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No Connection Found Between Testosterone Therapy and Risk of Aggressive Prostate Cancer

New research suggests that men on testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) are not at higher risk for developing aggressive prostate cancer.

Men with ED More Likely to Have Hip Fractures, Study Reports

Men with erectile dysfunction (ED) have greater chances of getting a hip fracture than men with normal erections, according to new research out of Taiwan.

New Research on Adult-Onset Hypogonadism Provides “Conceptual Framework” for Healthcare Providers

A new literature review published today in Mayo Clinic Proceedings provides some insight into adult-onset hypogonadism (AOH), a condition in which middle-aged and older men have low levels of testosterone. Blog

Endometriosis and Sex

Characterized by chronic pain, endometriosis can make sexual activity difficult for many couples. Fortunately, there are ways to cope...

Sex After Heart Attack – Is it Safe?

The good news is that sex after a heart attack is usually safe. However, there are still reasons to be concerned, and that’s what we’ll talk about today. Let’s look at some common questions.

Psoriasis and Sexuality

Psoriasis can affect a person’s sex life. There’s good news, however. With treatment, open communication, and some adjustments, people with psoriasis can enjoy satisfying sex lives. Did You Know?

Study Examines Effects of Discrimination for People with Gender Dysphoria

Healthcare providers should address discrimination and lack of social support for their patients with gender dysphoria, researchers say.

Mothers’ Stress Could Reduce Couples’ Sexual Satisfaction

A new mother’s stress could affect the sexual satisfaction of both parents, according a new study from Penn State researchers.

Veterans with PTSD More Likely to Have Sexual Dysfunction

Recently, a team of experts from the United States studied the sexual health of veterans with PTSD...