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17 Feb
Insight Into Why a Prostate Cancer Therapy Works Better for Black Men

Insight Into Why a Prostate Cancer Therapy Works Better for Black Men

Higher levels of a certain type of immune cell may explain why immunotherapy for prostate cancer is more effective in Black men than in white men, researchers say.

The finding could lead to immunotherapy-based precision treatment for localized aggressive and advanced pro...

09 Feb
If Blood Pressure Rises at Night, Alzheimer's Risk Might Rise, Too

If Blood Pressure Rises at Night, Alzheimer's Risk Might Rise, Too

Older men whose blood pressure rises at night may be at increased risk for Alzheimer's disease, a new study suggests.

Blood pressure changes over 24 hours. It typically goes up during the day and dips at nighttime. But some people have an opposite pattern, which is calle...

26 Jan
Male Breast Cancer Patients Face Higher Heart Risks

Male Breast Cancer Patients Face Higher Heart Risks

Heart disease risk factors are common among men with breast cancer, a new, small study finds.

Researchers analyzed the medical records of 24 male breast cancer patients, aged 38 to 79. Half had a family history of breast cancer.

Nearly 8 in 10 of the patients had i...

24 Jan
Men, Make Health Your Goal This Year

Men, Make Health Your Goal This Year

The new year is the ideal time to focus on your health and one expert has some tips, especially for men, for doing that.

According to Dr. Kevin McVary, director of Loyola Medicine Men's Health Center, in Maywood, Ill., "Men don't always focus on their health and, in fact...

08 Jan
Mediterranean Diet Could Help Stop Prostate Cancer's Spread

Mediterranean Diet Could Help Stop Prostate Cancer's Spread

Food as medicine: New research suggests that a healthy Mediterranean diet might lower the risk of prostate cancer progressing to a more advanced state.

The relative lack of saturated fat in these diets might be a major reason why.

The Mediterranean diet is "known ...

07 Jan
Genes Help Explain Role of Race in Prostate Cancer Risk

Genes Help Explain Role of Race in Prostate Cancer Risk

If you're a Black man, your risk of getting prostate cancer is 75% higher than it is for a white man, and it's more than twice as deadly.

Now, research is helping to bring genetic risks for people of various racial and ethnic groups into focus. In doing so, dozens more r...

23 Dec
Vasectomy Reversal Just as Successful in Men Over 50

Vasectomy Reversal Just as Successful in Men Over 50

Vasectomy reversal is as viable in men over 50 as in those who are younger, a new study says.

About 20% of American men who have a vasectomy want to father children in the future, and about 6% will seek a vasectomy reversal, previous research shows.

However, it's b...

22 Dec
Obesity's Influence on Colon Cancer Risk May Vary by Gender: Study

Obesity's Influence on Colon Cancer Risk May Vary by Gender: Study

Obesity affects colon cancer risk differently in women and men, new research reveals.

British researchers analyzed data from more than 58,000 people with colon cancer and nearly 68,000 without.

The takeaway: A higher body mass index (BMI, an estimate of body fat ba...

10 Dec
Instagram Influencers Making Guys More Body-Conscious

Instagram Influencers Making Guys More Body-Conscious

Young men's attitudes about body image and fitness can be affected by Instagram influencers, according to a new study.

It included 300 American men, ages 18-30, who were shown images of bare-chested men and male fashion images similar to those posted by Instagram influen...

04 Dec
Radiation Rx for Prostate Cancer Can Cause Financial Pain: Study

Radiation Rx for Prostate Cancer Can Cause Financial Pain: Study

People diagnosed with cancer often have many concerns, including "financial toxicity," the hardship and stress associated with the cost of treatment.

New research found that for men with early-stage prostate cancer, choices about initial treatments can be a source of str...

25 Nov
When COVID Strikes Cancer Patients, Men Fare Worse

When COVID Strikes Cancer Patients, Men Fare Worse

Men with COVID-19 and cancer run a greater risk for severe symptoms and death than women with both conditions, a new study finds.

Researchers concluded that male cancer patients are 60% more likely to have severe COVID-19 and even die from it than women.

"Knowing t...

20 Nov
Hormone Therapy for Prostate Cancer May Raise Heart Risks

Hormone Therapy for Prostate Cancer May Raise Heart Risks

Hormone therapy can be a lifesaver for men with prostate cancer, but it also appears to put some at increased risk of heart problems, a new study reports.

Long-term androgen deprivation therapy (ADT) increased the risk of heart-related death nearly fourfold in a group of...

