Could Your Low Levels of Testosterone Be Killing You?

This was posted on October 6, 2015 in category Testosterone

Most men who have reached middle age or beyond have considered their own mortality. Even though it can be an uncomfortable subject, it shouldn’t be ignored — especially in light of a recent study presented to the Endocrine Society in Toronto, which suggests low testosterone may lead to greater risk of death. The study was […]

How Testosterone Affects Your Mood

This was posted on September 29, 2015 in category Mental Health

Headlines are sometimes sensational to grab attention and pageviews. Too often the headline only tells a portion of the story — if it’s even accurate at all. But here is a case where the headline matches the content. A recent study conducted by Michael Irwig, M.D., associate professor of medicine and director of the Center for […]

The Dangers of Deep Belly Fat

This was posted on September 28, 2015 in category Weight

Americans seem obsessed with the word “fat.” Too fat, no fat, low fat, excess fat — whether we are talking about our bodies, our diets, or our wallets, we like to use the word “fat” in the description. For men, fat can show up in all sorts of places: a double chin, flabby arms, or […]

Sleep Deprivation and Its Connection to Your Waning Testosterone

This was posted on September 16, 2015 in category Sleep

We’ve all been groggy and unfocused at work due to lack of sleep, either because of choices we made or circumstances out of our control. The immediate effects of skimping on sleep are obvious: sluggishness and cravings for more coffee and a nap. But there are less obvious signs that you are too tired: becoming […]