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02 November 2011

Low testosterone ups heart disease risk

A new report concludes that low levels of testosterone might raise men's risk of dying from heart disease.

A new report concludes that low levels of the sex hormone might raise men's risk of dying from heart disease.

Pharmaceutical companies are also promoting testosterone therapy for problems like grumpiness, lack of energy and decreased libido.

 
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