Health News

Cholesterol Meds May Lower Cancer Deaths
Cholesterol lowering medications called statins are among the most commonly prescribed medicines in the US. New research is suggesting these medications may lower more than cholesterol in prostate cancer patients.
At the Heart of Men's Sexual Problems
For men who decide to see their doctor for sexual issues, it may be a good idea to get the heart checked out at the same time. 
Breakfast-Skippers Beware
There may be more good reasons to call breakfast the most important meal of the day. The morning meal may make a big difference when it comes to heart health.
Rx to Stop Heart Disease Before it Starts
Preventing heart disease can be easier and less expensive than treating it. For people with high cholesterol, there are ways to prevent heart disease and keep those tickers healthy for years.
For the Bald, Heart Trouble May Be Ahead
Men who are bald or going bald cannot comb over the fact that hair loss may be linked to coronary heart disease.
Extra Calcium May Harden a Man’s Heart
Older people may take calcium supplements to improve bone health. For men, however, downing large doses of this nutrient may increase the chances of getting heart disease.
Getting Physical with ED
Erectile dysfunction (ED) can be a difficult and frustrating problem.  Characterized by the inability to develop or maintain an erection sufficient for sexual intercourse, ED may make some men feel embarrassed and ashamed.
ED Signals Need For Heart Check
Erectile dysfunction (ED) is a common problem, especially for men over 40. For some men, ED is a red flag for heart problems. As such, men with ED may need to keep a closer watch on their heart health.
Sudden Death Risk Before Diabetes
Diabetes can increase your risk for all sorts of health issues, including heart problems. According to recent research, people could be faced with the most severe of these problems even before diabetes sets in.
Pelvic Stents May Aid Sexual Function
Stents are used to open arteries that have narrowed from heart disease. Now doctors are considering them to treat erectile dysfunction to open the artery that supplies blood to the penis.