Testosterone Replacement Treatments Increase Risk for Blood Clots

No man wants to lose his energy, stamina, strength and sex drive as he ages. But while getting your “mojo” back may sound like manna from heaven, testosterone replacement drugs have some very definite downsides.

7 Drug-Free Ways to Boost Your Testosterone

Seven tips to help you boost and maintain healthy levels of testosterone.

What Every Man Needs to Know if He’s Taking Testosterone Replacement Drugs

The FDA decided to make drug makers warn their patients that taking testosterone products could increase the risk of heart attacks and strokes.

At Odds over Testosterone Therapy and Cardiovascular Risk

An estimated 13 million men in the United States suffer from low testosterone. As a result, many of them resort to testosterone therapy to boost levels. This helps address the negative health effects low T can have on cognition, muscle mass, strength, bone density, metabolic function and mood. Today, nearly one in 25 men...

Exposure to This Chemical Linked to Low Testosterone

A recent study indicates BPA exposure may be linked to 'Low T'.

5 Foods That Can Naturally Boost Libido

Needing a boost in the bedroom -- check out our list of foods and supplements that naturally help boost libido.

From Fatigued to Fantastic!: You CAN Effectively Treat CFS, Fatigue, Fibromyalgia and Muscle Pain

Dr. T share his proven tips for naturally managing Chronic fatigue Syndrome and Fibromyalgia.

Attention Men: 4 Ways to Boost Testosterone Naturally

Testosterone is often thought of as a male sex hormone, but it is neither exclusively male nor exclusively sex-related. It governs several areas within the body including a man’s development from birth onward, with responsibility for everything from determining gender, through pubertal changes and male potency (libido and sexual functioning), to bodily muscle and...

Many Doctors Get it Wrong About Testosterone and Men's Health

As someone who makes a living by researching, I can understand how hard it is for doctors to keep up with all the latest information. One study estimated that a primary care doctor would have to look at 7,287 articles per month, which would take 29 hours a day, to keep up. Yikes! And...