Older Men Who Have Heart Disease May Benefit From Testosterone Therapy

By Donovan C. Baltich
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Testosterone supplementation may not be as bad for your health as previously thought — in fact, in older men with coronary artery disease and low levels of testosterone, researcher have found that it may reduce their risk of heart attack and stroke.

Skin Cancer: Preventative Steps You Can Take

By Lance Madigan
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Skin cancer is the most common cancer in the U.S., with more than a million new cases of skin cancer occurring each year, resulting in more than 10,000 deaths primarily from melanoma. And in Utah, your risk of getting skin cancer is even greater – the incident rate of melanoma of the skin (the most dangerous form of skin cancer) is the highest in the country. The rates of dying from melanoma (the total number of deaths compared to population) is also highest in Utah*.

The Link Between Depression and Your Heart Health: New Study Finds Treating Depression Helps Your Heart

By Steven Tew
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Unlike some illnesses, depression is no respecter of persons, nationality or age.
 
It affects the old and young, the strong and weak, the outgoing and shy, and as more and more people of influence speak out about the severity and reality of mental illness, depression is becoming a major topic throughout the world today.