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16, 2014 - When middle-aged women seek extra-marital affairs, they are looking for more romantic passion, which includes sex and don't want to divorce their husbands, suggests new research to be presented at the 109th Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association. Health and Medicine for Seniors Vasectomy Appears to Increase Risk of Aggressive, Lethal Prostate Cancer Men who had regular PSA screening had a increased risk of 56% for lethal prostate cancer; effect stronger among men who had a vasectomy at younger age.
July 9, 2014 The largest study to examine the link between vasectomy and prostate cancer has found that men who had this birth control procedure have a small increase in their risk of prostate cancer but a stronger risk for advanced or lethal cases of this cancer. Health & Medicine for Senior Citizens Male Infertility Right Up There with Smoking, Diabetes as Death Risk Stanford study finds two abnormalities in semen equals doubled mortality risk in 8 years May 16, 2014 Most of us are aware that smoking and diabetes double our risk of death.
Michigan Study; aging and physiology are influenced by how the brain processes expectations and rewards Dec.
1, 2013 - It has long been accepted that for many species the expectation of food that does not become available shortens their lives.
Sixty percent of older women and 70 percent of older men are highly satisfied says a new study. Sex and Romance for Senior Citizens What Age of Sexual Partner Do Senior Men and Women Prefer?
New evolutionary psychology research shows gender differences in age preferences regarding sexual partners stay about the same through old age Sept.
25, 2113 It has been awhile since many senior citizens had to worry about their sexual regrets.
They may be surprised, however, that the largest and most in-depth study to date on regret surrounding sexual activity of men and women finds there has not been much change from even since the days when contraception was not very available or reliable. Health & Medicine for Senior Citizens Testosterone Therapy Lowers Cardiovascular Risk, or Maybe Not, But It Makes Men Honest New JAMA study finding testosterone therapy increases cardiovascular risk has lots of other research to compete with - check out these three By Tucker Sutherland, editor, Senior Nov.
At least it appears to be true for male fruit flies. Sex and Romance for Senior Citizens Sexual Regrets Have Not Changed for Men or Women Overtime, Study Finds Large study examines potential evolutionary role of 'sexual regret' in human survival and reproduction Nov.7, 2014 - Alarmed by recent studies that have raised concerns about the safety of testosterone therapy in older men with a history of heart disease, the Endocrine Society today called for a full evaluation.According to a statement, the risks and benefits of testosterone therapy for older men with declining levels of the hormone need to be fully evaluated. Sex and Romance for Senior Citizens Many Older Men Maybe too Many Start Testosterone Therapy Without Clear Medical Need Study finds increased testing among men with normal hormone levels and notes worry about potential risks associated with testosterone use Jan.Or, there is one from last October that says men become more truthful after receiving testosterone. Health & Medicine for Senior Citizens Testosterone Therapy Increases Cardiovascular Risk in Older Men Results of large study urges both cautious testosterone prescribing and additional investigation Nov.6, 2013 - Among a group of older men who underwent coronary angiography and had a low serum testosterone level, the use of testosterone therapy was associated with increased risk of death, heart attack, or ischemic stroke, according to a study in the November 6 issue of JAMA. Sex and Romance for Senior Citizens In Older Couples It is How Fast Wife Calms Down After Conflict That Predicts Marriage Longevity Commonly belief that women play role of caretaker, peacemaker in relationships; study among the first to reveal this dynamic in action over a long period of time Nov. But a new study of middle aged and older couples conducted at UC Berkeley has found that, when it comes to keeping the peace, its more important for wives than for husbands to calm down after a heated argument.