The combination of heat and in-home air pollutants is dangerous, but also modifiable, say authors of a new study.
See what you know about the magnitude of the shift toward novel oral anticoagulants for atrial fibrillation.
"Man Flu May be Real" reads a recent headline as reporters pick up results of a study on the impact of estrogen against influenza A. More, here.
A new study estimates that 67.6 million Americans age >25 years are obese and an additional 65.2 million are overweight.
Immunosuppression after measles leaves children vulnerable to nonmeasles infection for up to 3 years, a new study finds. Just vaccinate!
The American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists pushes back in response to FDA warnings that testosterone replacement therapy may increase cardiovascular risks.
The ADA provides an abridged version for PCPs of its annual Standards of Medical Care. Our slides summarize 6 updates important to primary care.
Men who get more exercise during the week are less likely to experience nocturia, according to one of the first studies to look at the relationship between physical activity and this specific lower urinary tract symptom in men.
Even the mundane irritants of daily life may be harmful to men's health according to research from Oregon State University's Center for Health Aging Research.
Unlike other research into the association between vitamin D and dementia, this large study quantified and graded levels of vitamin D deficiency to determine at what point intervention might be warranted.