Latest Men's Health Shows

My Partner is Suddenly Not Interested in Sex – Am I Normal?

Apr 21, 2016

Low sex drive is not uncommon in men, with 20 to 25 percent expressing having little interest for an extended period in the past year. But what about a sudden drop in male libido? It may be a touchy subject for some men, but it’s worth discussing if you feel your partner isn’t acting normal in ...

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Lifestyle Changes That Can Increase Testosterone Levels

Jan 13, 2016

There are a lot of natural products that claim they can increase your testosterone levels. But according to Dr. James Hotaling, none of them have been proven to help. There are, however, some lifestyle changes you can make that are supported by research. Find out what they are and also what you ...

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Men’s Lifestyle Choices and Offspring Health

Dec 15, 2015

Turns out that a man's lifestyle choices can affect the health and development of a baby. Smoking, drinking, even stress can likely be transmitted via the sperm and increase a baby’s risk for various diseases such as pediatric cancer. Dr. Tim Jenkins, an infertility researcher, says the impacts a ...

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Why A Doctor Should Monitor Your Testosterone Treatments

Dec 2, 2015

If you're on testosterone treatments, it’s important to be regularly monitored by a physician to avoid potential risks. Dr. Jim Hotaling is an urologist and men’s health expert at University of Utah Health Care. Find out what the potential risks are and why it’s really important to have a ...

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Andropause: The Men’s Version of Menopause

Nov 18, 2015

We know women stop producing hormones at a certain time in their life, but what about men? Do men ever stop producing testosterone? Men’s health expert Dr. James Hotaling talks about andropause, aka male menopause. He explains just what it is, when it’ll happen, its symptoms and the effects ...

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The Health Benefits of a Marriage

Nov 12, 2015

A good marriage makes people healthier. An abusive marriage is bad for your health. Research from the University of Utah found being in a marriage with a cold and controlling spouse is as predictive of poor heart health as smoking or having high cholesterol. “The Marriage Benefit” has shown that...

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The Big Benefit of Five For Life for Men

Sep 30, 2015

What’s the biggest benefit to the Five for Life program? Men who sign up can meet with experts they normally wouldn’t get to see. Your insurance pays for a doctor visit but you can meet with several different specialists free of charge. Dr. Brian Ely talks about some of the screenings and advice...

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