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Sauerkraut: Anti-cancer Fermented Food that Restores Gut Flora

“The Greatest Health of Your Life”℠ Boston Testosterone Partners National Testosterone Restoration for Men Wellness & Preventative Medicine http://www.BostonTestosterone.com http://www.BTPWellness.com http://www.facebook.com/BostonTestosterone 855-617-MEDS (6337) Sauerkraut can be an important part of diets designed for healing cancer. Sauerkraut is a German word that simply means sour white cabbage. Lacto-fermented cabbage has a … Continue reading

Opioid Use Linked to Low Testosterone

Exposure to opioids is associated with increased likelihood of low testosterone levels, with increased odds as age and number of comorbidities increase, according to a study published in Pain Medicine. Maria Soledad Cepeda, MD, PhD, from Janssen Research & Development in Titusville, NJ, and colleagues used data from the 2011 … Continue reading

More evidence found on potential harmful effects of e-cigarettes

While e-cigarette use is increasing worldwide, little is known about the health effects e-cigarettes pose for users. A University of Louisville researcher is working to change that status. Daniel J. Conklin, Ph.D., professor of medicine in UofL’s Division of Cardiovascular Medicine, will discuss his early research identifying potentially harmful effects … Continue reading

How adults maintain a healthy body weight throughout their lives

You know that one friend that never worries about weight and seems to stay effortlessly slim? That friend, and others like them might unknowingly possess secrets to helping those who struggle with their weight. New Cornell Food and Brand Lab research findings have helped to uncover lifestyle secrets of the … Continue reading

Here’s Why Hugh Jackman’s Skin Cancer Selfie Is So Important

Jackman posted a warning to his fans.  Australian actor Hugh Jackman, better known as Wolverine from the X-Men series, recently posted an Instagram selfie much different than his usual gym photos, or shots hanging with his adorable pups. This particular picture was one urging his followers to take skin protection … Continue reading

First drug to improve heart failure mortality in over a decade

Coenzyme Q10 decreases all cause mortality by half, according to the results of a multicentre randomised double blind trial presented today at Heart Failure 2013 congress. It is the first drug to improve heart failure mortality in over a decade and should be added to standard treatment, according to lead … Continue reading

Does a Lack of Morning Wood Suggest Erectile Dysfunction?

Morning erection may be a very common experience for almost every man. While others choose to ignore the reason behind the morning erection, most assume that morning erection is caused due to the delay in passing urine. Research suggest that during the REM (Rapid Eye Movement) sleep, the body’s systems … Continue reading

Don’t Use BMI to Determine Whether People are Healthy, Study Says

Over the past few years, body mass index, a ratio of a person’s height and weight, has effectively become a proxy for whether a person is considered healthy. Many U.S. companies use their employees’ BMIs as a factor in determining workers’ health care costs. And people with higher BMIs could … Continue reading

Declining testosterone levels in men not part of normal aging

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 June 25 at The Endocrine Society’s 94th Annual Meeting in Houston. “Declining testosterone levels are not an … Continue reading

Diabetic men with low testosterone run higher risk of developing atherosclerosis

Washington, DC—Men who have low testosterone and Type 2 diabetes face a greater risk of developing atherosclerosis – a condition where plaque builds up in the arteries – than men who have diabetes and normal testosterone levels, according to a new study published in the Endocrine Society’s Journal of Clinical … Continue reading