Men’s Health Week aims to spread both awareness and education about men’s health issues. Self-care interventions for men, both on and offline, have sprung up in recent years that offer preventative education and tools for men to take greater care of their well-being. What are some of the specific ways these programs can benefit men?
Comanagement of cardiovascular disease risk factors through exercise and weight loss can improve erectile function.
Overweight or obese men frequently have low serum testosterone concentrations, which is associated with increased risk of type 2 diabetes.
An analysis of data from the VA healthcare system revealed a gap in recommended assessments of cardiovascular risk factors among men with prostate cancer.
Illegal use of anabolic androgenic steroids (AAS) is associated with reduced serum insulin-like factor 3 (INSL3) for years following cessation
The goal of this study was to assess the impact of doxycycline PEP on M genitalium, an emerging pathogen among men who have sex with men that has rising rates of antibiotic resistance.
Retrospective study of more than 32,000 veterans sought to determine the incidence, management, and mortality of men with prostate cancer who experience depression.
Researchers analyzed a hypothyroidism comorbidity network for positive and negative associations with other chronic conditions.
Investigators examined incidence, clearance, and risk factors for 13 high-risk human papilloma virus types in gay and bisexual men with HIV.
For nursing home residents with COVID-19, mortality odds are increased with older age, male sex, and impaired cognitive and physical function.
In addition to 2 COVID-19 vaccines, the FDA approved multiple medications of import to nurse practitioners and physician assistants.
Additional safety data on testosterone therapy are needed before it can be used to prevent type 2 diabetes.
Risk for pregnancy loss increases for men with one, two, three or more versus no components of metabolic syndrome
Human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccines are safe and well tolerated in male patients, with few reports of adverse events.
While the global pandemic is obviously stressful for everyone, the impact of factors related to the family unit and other protective psychosocial factors that could produce resilient or psychopathological results in college students has not been sufficiently assessed nor differentiated by gender.
Use of computed tomography and bone scans in low-risk prostate cancer cases has been in decline, but doctors continue to order these imaging modalities despite professional guidelines that do not recommend such use.
There is a trend toward a decreasing age for diagnosis of cardiovascular disease and associated risk factors among women.
Clinicians should be aware of how to care for victims of intimate partner violence during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Higher fitness levels were found to lower and delay the risk for atrial fibrillation among African American male veterans.
Interview study identifies men’s perception and concerns related to their prostate cancer journey.