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Cell Phone Radiation Damages Sperm, Studies Show Phones Carried on Belt or in Pants Pocket May Harm Reproductive Health Although most scientific and public attention on the issue of the safety of cell phone radiation has focused on evidence suggesting an increased risk of brain tumors (Baan 2011), a little-noticed … Continue reading

A diet lacking in zinc is detrimental to human and animal health

The trace element zinc has an impact on the essential metabolic functions of most living organisms. New research carried out by the Chair of Animal Nutrition at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) has found that even minimal zinc deficiency impairs digestion, albeit without any typical symptoms such as skin … Continue reading

Study explains how low testosterone raises diabetes risk

For the first time, researchers have identified how testosterone helps men regulate blood sugar by triggering key signaling mechanisms in islets, clusters of cells within the pancreas that produce insulin. The findings, co–authored by Tulane University researchers, were published in the journal Cell Metabolism. The study could help identify new … Continue reading

Mainstream Doctors’ Ineptitude Put on Display in The New England Journal of Medicine

A study published in the June 30, 2010 edition of The New England Journal of Medicine confirms how little conventional doctors know about prescribing testosterone to aging men. The Life Extension Foundation® (and its medical advisors) long ago recognized that maturing men have a propensity to convert (aromatize) testosterone into … Continue reading

Scientists investigate sperm-boosting nutrient which may help infertile couples

Scientists at the University of Sheffield are launching a pioneering study to investigate if a simple extra nutrient can boost male fertility. Studies have already shown that lycopene, the red pigment compound found most readily in sun-ripened tomatoes, can boost sperm count by up to 70 per cent, as well … Continue reading

How to Prevent Gout

How many times have you said or heard someone say they can’t participate in a certain activity because of bad knees or a bad back or shoulder? Probably more times than you can count. While most people associate joint pain and stiffness with age-related inflammation and cartilage breakdown, otherwise known … Continue reading

Why the FDA Is Wrong about Testosterone

By Craig Stamos   In men aged 30 years and older, testosterone levels steadily fall at a rate of about 1% per year.1,2 Researchers at the National Institute on Aging3 have established low testosterone levels in: 20% of men over age 60 30% of men over age 70 50% of … Continue reading

Five common causes of erectile dysfunction

You’ve seen the late night commercial come across your screen. An older man is on a date with a beautiful woman in a romantic setting. They hold hands as they walk around or eat a nice meal. A big smile stretches across his face as he looks in her eyes, … Continue reading

Testosterone replacement may help older men improve and maintain aerobic capacity

Testosterone replacement therapy may help older men who have limited mobility and low testosterone improve their aerobic capacity and lessen its decline with age, new research finds. The results were presented in a poster Sunday, June 22, at ICE/ENDO 2014, the joint meeting of the International Society of Endocrinology and … Continue reading

Declining testosterone levels in men not part of normal aging, study finds

A new study finds that a drop in testosterone levels over time is more likely to result from a man’s behavioral and health changes than by aging. The study results will be presented Monday at The Endocrine Society’s 94th Annual Meeting in Houston. “Declining testosterone levels are not an inevitable … Continue reading