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PDE5 inhibitors – Another reason to love them

Boston Testosterone Partners – Testosterone Replacement Therapy for Men with adjunct therapies in PDE5 inhibitors such as tadalafil (Cialis) and Sildenafil (Viagra).  Here is another reason why many of our patients love to include tadalafil troches into their therapy protocols. Researchers from the University of Bonn treated mice with Viagra … Continue reading

The Big Fat Fix: meet the diet doctor changing the way we eat

Calories and butter are in and carbs and sugar are out — Rosamund Urwin meets the diet doctor changing the way we eat. Dr Aseem Malhotra orders a double helping of cheese. At Li Veli — an Italian bistro in Covent Garden — he picks a plate of Italian cheeses … Continue reading

Boston Testosterone – Testosterone Therapy Patient Testimonials and Reviews

Testosterone Replacement Testimonials and Reviews by Boston Testosterone Partners. At Boston Testosterone Partners, we define success as our patients do. We believe that candor, veracity and integrity are defined not by what a medical practice says about themselves but, instead, what the patients and clients say about the medical practice. Boston Testosterone … Continue reading

Low testosterone may cause health problems that lead to erectile dysfunction

Men with erectile dysfunction should be examined for testosterone deficiency and the metabolic syndrome, because these conditions commonly occur together, a new study shows. The results will be presented at The Endocrine Society’s 90th Annual Meeting in San Francisco. “Erectile dysfunction is a portal into men’s health,” said the study’s … Continue reading

Experts take strong stance on testosterone deficiency and treatment

BOSTON – In an effort to address widespread concerns related to testosterone deficiency (TD) and its treatment with testosterone therapy, a group of international experts has developed a set of resolutions and conclusions to provide clarity for physicians and patients. At a consensus conference held in Prague, Czech Republic last … Continue reading

Low Testosterone Levels and the Risk of Anemia in Older Men and Women

Background  Anemia is a frequent feature of male hypogonadism and anti-androgenic treatment. We hypothesized that the presence of low testosterone levels in older persons is a risk factor for anemia. Methods  Testosterone and hemoglobin levels were measured in a representative sample of 905 persons 65 years or older without cancer, … Continue reading

Chronic fatigue syndrome flare-ups caused by straining muscles and nerves

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – A recent study conducted by researchers at the University of Alabama at Birmingham and Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine published in PLOS ONE shows that symptoms of chronic fatigue syndrome, a complex and disabling multisystem disorder, can be provoked by imposing a mild to moderate strain to … Continue reading

Virgin olive oil and hypertension

Oleic acid plus a constellation of minor constituents as a natural antihypertensive. Consumption of virgin olive oil is good for you, but why? Scientific evidence on this issue has been accumulating for a quarter century. Epidemiological, clinical, and animal studies support that the consumption of virgin olive oil, instead of … Continue reading

Here’s New Proof That Not All Fats Are Bad For You

Fats like olive oil were linked to a lower risk of death in a new study Eating fat is not bad for your health if you’re opting for the right kinds, a new study suggests. In the new study published in JAMA Internal Medicine, researchers looked at the diets of … Continue reading

Low Serum Testosterone and Mortality in Male Veterans

Background  Low serum testosterone is a common condition in aging associated with decreased muscle mass and insulin resistance. This study evaluated whether low testosterone levels are a risk factor for mortality in male veterans. Methods  We used a clinical database to identify men older than 40 years with repeated testosterone … Continue reading