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Gay Patient Sues Over Homosexuality Diagnosis
Lawsuit comes after health care network neglects to remove archaic description from gay man's medical records despite complaint.
Could Your Social Network be a Lifeline?
Could being social save your life? New research finds that men who were more socially connected were half as likely to commit suicide as lone wolves.
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Walking Works More Magic: This Time With Parkinson's
Walking can reverse diabetes, lower blood pressure, and help people keep fat off. Now a study shows it can also help against Parkinson’s disease.
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Unkindest Cut: Vasectomy Has No Place in Plea Deal
Facing five years or more in prison, Jessie Lee Herald cut a deal. Or more accurately, the state reduced his sentence if he would agree to be cut.
Migraines and Men: Why I Laughed When Told to 'Man Up'
Migraines impact roughly two to three times more women than men, so I’ve found myself fighting on two fronts.
FDA Warns of Dangerous Testosterone Risks
Dr. Nancy Snyderman
Testosterone treatment is a growing multibillion-dollar business, but it presents the risk of life-threatening blood clots.
New Warning on Testosterone: Blood Clots in Legs
Testosterone products can cause dangerous blood clots in the legs, the FDA says, and makers must include a warning on the label.
Bald Man Grows Full Head of Hair
Researchers at Yale used a drug intended for arthritis to help a man who suffered from alopecia.
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Mexico Wins! So The 'No Sex' Thing Works?
Is the Mexican team's victory in their World Cup opener a win for abstinence?
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Shacking Up? You May Be Missing Key Health Benefit
Married men are more likely than men who have live-in partners to regularly visit the doctor, a new study shows.
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More Chemo Helps Prostate Patients Live Longer
Adding a cheap, older chemotherapy drug to the treatment for advanced prostate cancer can help men live longer, researchers report.
Man's Best Friend: Dogs Can Detect Prostate Cancer
Dogs can sniff out prostate cancer with uncanny accuracy, Italian researchers reported on Sunday.
Researcher: Why Males are Invisible in Infertility
Author and medical sociologist Liberty Walther Barnes explores the invisible, ignored epidemic of male infertility in her new book.
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Want to Curse Your Spouse? You May Just Be 'Hangry'
To test their theory, scientists turned to an experiment asking married couples to secretly stick pins into a voodoo doll representing their spouse.
Six-Pack Stress: Men Worry About Looks Over Jobs
Expectations for a man's appearance are getting tougher. Over half of them admit to worrying about it at least once a week or more, the TODAY/AOL Body Image survey found.
Study: Some Disorders More Likely Among Children of Older Dads
New research published in the Journal of the American Medical Association shows children born to fathers 45 and older have an increased risk of certain disorders.
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Older Dads at Risk of Passing Along Mental Illness
Older dads have a much higher risk of having kids with mental health issues and learning disabilities, new research suggests.
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Beard Envy? Men Seeking Facial-Hair Transplants
The Brooklyn lumberjack look may not have spawned a national trend yet but some N.Y. doctors are seeing a rise in guys seeking the procedure.
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Union Prez: Players Will Accept Sam 'With Open Arms'
“I know that the union will accept him with open arms, as will our players,” NFLPA president Domonique Foxworth said, via ESPN.
Dad Writes Male Version of 'Lean In'
As Sheryl Sandberg is telling women to 'lean in' at work, one dad wants to tell men to lean out — to demand more time with their families.
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Why Good Athletes Are Good-Looking, Too
Why do we find winning athletes so attractive? There may be a good reason for it, a new study finds.
FDA To Check Safety of Testosterone Products
The Food and Drug Administration says it will check into the safety of testosterone-boosting products.
Testosterone Link to Heart Attacks Confirmed
A new study confirms earlier findings that male hormone replacement therapy raises heart attack risk.
Study confirms 'he hormone' link to heart attacks
Heavily promoted male hormone products may be sending men flocking to stores, but their next stop may be the emergency room, according to a new study published Wednesday.The research confirms earlier studies that show men with heart disease double their risk of heart attack soon after they start using testosterone gels or other supplements.
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