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Low T Hits Many Men at an Early Age, Study Finds

In All Health Watch, Featured Article, General Health, Men's Health, Sexual Health by INH Research2 Comments

When we think of low testosterone, we often think of older guys who’ve lost their mojo.

They may have sexual problems. They may lack the energy of their younger days. And their muscle may have given way to flab.

But a new study finds that low T is far from a condition of aging. It hits younger and middle-aged men in surprisingly high numbers.

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These 5 Mistakes Steal Your Testosterone

In All Health Watch, Featured Article, General Health, Men's Health, Sexual Health by INH Research0 Comments

Most men think that low testosterone levels are a natural part of aging. Worse yet, they think there’s nothing you can do to stop it—other than risky, expensive hormone replacement therapy.

But here’s the thing… We all know men in their 60s—and beyond—who are in great shape. Their energy levels are through the roof. They can put most men in their 40s to shame.

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Five Easy-to-Miss Signs of Low Testosterone

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Editor’s Note: This week we’re tackling one of the most common—and frustrating—health issues men face as they get older… Low testosterone. We’ll show you safe, natural ways to boost your testosterone—and feel like the man you were in your twenties again. It all starts with being able to spot the problem in the first place…

Testosterone may be the most important hormone in a man’s body.

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Does Vasectomy Give Men Prostate Cancer? Mayo Clinic Study Answers…

In All Health Watch, Featured Article, Men's Health, Prostate Cancer by INH Research0 Comments

Most men are nervous enough about getting a vasectomy. And for three decades, conflicting studies haven’t made them feel any better.

Some researchers warned that the birth control procedure increases chances of prostate cancer.1

Scientists at the famed Mayo Clinic recently set out to settle the controversy. They just completed a large review of the past 30 years of vasectomy studies to determine if cancer fears are justified.

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