Author: Aaron Spitz


The “Male” Hormone

Testosterone is known as the "male" hormone because is is responsible for most things male. During the earliest phase of life, the developing fetus will grow male parts if testosterone levels are high enough, otherwise it will grow female parts, even if it's genes are male. Similarly, testosterone levels during fetal development will determine what gender the person will identify...

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Male Fertility and Nutrition

Male fertility is the result of a complex and delicate balance complex. Genetic, environmental, and behavioral influences all play a role. Nutrition has an important influence in the health of a man and scientific studies indicate that nutrition can influence his fertility.

Most Americans are well aware that there is an epidemic of obesity and diabetes amongst adults these...

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