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The Truth about Stress*

As we continue to age and our lives grow busier, we often put-up blinders to how our bodies are feeling. Males, in particular, often succumb to the social stigma that “real men” don’t complain and should never ask for help.

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Oxy, what? Oxytocin!

Not feeling the same juice in the bedroom? Not feeling that same closeness with your partner or kids day-to-day? Low levels of oxytocin may be the culprit.

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Breeze Through the Dog Days of Summer

Merriam-Webster lists two definitions of “dog days.” One is the hot, sultry period between early July and early September. The other is defined as a period of stagnation or inactivity. The former often leads to the latter, right?

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Halfway Point Check In

As we put the pandemic into the rearview mirror, now is the time to refocus on your health. We are halfway into the year, and it begs the question, how well have you done incorporating better dietary and physical activity habits into your everyday life?

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Stories of Gratitude

This holiday season we express our gratitude to our patients.  We appreciate the opportunity to be a part of your lives and would like to

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New Study Suggests Testosterone Can Decrease Cardiovascular Risks

A new study finds that long-term testosterone replacement therapy is associated with a decreased—and not increased—risk for cardiovascular disease. The findings were the result of a large population-based study published in Lancet Diabetes & Endocrinology and presented at the 2016 annual meeting of the American Urological Association.

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