PLUS: What is the Tom Brady Diet?
NEW YORK POST – Back in 2014, questions were being asked about just how long then-37-year-old Tom Brady could carry on playing pro football — and the quarterback wasn’t happy.
“When I suck, I’ll retire,” he said. “ I don’t plan on sucking for a long time.”
Suffice to say, Brady is one of a kind, a phenomenon who shows no sign of slowing down any time soon in a...
Merck Knew About Suicides Linked To Propecia (Finasteride) But Didn’t Update Label, Unsealed Documents Show
KAISER HEALTH NEWS – Internal records were made public in late January after a 2019 Reuters motion to unseal 11 documents.
A 2011 update of the popular anti-baldness treatment's label didn't include a warning about suicidal behavior even though the FDA had by then received reports of 10 suicides.
Since 2011, the FDA has received reports of another 100 deaths linked to...
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) – A federal judge in Florida has ordered the destruction of video that allegedly shows New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft paying for massage parlor sex, according to court documents.
U.S. District Judge Rodolfo A. Ruiz II on Friday ruled that the videos of Kraft and other customers must be wiped from existence.
The Jupiter police surveillance was deemed unlawful, the South Florida Sun Sentinel reported.
Kraft's attorneys had argued that the...
"SARS-CoV-2 can infect the testis and ."
Small study of men age 50+ has disturbing finding
Zerohedge – A new study has revealed that SARS-CoV-2 infects the testicles and likely impacts male fertility.
A team of 14 researchers from Wuhan, China have published disturbing evidence from a small sample of patients that COVID-19 not only infects the testicles, but may interfere with sperm production by causing inflammation and 'massive' loss in young sperm cells.
"Strikingly, in four of...
Men face triple the odds of ICU admission for Covid-19
CNN – In the early weeks and months of the coronavirus pandemic, medics and health professionals working in hospitals around the world noticed that Covid-19 was hitting men harder than women.
Now, a global analysis of over 3 million Covid-19 cases from January to June has found that male patients with the disease have "almost three times the odds" of requiring admission to intensive care than...
Dec 9, 2020
HuffPost – We know that the coronavirus can affect many parts of the body, including the brain and lungs.
Is it time to acknowledge impotence might be a symptom too?
As more cases of COVID-19 have appeared, so too have more reports linking erectile dysfunction to the disease.
A study published in July in the Journal of Endocrinological Investigation found coronavirus survivors may experience sexual and reproductive health issues like ED following their...
"Genitourinary trauma is no joking matter and such injuries should be treated seriously."
Watch for "eggplant sign" and don't make jokes
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October 28, 2020
Medpage Today – In the emergency department, eggplants aren't just a suggestive emoji -- they're also a sign of injury from overenthusiastic sex.
When a patient's penis looks bloated and purple, it's a sign of penile fracture (there is considerable literature, in fact, about "eggplant deformity"). Another sign? When...
Sex must be included as a variable in human genetics and genomics studies
Sex-specific standards need to be applied to therapeutics and drug dosing
Scientists found 58 previously unreported gender links in traits such as blood pressure, cholesterol levels, breast cancer, and body fat percentage
Northwestern University – Biological sex has a small but ubiquitous influence on gene expression — the amount of product created by a gene for cell function — in...
"Too much pornography watching can lead to trouble: It is linked to increased cases of erectile dysfunction."
July 22, 2020
Everyday Health – Watching sex films can sometimes be helpful: “It can help people who are anxious about their sexuality get past their apprehensions. Also, if watched together under mutually agreeable conditions, it can improve a couple’s intimacy,” says Barbara D. Bartlik, MD, psychiatrist and sex therapist with Weill Cornell Medical College in New York City.
"90% of men fast-forward to watch the most arousing pornographic scenes. There's no doubt that porn conditions the way we view sex ... "
July 17, 2020
| Medical Xpress – A study has shown that the amount of porn a man watches is linked to worse erectile function.
Watching porn is also associated with greater dissatisfaction with "normal" sex, with only 65% of respondents rating sex with a partner to be more stimulating than porn. This...
"I put my country before my job." – Brandi Love
"It’s unhealthy to be alone.”
May 3, 2020 |
Daily Beast – Veteran porn actress Brandi Love – a pro-Trump conservative – recently had an op-ed in The Federalist touching of everything from First Amendment rights to how porn sites have provided many people with feelings of comfort during the novel coronavirus crisis.
“I could count dozens of emails, texts and DMs staying, ‘Thanks for keeping me sane...
The Latest: No urinals? Toilets could evolve post-virus
By The Associated Press
TOP OF THE HOUR:
— Well-spaced faithful gather in St. Peter's Square.
— Russia reports its highest single-day death toll but fewer infections.
— China's foreign minister says virus lawsuits are "illegal."
— France relaxing border restrictions and allowing migrant workers.
LONDON — Toilet experts say urinals may be consigned to history as part of measures to make public conveniences safe for the post-coronavirus world.
Raymond Martin, managing director of...
Why are more men dying from COVID-19 than women?
April 23, 2020
Mayo Clinic News Network – Men appear to be hit harder by COVID-19 than women.
Early data from China and the World Health Organization (WHO) show that more men than women are dying from COVID-19.
Other countries like Spain and Italy also are seeing higher death rates among men.
But why might that be? Dr. Gregory Poland, a Mayo Clinic COVID-19 expert, says this is a really important scientific...
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