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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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Conforming to Masculine Norms may be Harmful to Men's Mental Health

Sexism may also have a detrimental effect on the mental health of those who embrace such attitudes, revealed a new study. The findings published by
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Prostate Cancer Has Highest Five Year Survival Rate

Surgery and radiation can be equally reasonable options as treatment for men with prostate cancer. But the report published in the emNew England
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Number of Sexual Partners May Double Prostate Cancer Risk in Men

Increased risk of prostate cancer in men was found to be associated with the number of sexual partners, according to a study from Cancer Council New South Wales in Australia.
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Risk Factors for Prostate Cancer are Not What We Think

Risk and reality don't always match up when it comes to prostate cancer biopsies, according to research published online in the Journal of Clinical Oncology.
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Contraceptive Injection for Men Proves Effective

A hormone-based contraceptive injection for men has been shown to be almost 100 percent effective, and may also increase libido. Over a year-long
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Non-Aggressive Prostate Cancer Does Not Warrant Immediate Treatment

Men suffering from non-aggressive prostate cancer could safely choose to monitor their disease instead of seeking immediate radiation treatment or surgery.
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Smokeless Tobacco Snus Increases Mortality Risk in Prostate Cancer

The smokeless tobacco product snus, which is used mainly in Sweden but also is sold in the U.S., may increase the mortality risk in men with prostate
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