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Mens Health

  1. October 11, 2019

    Breast Cancer in Men

    Symptoms, Diagnosis, and Treatment

    When it comes to breast cancer, the common narrative often focuses on women, but it's crucial to recognize that men also have small amounts of breast tissue. Their breast structure resembles that of prepubescent girls. While men can develop breast cancer, it typically doesn't involve the parts responsible for milk production and storage.

    Breast cancer in men tends to be diagnosed later than in women. This delay may be due to a lack of awareness about the risk in men, leading to the neglect of lumps in the breast area. The limited breast tissue in men also makes early cancer detection more challenging, potentially allowing tumors to spread more rapidly.

    Which Men Are More Likely to Develop Breast Cancer?

    A man's likelihood of developing breast cancer increases with age, with most cases occurring between 60 and 70 years old. It's rare for men under 35 to receive a breast cancer diagnosis. Risk factors for breast cancer in men include:

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  2. March 06, 2019

    Erectile Dysfunction and Low Testosterone

    Common Causes and Treatment Options

    Common Causes of Erectile Dysfunction (ED)

    • Reduced blood flow to the penis due to chronic conditions such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and hardening of the arteries.

    • Psychological problems such as depression, anxiety, and relationship issues.

    • Multiple sclerosis, spinal cord injuries, chronic back pain, and other neurological conditions.

    • Low Testosterone (T) level.

    Low Testosterone (T) and ED

    Today we will talk about the link between low T and ED. If you have low T, your levels of the male sex hormone, testosterone, are below normal. When that happens your sex drive may take a dive and you might develop erectile dysfunction. It has been known that male erections depend on testosterone, however, the relationship between the two is not fully understood. Some men have healthy erections despite low testosterone levels. If we dig deeper, we learn that low

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  3. October 19, 2016

    At a Loss About Your Hair Loss?

    Types of Hair Loss and Treatment Options

    Historically, shaving one's head has symbolized confidence, dominance, strength, aggression, and toughness, dating back to the time of Alexander the Great. This practice was employed by Greek soldiers to prevent enemies from grabbing their hair during hand-to-hand battles. In modern times, a shaved head has become synonymous with success and toughness, embraced by notable figures such as Michael Jordan, Jason Statham, Samuel L. Jackson, The Rock, Vin Diesel, Bruce Willis, and Patrick Stewart.

    Hair Loss in Men

    A study published in the Journal of Social Psychological and Personality Science in 2012 revealed that a completely bald head is considered the most powerful hairstyle for men. Bald men were perceived as 6% more confident, 10% more masculine, 1 inch taller, 13% stronger, and nearly 4 years older. Men like Michael Jordan, Jason Statham, Samuel L. Jackson, The Rock, Vin Diesel, Bruce Willis, and Patrick

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