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Erectile Dysfunction, A Diabetes Warning Sign
Younger men with erectile dysfunction are at much higher risk for diabetes and prediabetes. In fact, ED can serve as a diagnostic tool.
What a Difference a Dollar Makes
In honor of Labor Day, a re-release: Raising the minimum wage by just $1 an hour can reduce absenteeism by almost 10 percent.
Neighborhoods that Bring Higher Heart Risk
Veterans and others living in 'redlined' neighborhoods are at far higher risk for heart attacks and strokes. Here's what could be done.
Natural Pregnancy Is Possible after IVF
Women who became pregnant using IVF have a decent chance of conceiving without it a second time around.
A Toast to Heart Health
Light to moderate alcohol consumption seems to protect the heart by reducing anxiety. Cancer risk is a different story, however.
New Dads Can Make a Difference
Father's Day is a good time to consider how important fathers' support is, both to partners who are breastfeeding and to infants' safety.
Avoiding Unnecessary Prostate Biopsies
A new scoring tool measures a man's likelihood of a high PSA independent of prostate cancer, reducing the need for a biopsy.
Exercise Improves Recovery from Stroke
Strokes can produce weakness or paralysis in various parts of the body. Exercise helps stroke patients recover function faster and better.
Boys' Obesity Linked to Infertility
There is another reason to be concerned about kids' and teens' weight: overweight boys had a higher risk of infertility as teens.
For Seniors, Time Online Can Bring Benefits
Older adults who surfed the Web regularly had a considerably lower risk of mental decline compared with those who spent no time online.
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