• Exercise, not hormone therapy, improves vascular function in middle-aged men

    13 days ago - By Healio

    A supervised center-based exercise training program, not testosterone therapy, improved vascular function among middle-aged men with central adiposity, according to research published in Hypertension.
    “The global increase in testosterone use has been very large, particularly among middle-aged and older men who might see it as a restorative hormone to increase energy and vitality,” Daniel J. Green, PhD, Winthrop Professor and cardiovascular exercise physiology researcher in the School of Human Sciences at The University of Western Australia in Perth, said in a press release. “However,
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  • Hit the Gym, Skip the Testosterone for Healthy Vessels

    Hit the Gym, Skip the Testosterone for Healthy Vessels

    13 days ago - By MedPageToday

    It was regular exercise, not a testosterone cream, that helped aging men in a randomized trial with their vascular endothelial function.
    In men ages 50 to 70 with central adiposity and low-to-normal testosterone levels, flow...
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