Research presented at the International Diabetes Federation World Diabetes Congress 2011 indicated that testosterone replacement in men with low baseline levels of testosterone improved all components of the metabolic syndrome. One hundred forty seven men ages 38 to 83 were included in the study. The men were injected with a long acting
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Here is yet more evidence of the profound beneficial effects of testosterone on the male body. According to a research paper presented this month at the International Diabetes Federation World Diabetes Congress, replacing testosterone to normal levels in middle aged and elderly men significantly improved all components of metabolic syndrome in 24
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November is American Diabetes Month and a good time for a few thoughts about diabetes. Diabetes is a disease that affects almost every system in your body. It leads to cardiovascular disease, kidney disease, stroke, and early dementia. Diabetes is the 7th leading cause of death in the United States and this
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