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June is Men's Health Month

Prioritizing Men’s Health: Low Testosterone

June kicks off Men’s Health Awareness Month. It is an annual focus for men of all ages to strive for better health by joining any of the various activities peppering the month. Learning more about the common conditions male populations face and their symptoms is vital to early detection and treatment success. Low T is …

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Untreated Mental Illnes,s Brain,

Long Term Effects of Untreated Mental Illness

Deciding whether to get treatment for a medical issue isn’t always a luxury you want to extend. For instance, a tiny cut that barely draws blood doesn’t call for an ER visit. But antibiotic cream and band-aids won’t help everything. Mental health illnesses like depression are often attributed to a bad patch, temporary stress at …

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Common Myths About Low Testosterone

Testosterone is a sex hormone that in part helps a boy develop manly features. Testosterone is needed to produce sperm and helps in the development of male features like body and facial hair, deeper voice, and muscle strength. Approximately 1 in 4 men over the age of 30 have low testosterone, or Low T. Symptoms …

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6 Signs that point to Low-T

6 Signs that Point to Low T

The male sex hormone, testosterone, is a vital component in male sexual health and development. In addition, testosterone aids in the development of masculine features like facial and body hair, a deeper voice, and stronger muscles. Although testosterone levels naturally decrease with age, there is a point where you can have a deficiency, which can …

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Coping with Depression

Coping with Depression

Three hundred million people worldwide suffer from depression, and 16.2 million adults in the U.S. have had at least one depressive episode in a given year. Although it’s not uncommon to feel sadness from time to time, major depression is much more. Lasting feelings of sadness, lowered energy, loss of appetite, and lack of interest in things …

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