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What Is Sexual Freedom? Robin Responds

by Robin Gorsline

I come to this topic fresh from reading an article in the New York Times, “Sex Talk for Muslim Women,” by Mona Eltahawy. 1,376 more words

Robin Gorsline

Could a Hormone Imbalance be Causing you to Overeat?

Eating too much is often more than just an issue of willpower. There are a lot of reasons for overeating, many of which scientists now say trace back to brain chemistry and hormonal imbalance. 61 more words

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CNS - Pfizer to Face Testosterone Claims

Source: CNS – Pfizer to Face Testosterone Claims After All

   The multi-district master complaint asserted 10 primary state law claims, including strict liability based on design defect and failure to warn, negligence, breach of implied and express warranty, fraud, consumer protection, and unjust enrichment.

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Five Facts About Testosterone Replacement Therapy

Important information about testosterone therapy.

Is testosterone replacement therapy the Fountain of Youth for men? Women tend to have the more commercialized treatments—lotions, potions, diets, injectables—but our medical literature has had increasing chatter over testosterone topical medication for men. 335 more words


Large-scale Veterans Affairs study reaffirms safety and benefits of testosterone replacement, in men.

A US Veterans Affairs database study of more than 83,000 male subjects found that men whose low testosterone was restored to normal through gels, patches, or injections had a lower risk of heart attack, stroke, or death from any cause, versus similar men who were not treated. 247 more words

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AACE releases position statement on testosterone therapy, CV events

The American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists recently issued a position statement, published in Endocrine Practice, citing lack of evidence linking testosterone replacement therapy with cardiovascular events. 235 more words


Beet juice boosts muscle power in heart patients

Scientists have evidence that Popeye was right: Spinach makes you stronger. But it’s the high nitrate content in the leafy greens — not the iron — that creates the effect. 862 more words