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Can Prostate Cancer Treatment Be Delayed?
Men with localized prostate cancer were followed for 15 years. There was little difference in outcomes among those treated and untreated.
The Cannabis-Alcohol Connection
When recreational cannabis becomes legal, it appears to be accompanied by a rise in alcohol use, particularly among young men.
The benefits of being vaccinated against COVID far outweigh the tiny risk of heart inflammation associated with mRNA vaccines, even for men.
Gender and Racial Disparities Among STEM Students
A mediocre white male student has twice the chance of attaining a STEM degree as a Black man or white woman with the same grades.
Low-T's Link to Severe COVID in Men
Low-T is not unusual, but it appears to put men at greater risk for severe COVID-19 infection. But hormone treatment is not without risks.
A Long View of Weight-Loss Surgery
Bariatric surgery offers benefits that last for years. The joints, health and economic well-being of patients are all positively impacted.
Are You Addicted to the News?
Being constantly connected to the news cycle can affect mental and physical well-being. Yet some people still find it hard to turn away.
Vegetarians' Hip Risks
The odds of fracturing a hip are higher for vegetarians and vegans than for those who eat meat. But there are still ways to reduce the risk.
Caution: Men at Risk
Men's risk of cancer is up to 10 times greater than that for same sites in women, suggesting gender needs to become a factor in research.
Current Prostate Cancer Guidelines Give Men a “False Sense of Security”
Urinary symptoms are early indicators of prostate problems men are told. But this message is wrong, and late stage cancer can be the result.
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