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Dec 27, 2016
Scientists develop treatment to boost testosterone in men without decreasing libidoChinese researchers have developed a potential new and safe approach for treating male hypogonadism, popularly known as male andropause, by directly converting adult skin cells into testosterone-producing cells
Aug 21, 2016
Rio Olympics 2016: Caster Semenya clinches 800m gold, but easy win stokes complex gender debateCaster Semenya won the Olympic gold in women's 800 metres, with no one even close to challenging her, but it's a result that would only stoke the complex debate over whether women with higher levels of testosterone than normal should be allowed to compete unchecked
Jun 27, 2016
Sebastian Coe warns against casting aspersions on athletes taking testosterone supplementsCoe warned against casting aspersions on athletes after the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) ruling that taking testosterone suppressants be suspended.
Jun 01, 2015
Guess what corrupts men? High levels of testosterone, says studyAccording to a study, high levels of testosterone leads to corruption.
Dec 04, 2014
Testosterone duo: Real message from the aggressive Rohtak sistersFrom heroines to agent provocateurs, Rohtak Sisters' fame lasted less than a few days. However, there is a message in their aggro that women cannot ignore.
Sep 09, 2014
Lower levels of sex hormone in men linked to Autism, says NRI reseacherIn men suffering from Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASDs), lower levels of the sex hormone estrogen may be related to changes in the brain's estrogen signalling, says an Indian-origin researcher.
Aug 17, 2012
Length of ring finger can tell you if you will survive cancerMen with short ring fingers fight tumours better as they have lower levels of testosterone, which helps prostate tumours grow, a new research has found.
Jul 31, 2012
High testosterone speeds up prostate cancerHigher levels of testosterone in elderly men might make an existing prostate cancer tumour grow faster.
May 07, 2012
Men with low testosterone may be more prone to diabetesResearchers at Edinburgh University found that low levels of testosterone levels are linked to a resistance to insulin and might explain why older men are more prone to type 2 diabetes.