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CES 2017: Latest Tech for Men’s Health

The Consumer Electronics Show in Vegas featured over 2.6 million sq feet of new tech. Here are some cool gadgets we found that might help you on your journey to better health and fertility. Enjoy.

By | January 12th, 2017|

Why Does Getting Hit in the Balls Hurt Your Stomach?

By | October 6th, 2015|

Getting hit in the balls is a pain that is practically legendary. That's because it's not quite like any other pain you experience. It's a combination of blinding pain, often followed by waves of nausea. With many guys, the pain makes sense: the balls are naturally sensitive and getting [...]

So, You Think You Have Low T? We Need to Talk…

By | September 23rd, 2015|

“Low T” means Low Testosterone levels. Low T is the latest health epidemic to affect American men, at least according to the multiple, million-dollar advertising campaigns you see on TV, hear on the radio and see in the glossy magazines.

Am I Normal? The Normal Penis Size

By | August 13th, 2015|

There's a lot of mythology around penis length. If a guy's feet are a certain size, his race, his height, even his personality, all of these are claimed by society to be indicative of someone's penis size. But for all of this discussion about size, who's got what and how to [...]

Oligospermia: Low Sperm Count

By | July 28th, 2015|

An in-depth look at how sperm production is measured, what causes a low sperm count, how many sperm it takes to make a baby and what men can do to improve sperm production.

Steroids and Male Fertility

By | July 27th, 2015|

It’s a well known fact that abusing steroids can shrink your balls and cause development of breast tissue. This article explores how steroids work and what they can do to your fertility.

BMI and Male Fertility

By | July 27th, 2015|

High BMI can have a detrimental impact on male fertility. The combination of extra heat around the testicle and hormonal imbalances can be a 1-2 punch to sperm.

Heat and Male Fertility

By | July 27th, 2015|

What's the connection between heat and male fertility? Sperm are fine-crafted little machines that require the precise temperature of 4 degrees cooler than body temperature for proper development