Low-fat diets tied to lower testosterone, even after controlling for other factors.
The American College of Physicians has issued a set of recommendations to clarify the potential benefits and harms of testosterone therapy in men with age-related low testosterone.
Of the estimated 38,739 new cases of HIV reported in 2017, 70% were among men who have sex with men. Use of daily PrEP can virtually eliminate the risk of developing HIV, if used as prescribed.
Testosterone replacement is associated with an improvement in body composition among younger male cancer survivors with low-normal morning total serum testosterone.
Distribution of HIV self-tests among men who have sex with men can increase testing and newly identified infections.
Men with ulcerative colitis may be particularly at risk for prostate cancer, according to researchers.
Men who undergo assisted reproduction have higher risk for prostate cancer, early-onset disease.
Risk higher for older age, Ashkenazi descent, genetic mutations, and personal, first-degree family history.
Prevalence of all severities of hemophilia A and hemophilia B estimated at 17.1 and 3.8 cases per 100,000.
Thirteen percent of PrEP-eligible men who have sex with men live in 30-minute-drive deserts.
Short-term cognitive behavioral therapy helpful for treating a range of internet addictions.
Risk lasts through 40 years of adulthood for underweight adolescent men.
Marijuana use also linked to worse overall semen parameters due to induction of oxidative stress.
Gynecomastia is the most common male breast disease, occurring in up to 57% of men.
11β-MNTDC is a modified testosterone with androgenic and progestational activity that is being developed as a potential male contraceptive.
A diet rich in cottonseed oil was found to improve cholesterol and triglyceride levels in healthy men.
Men who have sex with men have an increased risk of meningococcal disease, however, this risk is under-ascertained and improved surveillance is needed.
Odds of choosing screening up for men with family history, African descent, low socioeconomic status.
Men had larger reductions in metabolic syndrome Z-score, C-peptide, fat mass, heart rate.
Findings for men with intermediate- and high-risk prostate cancer