What Are The Signs Of Low Testosterone?

Most people associate low testosterone with men, but it can affect women as well. It’s important for both men and women to pay attention to what their bodies are trying to tell them. The sooner you are able to recognize symptoms of low hormone levels, the earlier we may be able to help you live […]

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Tips to Reduce Holiday Stress & ED Symptoms

The holidays should be a time for joy and cheer spent with close friends and family. However, sometimes too much fun, resulting from too many holiday drinks, skipping the gym and getting off your routine can lead to excess stress. This is the time of year that many men can experience erectile dysfunction (ED).  

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Stay Fit in the Fall with 5 Fun Activities

Staying active is one important way to help maintain your overall health. According to Healthline, adults should get about 10,000 steps a day. And while fall’s cool temperatures might make it more enticing to stay inside under a blanket, it’s 🍁 also the perfect time to experience the beautiful outdoors in Kansas City.

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Menopause, Bone Health and Osteoporosis

Menopause — defined by MedicineNet as the cessation of menstrual periods for 12 consecutive months — causes a decline in the body’s estrogen and progesterone levels. Because estrogen acts as a natural protector and defender of bone strength, the lack of this hormone can contribute to the development of osteoporosis. Thankfully, healthy lifestyle choices can […]

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Reducing Diabetes Risk May Prevent Erectile Dysfunction

According to Medical News Today, 30 million adults are affected by erectile dysfunction (ED) in the United States. Research has shown that the risk of erectile dysfunction increases due to several factors, including older age, being overweight, smoking, types of cardiovascular disease, chronic liver disease and — it is now being discovered — diabetes. According […]

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