The Low Down on Down Low Testosterone
By the age of 35, men's testosterone levels begin to drop by one or two percent each year. By the age of 50, 30% of men are already below the normal testosterone range and that number increases as years advance.
To Infinity and Beyond ED Drugs
Erectile dysfunction patients still want to rock their world and their partner's world. Drugs help 70 percent of these patients achieve an erection, but there's more to sex than that.
Sexy Rx: Lose Weight
Men with diabetes 2 can have co-existing conditions, including erectile dysfunction (ED). While ED can be treated with drugs like Viagra, Cialis and Levitra, weight loss may also work.
Antioxidants May Fill Infertility Gap
Infertility issues, including erectile dysfunction (ED) are sometimes addressed by adding antioxidants to patients' diets. Is this 'get the lead out' approach effective?
Rock 'n Roll Lifestyle
The same poor health habits that can lead to heart disease, diabetes and cancer also can contribute to erectile dysfunction (ED). Maintaining a healthly lifestyle is essential to having a vibrant sexual health.
Men Pacing Themselves Nicely
Biventricular pacemakers are an electronic, battery-powered pacing device that is surgically implanted under the skin to give patients with advanced heart failure a balanced heart beat.
Poor Sleep Hits Below the Belt
Do you go to the bathroom more than you should have to? Are you having sexual health issues? These problems could be tied to poor sleep. According to two recent studies, sleep habits indicated your health status.
Not for the Faint of Heart
Kanec USA Inc. is voluntarily recalling all lots of its male enhancement capsules due to unapproved use of an erectile dysfunction drug that could lead to potentially dangerous drug interactions.