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  • It wasn’t just Flint, Michigan that was effected by the lead contamination in water. Many cities nationwide failed to alert residents of elevated levels of lead and other toxic pollutants. The short-term and long-term effects of… Continued

  • Men that suffer from chronic emotional distress are more likely to develop type 2 diabetes than men who have a more stabilized mood. Testosterone therapy have proved to decrease the risk of diabetes, as well as other symptoms such as weight gain, loss of muscle mass, and metabolic syndromes according to a study conducted by the American Journal of Preventative Medicine. … Continued

  • Ten years ago the Women’s Health Initiative (WHI) released a study scaring women interested in hormone therapy of the negative effects. Since then, hormone therapy has been looked at under a microscope. Patients, researchers, and physicians have all debated on the efficacy and safety of treatment, which drew many to the conclusion that the WHI study was poorly executed. The WHI study had participants with an average of 63, much older than the traditional patient, while the methods of treatment impacted the adverse outcomes. In March 2016, a new study published by the New England Journal of Medicine that resulted in … Continued

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March 21, 2019

The Difference Between Testosterone Therapy and Steroids

Thousands of men experience symptoms of low testosterone, otherwise known as low T, every year. The natural consequences of this hormone disruption aren’t always openly discussed—but they should be. Low […]

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