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So what's a woman to do to protect her bones? Prevention is the key…and lifestyle plays an important role.
When a patient comes in with a severe or recurrent yeast infection, the first thing I think of is diabetes!
Tampons have to be used carefully or they can make you very sick.
Share the grief you are feeling…when a miscarriage occurs.
Being called in for more breast imaging is not anything to panic over.
Many women tend to dismiss the symptoms of a heart attack.
Binge drinking carries with it a number of health and social problems.
These issues arise for women athletes that are unique to young women.
One thing we’ve learned ... you can't "just go on a diet."
Older men: possible ways to prevent the development of type 2 diabetes.
Unrecognized abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA) are more of a problem for men.
We tend to think that only older women need to worry about bone fractures…but men older than 50 have up to a 30 percent likelihood of a fracture as well.
Acute gouty arthritis -- the true cause of an attack is not known.
Young men are far more likely than women to suffer a heart attack.
Is the problem low testosterone or a matter of aging?
Baldness is related to a greater risk of coronary heart disease.
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Testosterone is the major sex hormone in men, produced primarily in the testes. One of a number of male hormones called androgens, a deficiency may result from either an abnormality of the testes or from an inadequate production of pituitary hormones—the hormones required to stimulate testosterone production. While it is important to identify and treat the underlying cause of the low testosterone, taking this hormone can correct the deficiency, whatever its cause.