March Madness and the Super Bowl have proven to be popular times for men to schedule vasectomies. Discover why this dovetails nicely with doctor’s orders.
Researchers have long known that heavy men are at higher risk of severe prostate cancer. Surprising findings from a British study reveal that taller men are at higher risk, too. Here’s why.
If you rely on condoms, latex allergies can bring your sex life to a painful halt. An expert offers safe alternatives.
Only 8 to 12 percent of U.S. couples choose vasectomy for long-term birth control. One reason may be old fears about this simple procedure increasing risks of prostate cancer. A 2017 study should end that debate.
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If you’re a man over 50, it’s probably more difficult for you to rebound from a bucket of wings, a doughnut binge or a six-pack of beer than in your younger days. Bad habits take more of a toll as you age. Find five tips to help you look and feel younger as you age.
Think of your testicles as a factory where sperm is made. You want the factory to produce a top-notch product, so you must make smart choices to keep your workers happy and healthy.
If a little testosterone is good for a man, a lot should be better, right? So the thinking goes. No wonder interest in “low T” therapy is running so high. Tap or click to find out whether increasing testosterone will increase your fertility.
The merits of PSA (prostate-specific antigen) testing for prostate cancer have long been debated. Does testing identify too many harmless, slow-growing cancers — or does it save lives? Tap or click to reveal the answer.
It’s common knowledge that osteoporosis, a disease that causes the skeleton to weaken and bones to break, affects women. But did you know that 1.5 million men older than age 65 have osteoporosis — and another 3.5 million are at risk?
When we think of dementia, we usually envision the symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease — memory loss, word-finding problems, difficulty with daily activities. A different type of dementia targets behavior and judgement instead.