Dr. Richard Pelman’s inaugural podcast makes it clear: He knows his audience. Men can be stubborn and willfully ignorant. They brim with bravado and excuses to forgo routine checkups.
Researchers have discovered a specific place in the human genome where variations can raise a man's risk of erectile dysfunction. The finding is a significant advancement in the understanding of the genetics underlying erectile dysfunction.
Can your genes indicate if you're more likely to have erectile dysfunction?
An experimental male oral contraceptive—called dimethandrolone undecanoate, or DMAU—combines activity of an androgen (male hormone) like testosterone, and a progestin.