USA Today reports "Treating 'low T' can be risky."
Men over age 65 who use testosterone therapy may double their heart attack risk, a new study suggests. The study is the latest to raise concerns about the increasingly popular and heavily advertised hormone treatments, touted as boosters for energy, mood and sex lives. While the therapy is intended to treat very low testosterone levels, many man take it without any such diagnosis, previous research shows.
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