyzed records from more than 25,000 Medicare beneficiaries and found no evidence that testosterone replacement therapy increases the risk of heart attack among older men.
The US Food and Drug Administration recently announced it will require the makers of testosterone replacement therapies to add general warnings about venous blood clots to product labels.
A new factor in sleep and sleep apnea among obese and overweight men was introduced by researchers at a recent conference, pointing to the man’s testosterone levels as helping determine sleep quality.
This marks the first testosterone nasal gel for replacement therapy in adult males approved by the FDA for conditions associated with a deficiency or absence of endogenous testosterone.
A new study finds that regular exercise can boost the effect of testosterone replacement therapy among men who suffer from late-onset hypogonadism.
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