15 Oct
Many Male Breast Cancers Diagnosed Late, and Delays Can Be Lethal

Many Male Breast Cancers Diagnosed Late, and Delays Can Be Lethal

Breast cancer in men is rare. But because it's not often suspected in men, diagnosis often comes only after a tumor has begun to spread throughout the body, new research shows.

"Approximately one-half of males with breast cancer received a diagnosis after it had alre...

15 Sep
Your Sex Affects Your Genes for Body Fat, Cancer, Birth Weight

Your Sex Affects Your Genes for Body Fat, Cancer, Birth Weight

Researchers say your biological sex affects gene expression in nearly every type of tissue -- influencing body fat, cancer and birth weight.

Gene expression is the amount of product created by a gene for cell function, the international team of researchers explained....

09 Sep
Early Trial Offers New Hope for People With Hemophilia

Early Trial Offers New Hope for People With Hemophilia

Researchers may have found a way for people with severe hemophilia to take their standard treatment less often, if the results of an early trial pan out.

In what experts called a feat of bioengineering, scientists were able to create a "fusion protein" that may exten...

08 Sep
COVID-19 Is Tougher on Older Men, and Scientists May Now Know Why

COVID-19 Is Tougher on Older Men, and Scientists May Now Know Why

Key differences in immune system function may help determine why severe, life-threatening COVID-19 tends to target older men, scientists say.

A new study found that among elderly people and in men, especially, certain factors may lead to a weaker immune system respon...

03 Sep
Workplace Sexual Harassment Might Raise Suicide Risk: Study

Workplace Sexual Harassment Might Raise Suicide Risk: Study

In the midst of the 'Me Too' movement, a new study finds that people sexually harassed at work may be at increased risk for attempted suicide and suicide.

The findings out of Sweden show that workplace sexual harassment may "represent an important risk factor for sui...

26 Aug
Clues to Why COVID-19 Hits Men Harder Than Women

Clues to Why COVID-19 Hits Men Harder Than Women

Since the pandemic began, it's been clear that men are more vulnerable to getting a severe case of COVID-19 compared to women.

Now, researchers say they've uncovered significant differences in how male and female immune systems respond to the new coronavirus may help...

26 Aug
Anxious Teens May Face Higher Odds for Future Heart Attack: Study

Anxious Teens May Face Higher Odds for Future Heart Attack: Study

Middle-aged men who were anxious or depressed teens are at increased risk for heart attack, according to a large, long-term study.

It included more than 238,000 men born between 1952 and 1956 who underwent extensive exams when they were 18 or 19 years old and were fo...

20 Aug
Could Viagra, Cialis Help Boost Colon Cancer Survival?

Could Viagra, Cialis Help Boost Colon Cancer Survival?

Erectile dysfunction (ED) drugs such as Viagra, Cialis and Levitra may do more than restore sexual function -- they may also prolong the lives of men with colon cancer.

That's the conclusion of a new Swedish study, which reported that the risk of premature death dr...

31 Jul
A New 'Spin' on How Sperm Swim

A New 'Spin' on How Sperm Swim

If you ever had a sex-ed class in school, you have probably seen a visual of sperm swimming with a wagging tail. Now, high-tech tools have shattered that view of how sperm move.

More than 300 years ago, a Dutch scientist used an early microscope to observe human spe...

20 Jul
Viagra Doesn't Solve All Sexual Problems, Men Discover

Viagra Doesn't Solve All Sexual Problems, Men Discover

Viagra, the wonder drug for men suffering from impotence, is not a cure for all sexual health ills, a new study shows.

Since it hit the scene, men aren't complaining about erectile dysfunction or premature ejaculation as much as low sexual desire and curvature of the...

15 Jul
Guys, Going Vegetarian Won't Lower Your Testosterone

Guys, Going Vegetarian Won't Lower Your Testosterone

Images of burly cavemen bringing home meat may have men thinking that steaks and burgers are key to masculinity.

It's just not true: New research shows that testosterone levels in men who eat vegetable-heavy diets are similar to those in men who wolf down meat.

...

10 Jun
Stroke Treatment Gap Narrows Between Men and Women

Stroke Treatment Gap Narrows Between Men and Women

Women who have a stroke are far more likely to be treated with clot-busting drugs than they used to be, new research shows.

In the early 2000s, women suffering a stroke were 30% less likely than men to get clot-busting treatment, also known as thrombolysis. Recen...

29 May
Prostate Cancer Drug Could Be 'Game Changing,' Researchers Say

Prostate Cancer Drug Could Be 'Game Changing,' Researchers Say

For men with advanced prostate cancer, a new hormone therapy pill works better than standard injections -- and carries a much lower risk of heart attack or stroke, a clinical trial has found.

