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  • Testosterone Therapy Boosts Sex Drive in Older Men

    Testosterone Therapy Boosts Sex Drive in Older Men0

    As men age, they may find their sex drive slowing down, and erectile dysfunction may become a persistent problem. A recent study offers hope, as researchers reveal testosterone therapy can improve sex drive, helping restore older men to a more satisfying love life. The study comes from Glenn R. Cunningham, MD, of Baylor College of

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  • Talking Online Boosts Confidence in Breast Cancer Treatment

    Talking Online Boosts Confidence in Breast Cancer Treatment0

    Many women take to Facebook to discuss their daily lives with friends, and it seems this support network may have a medical benefit. A new study has found that when women take to social media or other online communications after a breast cancer diagnosis, it can boost their confidence in treatment decisions. The study comes

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  • Researchers Pick Nose Microbes To Fight Deadly Infection

    Researchers Pick Nose Microbes To Fight Deadly Infection0

    Antibiotic resistance is a growing problem, and without development of new drugs, the world may some day face deaths from what were once simple infections. In their search for new antibiotics, researchers have now found a potential candidate in a surprising place: inside the human nose. The research comes from Andreas Peschel and other researchers

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  • How a Game of Thrones Marathon Can Kill You

    How a Game of Thrones Marathon Can Kill You0

    As fans know, the television series Game of Thrones tends to constantly kill off characters, even fan favorites, with everything from a crossbow through the chest to death by dragon fire. It turns out that fans of this and other shows may also be at risk of an untimely death, as researchers discover a link

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  • Eat More Omega 3 to Reduce Risk of Bowel Cancer Death

    Eat More Omega 3 to Reduce Risk of Bowel Cancer Death0

    Various studies have touted the health benefits of omega 3 fatty acids, and the good news seems to keep coming. Researchers have now linked eating omega 3 fatty acids, found in fish oils, with a lower risk of death after a bowel cancer diagnosis. The study comes from Dr. Andrew T. Chan at the Clinical

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