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'Persuasive' Messages can Help Quit Smoking

Do you want to help your husband quit smoking? This might come in handy. US researchers have suggested that rather than inciting fear, anti-smoking campaigns
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Androgen Deprivation Therapy Does Not Increase Risk of Alzheimer's Disease

Androgen deprivation therapy (ADT) is a form of chemical castration that is prescribed to eliminate testosterone in men with advanced prostate cancer
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Chinese Research Aims at Treating Infertility in Men

Why does fertility in men diminish with age when sperm are constantly replenished in the adult male body? Chinese researchers have found that stimulating
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Uncovering a Genetic Key to Self-Renewal of Male Reproductive Cells

The spermatogonial stem cells (SSCs) are responsible for producing sperm. Sperm are constantly replenished in the adult male body. Understanding the
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Men on Average Have Less Children Than Women

Max Planck researchers have now calculated the missing age data for men using statistical methods. Research on men's birthrates have so far been rather a blind spot.
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Bullying at Workplace Makes Men Quit Their Job

Bullying affects men and women differently, a new research has found. Whereas it often causes women to go on prolonged sick leave or use antidepressants,
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Classical Music can Boost Men's Concentration

Music may influence a man's ability to focus. While classical music can boost the concentration, rock music can distract, finds a new research. Interestingly,
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Testosterone Levels may be Regulated by Enzyme That Digests Vitamin A

Beta carotene is the pigment responsible for the orange color of carrots, pumpkins and other plants. An enzyme that converts the dietary carotenoid
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Stress-Hormone Differences in Gay Men Highlighted

Scientist conducted a study to examine how individuals belonging to both sexual and racial minorities experience increased stigma and discrimination that can affect their stress hormones.
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Modern Hunter-Gatherers Show Value of Physical Activity

Men leave their huts on foot, armed with bows and poison-tipped arrows, to hunt for their next meal in a remote area of north-central Tanzania. Dinner
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