The drug, called relugolix, is not yet approved by the U.S. Food and Drug A...

12 May
Blood Yields Clue to Why COVID-19 Is Tougher on Men

Blood Yields Clue to Why COVID-19 Is Tougher on Men

Since the coronavirus pandemic began, rates of hospital admission and death from COVID-19 have been significantly higher in men than women.

Now, new Dutch research suggests a reason why: Compared to women, men have higher concentrations of a blood enzyme that helps t...

07 May
Virus Found in Semen of COVID-19 Survivors - Is It Sexually Transmittable?

Virus Found in Semen of COVID-19 Survivors - Is It Sexually Transmittable?

Traces of the COVID-19 coronavirus have been found in the semen of some severely infected men, raising the possibility that the virus might be sexually transmitted, a new study from China claims.

Researchers found evidence of the virus in six men out of a group of 38...

29 Apr
COVID-19 Continues to Strike Men Harder Than Women

COVID-19 Continues to Strike Men Harder Than Women

New research adds to a growing body of evidence that suggests men are far more vulnerable to severe COVID-19 than women are.

Although both genders fall ill in the same numbers, men are 2.5 times more likely to get severe disease and die, the study from China showed.<...

08 Apr
U.S. Suicide Rate Climbed 35% in Two Decades

U.S. Suicide Rate Climbed 35% in Two Decades

The U.S. suicide rate has jumped 35% in the past two decades, health officials reported Wednesday.

From 1999 to 2018, the suicide rate rose from 10.5 to 14 per 100,000, according to a new report from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

...

26 Mar
Could Viagra, Cialis Work Largely by Placebo Effect?

Could Viagra, Cialis Work Largely by Placebo Effect?

Until the discovery of Viagra, men with erectile dysfunction were largely left with the impression that their sexual problems were all in their head.

That might still be somewhat true, even in this age of little blue pills, a new paper argues.

A good number...

16 Mar
Exercise Helps Men During Hormone Treatment for Prostate Cancer: Study

Exercise Helps Men During Hormone Treatment for Prostate Cancer: Study

Exercise benefits prostate cancer patients who undergo hormone-reducing therapy, a small study suggests.

The treatment -- called androgen suppression therapy or androgen deprivation therapy (ADT) -- uses drugs or surgery to reduce the level of androgen hormones, whic...

13 Mar
Prostate Cancer Leaves Detectable 'Fingerprint' in Blood: Study

Prostate Cancer Leaves Detectable 'Fingerprint' in Blood: Study

A test that can detect the genetic "fingerprint" of prostate cancer in blood could improve diagnosis, monitoring and treatment of the disease, researchers say.

The test checks for prostate cancer DNA in blood in order to provide the earliest evidence that prostate ca...

10 Mar
Could Dad-to-Be's Health Affect His Newborn's Health?

Could Dad-to-Be's Health Affect His Newborn's Health?

The health of both mom and dad are key to a healthy pregnancy and birth, new research finds.

In the study of nearly 786,000 births, researchers found that dads who weren't in the best of health were more likely to have preterm and low birth weight infants who ...

04 Mar
Dual Method May Boost Accuracy of Prostate Cancer Diagnosis

Dual Method May Boost Accuracy of Prostate Cancer Diagnosis

Adding MRI to a standard tissue biopsy appears to enhance the accuracy of a prostate cancer diagnosis, new research finds.

The study, led by researchers at the U.S. National Cancer Institute (NCI), found that combining the two methods cut the rate of "underdiagnosis"...

27 Feb
Blood Flow in Heart Differs in Men and Women

Blood Flow in Heart Differs in Men and Women

How your blood flows through your heart may depend on whether you are a man or a woman, new research suggests.

For the study, researchers used a sophisticated imaging technique called 4D flow MRI to examine blood flow and to assess how it influences cardiac performan...

21 Feb
Can Men Dine Their Way to Higher Sperm Counts?

Can Men Dine Their Way to Higher Sperm Counts?

Listen up, guys: A healthy diet is good for your brain and heart, and also your sperm, new research suggests.

In a study of more than 2,900 Danish men, median age 19, those whose diet was rich in fish, chicken, vegetables, fruit and water had higher sperm counts tha...

18 Feb
AHA News: Race and Gender May Tip the Scales on Traditional Stroke Risk Factors

AHA News: Race and Gender May Tip the Scales on Traditional Stroke Risk Factors

Traditional stroke risk factors, such as high blood pressure, smoking and diabetes, impact people of various races and genders differently, new research shows.

"The biggest thing we found was that hypertension has a bigger effect on stroke among African American men...

