A Point of Agreement in the Abortion Debate: Men Have A Role
I know the impact abortion can have on men, and how our culture's social pressures can amplify suffering.
"I was gaslit by doctors about my testosterone level"
The questions were about problems with erections or a low libido rather than my health.
The Y chromosome is going to disappear, scientists say
"The human Y is in the very last stages of degeneration, and the big question is how long till it, too, gets lost," expert Jenny Graves told Newsweek.
Debate rages online over best time to shower: "Sleep in your filth"
Dr. Mary Stevenson, a leading dermatologist based in New York, offered her assessment of the best practice to Newsweek.
Women With Diabetes Almost Twice as Likely to Die Prematurely: Study
Type 2 diabetes was assumed to have a greater effect on men's health.
'House of the Dragon' Star Steve Toussaint Addresses Racist Criticism
The Black actor called out viewers who have a problem with a person of color being a lead character on the "Game of Thrones" spin-off.
'I Went From Overweight To Shredded in a Year—Here's How'
I gained around 30lbs of fat in 2020 and I'm only 5' 6". My body fat reached 25 percent.
Scientists Say They May Have Discovered Why Men Die Earlier Than Women
The loss of the male sex chromosome as many men age causes the heart muscle to scar and can lead to deadly heart failure, according to the study.
Florida Meningococcal Disease Outbreak: CDC Urges Gay Men To Get Vaccine
The agency is encouraging take-up of the MenACWY vaccine amid "one of the worst outbreaks of meningococcal disease among gay and bisexual men in U.S. history."
Internet Retches at Man Who Doesn't Use Shampoo or Toothpaste: 'Rancid'
Dr. Paul Saladino MD also avoids soap and deodorant, telling viewers he is "not afraid to smell like a human."
What Causes Night Sweats In Men And When to Be Concerned
A range of medical conditions have been associated with night sweats in men, including sleep apnea, acid reflux, lymphoma and low testosterone.
World Health Day: The Tests You Should Be Having Depending on Your Age
Regular health screenings can detect problems early and reduce the risk of serious disease. Here, medical experts explain which tests you should have and when.
International Men's Day—a Brief History and What It Celebrates
International Men's Day was inaugurated in the late 1990s in the Caribbean region before it spread to several other parts of the world.
Man Broke Penis Vertically During Sex After It 'Buckled' on Partner's Body
The vast majority of penis fractures occur during sex, particularly in the "doggy style" and "man on top" positions, a study has shown.
Man Sets Guinness World Record by Skydiving Naked 60 Times in a Row
On Wednesday, Rian Kanouff set out to kill two birds with one stone: honor the memory of friends and family he lost to suicide and set a Guinness world record.
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Erectile Dysfunction Drug Made a Dozen Men Have Blue-colored Vision
The men, aged between 38 to 57-years-old, had all taken the drug for the first time.
Penile Ossification: Doctors Discover Bone Forming in Man's Penis
The condition may have been caused by Peyronie's disease.
Why You Shouldn't Ignore Nighttime Trips to the Toilet
Scientists investigated the link between night peeing and high blood pressure.
Where Men Grow Up Affects Testosterone Levels: Study
Low levels of testosterone can make men lethargic, affect their libido and cause erectile dysfunction.
Scientists: New Treatment Could Be End of Viagra
Researchers have been investigating whether stem cell injections could treat the condition.
Does Cycling Harm Male Genitals?
A recent study pushes back against previous studies suggesting negative effects of cycling on men's sexual health.
How One's Man Giant Foreskin Could Cost Him His Health
Having a giant foreskin could have serious health consequences.
Male Infertility Could Have Other Health Consequences
A study has found that men with poor semen quality often have lower testosterone levels, increasing their susceptibility to common diseases as they grow older.
Office Culture Prevents Work-Life Balance for Men
Half of a study's 2,750 participants said the balancing fatherhood and work is "increasingly stressful."
Many Men Don't Want to Talk About Their Health
Ignorance may be bliss; it also means no life-saving digital rectal exam.
Phalloplasty Surgery Has High Success Rate
The concept of penile reconstruction makes some people giggle—but the surgery provides improvements to patients' lives that are no laughing matter.
Fathers Can Pass Down Traits Through Sperm
A new study suggests a father has a lasting impact on whether or not his child is overweight.
Fewer Men Getting Screened for Prostate Cancer
A new study shows that clinicians are far less inclined to order a PSA test for a patient after the 2012 updates to screening guidelines.