Recent studies have shown that testosterone has a protective effect in men with low testosterone levels. Even for men who have few or no symptoms of low testosterone, replacement may be essential to prevent certain conditions such as prostate cancer.… Continue reading »
Some of our regular readers will be aware of our campaign in Australia Check Your Balls
to raise awareness for Klinefelter’s Syndrome. We recently received the following feedback;
“MY 25year old nephew was at a urinal at BNE (Brisbane airport)… Continue reading »
There is no doubt that there is a need for a female version of ‘Viagra’ with one in 10 women in the US lacking sexual desire to an extent that it impacts their quality of life. With this in mind… Continue reading »
Some readers will be familiar with our campaign www.checkyourballs.com.au
which aims to increase the diagnosis rate and awareness of Klinefelter Syndrome. It is estimated that there are 13,000 men in Australia alone who are undiagnosed, and for some of these… Continue reading »
Myth 1 – Only Men Need Testosterone.
Many women are surprised to learn than their bodies produce testosterone just like men. The difference being that women make about 5 to 10% of the quantity. This means that it does not… Continue reading »
The female sex drive has recently been a topic for discussion after Australia’s favourite science show Catalyst
aired a feature on the subject (ABC1, 3/11/15). Host Jonica Newby delved into the science behind why women seem to lose their sex… Continue reading »
suggests that for some men, erectile dysfunction (ED) may be an early warning sign that they have undiagnosed diabetes and/or high blood pressure.
Whilst not every man with erectile dysfunction will have an underlying issue the statistics from… Continue reading »