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Latest Study Finds No Link Between Testosterone Supplements, Heart Attack

WEDNESDAY, July 2, 2014 (HealthDay News)


Although recent research has linked testosterone therapy with a higher risk for heart attack and stroke, a new study involving more than 25,000 older men suggests otherwise.

The study, funded by the U.S. National Institutes of Health, may help ease some fears about testosterone therapy for patients and their families, the study authors said.

What Are the Low Testosterone Symptoms!

Healthyfoodmind.com, August 7, 2014


What is testosterone deficiency?
Deficiency (lack) of testosterone occurs when the testicles produce not enough testosterone. The reasons for this vary a lot. The weaker function of the testicles may be inherited; it can also be caused by toxic substances, tumors, surgery or occurs as a consequence of aging.

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Prostate health: Testosterone and beyond

modernhcp.com, July 31, 2014

Once an idea or cause and effect relationship has established itself in medicine, it can take years to slowly educate and change thinking. Such is the case with testosterone and prostate cancer. It was long ago postulated that testosterone supplementation increased a patient’s risk of prostate cancer; this connection has been assimilated into medical dogma and is often stated as though it is fact. There are some inherent flaws in this association however, including the fact that prostate cancer is most

Straight-up talk about testosterone

Insightnews.com, 21 JULY 2014,


It's almost impossible to turn on the TV or open a newspaper (or website) without hearing about testosterone deficiency in men. We're barraged with information that ranges from scientifically correct concerns about a very real medical condition, to completely unsubstantiated claims about "miracle" supplements that promise to do everything from improving a man's mood and sex drive to giving him a body that would rival that of his favorite action hero.

Low testosterone in men shouldn't be ignored

UsNews.com YouTube, Jul 11, 2014,

Beginning around the age of 30, men start losing one percent of an important hormone each year. Beginning around the age of 30, men start losing one percent of an important hormone each year. Beginning around the age of 30, men start losing one percent of an important hormone each year.

Low testosterone in men shouldn't be ignored

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Testosterone Use Doesn't Increase Heart Risk, Study Finds

http://online.wsj.com/, July 4, 2014


A study of 24,000 Medicare patients found that testosterone therapy didn't increase the risk of heart attack, contrary to several earlier studies, and that it even lowered the risk of heart attack by about 30% in the group of men judged most likely to have one based on other factors.

The findings are a boost for proponents of testosterone therapy, but still aren't likely to settle the long-standing debate over testosterone safety any time soon.

Hormones and Health Risk

HopkinsMedicine.org, July 16, 2013


Low testosterone affects more than sexual dysfunction.

Thanks to pervasive drug company advertising, erectile dysfunction as a sexual disorder is now common knowledge.

What’s less appreciated, experts say, is the role that low testosterone, a contributing factor for erectile dysfunction, can play in other serious diseases, including some of the biggest killers of men: heart problems such as high blood pressure and cholesterol, obesity-related illnesses and diabetes.

Low Testosterone Raises Risk of Age-Related Functional Disability

Newswise.com, June 22, 2014


Elderly men with low levels of testosterone or other sex hormones have twice the likelihood of having declining physical function over two years’ time compared with their peers who have the highest hormone levels, a new study from Australia finds. The results were presented Saturday at the joint meeting of the International Society of Endocrinology and the Endocrine Society: ICE/ENDO 2014 in Chicago.

Testosterone Treatment Linked to Weight Loss in Obese Men

MedicalResearch.com, May 28, 2014


Medical Research: What are the main findings of the study?

Stop Low T from Making You Feel Old before Your Time

EveryDayHealth.com, August 13, 2013


Feeling fatigued? It may not be from getting older. See how low T as well as other health conditions can zap your energy.

Low testosterone can make you feel like you’re aging all too quickly. Just ask Ed Childs, 44, of Scottsdale, Ariz. Childs said that two years ago, he felt like an old man. “I had difficulty concentrating, like my brain was in a fog,” he said. He was also depressed and gaining belly fat.