14 Feb
Cholesterol Drugs Might Help Curb 'High-Risk' Prostate Cancers

Cholesterol Drugs Might Help Curb 'High-Risk' Prostate Cancers

Drugs that many men with prostate cancer might already be taking -- cholesterol-lowering statins -- may help extend their survival if they have a "high-risk" form of the disease, new research suggests.

High-risk patients include men with high blood levels of prostate...

13 Feb
'Tough Guys' May Be at Especially High Risk for Suicide

'Tough Guys' May Be at Especially High Risk for Suicide

Young men who believe that "real men don't cry" may be more prone to suicide, a new study suggests.

It has long been known that men are more likely than women to end their own lives: In the United States, the suicide death rate among men is about 3.5 times that of wo...

07 Feb
Could ED Drugs Threaten Men's Vision?

Could ED Drugs Threaten Men's Vision?

Viagra can salvage a man's sex life, but in rare cases it may temporarily steal his sight.

Researchers report that some men who took sildenafil -- the generic form of the impotence drug -- suffered from vision problems, including a kind of color blindness that could...

03 Feb
With Equal Access to Care, Blacks, Whites Have Similar Prostate Cancer Outcomes

With Equal Access to Care, Blacks, Whites Have Similar Prostate Cancer Outcomes

Survival rates are similar for black and white prostate cancer patients who are treated in an equal-access health system, researchers say.

In the general U.S. population, black men are more likely than white men to be diagnosed with advanced prostate cancer, and more...

22 Jan
Allow Dead Men to Be Sperm Donors, Medical Ethicists Say

Allow Dead Men to Be Sperm Donors, Medical Ethicists Say

Should a dying man be allowed to let doctors harvest his sperm for possible use by strangers after death? Yes, say two medical ethicists in the United Kingdom.

Writing in an article published Jan. 20 in the Journal of Medical Ethics, Drs. Nathan Hodson and Jo...

22 Jan
Eating More Veggies Won't Stop Prostate Cancer: Study

Eating More Veggies Won't Stop Prostate Cancer: Study

Eating a diet high in vegetables and fruits does not slow or cure prostate cancer, according to a new study.

U.S. guidelines say prostate cancer patients might benefit from eating a vegetable-rich diet.

This study included 478 men, ages 50 to 80. All had be...

17 Jan
Fish Oil Supplements Might Help Men Become Dads

Fish Oil Supplements Might Help Men Become Dads

Couples struggling to get pregnant might want to add a little more fish in their diet, a new study says.

Young men who take fish oil supplements appear to have better sperm quality and higher testosterone levels than those who don't, as well as larger testicles, rese...

14 Jan
What Works Best to Help Men With Overactive Bladder?

What Works Best to Help Men With Overactive Bladder?

Learning how to control the urge to urinate may be all the therapy men need to treat an overactive bladder, a new study suggests.

A combination of drugs and behavioral therapy seems to work better than drugs alone, but behavioral therapy alone also worked better tha...

09 Jan
'Less Is More' When it Comes to Testicular Cancer Chemo, Study Suggests

'Less Is More' When it Comes to Testicular Cancer Chemo, Study Suggests

Treatment with half the typical amount of chemotherapy can still prevent the return of one type of testicular cancer, a new study suggests.

Giving patients with the "non-seminoma" form of testicular tumor just one cycle of chemotherapy was just as effective at preve...

07 Jan
Male Fertility Supplements Fail to Deliver

Male Fertility Supplements Fail to Deliver

Supplements containing zinc and folic acid don't appear to boost male fertility, a new study finds.

Despite marketing claims, these supplements don't improve pregnancy rates, sperm counts or sperm function, researchers say.

"Our results suggest that these...

07 Jan
Testosterone Supplements Won't Help Most Men, Doctors' Group Says

Testosterone Supplements Won't Help Most Men, Doctors' Group Says

Testosterone therapy is no fountain of youth for older men, though it might help some who are impotent.

That's according to new guidelines from the American College of Physicians -- the first from the group to address the issue of treating...

17 Dec
Male Researchers More Apt Than Women to Hype Findings: Study

Male Researchers More Apt Than Women to Hype Findings: Study

Male researchers are far more likely than female colleagues to claim that their findings are especially important, a new study says.

The language used to describe discoveries can affect how much attention researchers get and also affect their career advancement. Thes...

18 Nov
Muscle in Middle Age Might Help Men's Hearts Later

Muscle in Middle Age Might Help Men's Hearts Later

Middle-aged men who maintain their muscle mass may lower their risk of heart disease as they get older, a new study suggests.

Beginning in the mid-30s, muscle begins to decline by about 3% each decade. Previous studies found that muscle mass is associated with he...

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