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Heart Health

05 October 2011

Higher testosterone tied to lower heart risk

Elderly men with naturally higher levels of testosterone may be less likely to suffer a heart attack or stroke than those with lower levels of the hormone, a new study finds.

Elderly men with naturally higher levels of testosterone may be less likely to suffer a heart attack or stroke than those with lower levels of the hormone, a new study finds.

That compared with roughly 16% of the 606 men who started out with the highest testosterone levels.

Obesity lowers testosterone levels

 

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