If you were to make a list of “male worries,” baldness would come in at a solid number two – right after sex problems.
"The next step was to figure out how people are getting exposed to BPA."
That laughable line comes from a recent press release from the Harvard School of Public Health. And, frankly, if I chewed gum I would have choked on it when I read it.
Question: I don't like talking about it, but I've recently been having trouble urinating. Is there anything I can do?
The most dangerous chemicals in your house aren't in your garage or basement -- they're flowing freely right from your kitchen sink.
Looks like those statin drugs lower a lot more than just cholesterol levels--a new study finds that men who take these meds face shrinking testosterone levels, too.
I took your column regarding hormone replacement to my doctor. He’s never ordered progesterone, just estrogen because of the hysterectomy. For eight years, I’ve suffered with occasional hot flashes, mood swings, insomnia, and I can’t lose weight.
Anyway, three days later, his nurse called to say he did some research, and wanted to add bio-identical progesterone to my compounded prescription cream. Two weeks later, I feel remarkably better.
If the drug industry's marketing geniuses couldn't use fear to sell meds, they wouldn't have any sales pitch left at all -- and nowhere is that more true than in prostate meds.
Question: I have read a bit about testosterone for erectile dysfunction, but recently came across a blurb about DHEA. Can you tell me more about this hormone?
Did you hear that?
That was Rick Perry breathing a major sigh of relief.
Because now he isn't the worst when it comes to selling out children for drug company profits.
Question: My doctor told me my di-hydrotestosterone (DHT) levels are high. He recommends taking patent medications to help this. I really don't want to take a patent medicine, but he says DHT is carcinogenic, and that's not good for me either. What would you recommend?