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Prostate Screening Drops Sharply, And So Do Cancer Cases
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Aydian Dowling is currently leading the annual "Ultimate Guy" contest held by Men's Health magazine. If he wins, he will be the first trans man to appear on the cover. Jason Robert Ballard/FTM Magazine hide caption

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Transgender Man Leads 'Men's Health' Cover Model Contest
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Best To Not Sweat The Small Stuff, Because It Could Kill You
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Suicides Rise In Middle-Aged Men, And Older Men Remain At Risk
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The human Y chromosome (left) holds the code for "maleness"; that's the X on the right. Andrew Syred/Science Source hide caption

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With Men's Y Chromosome, Size Really May Not Matter
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Testosterone levels in men can go up and down throughout the day. Katherine Streeter for NPR hide caption

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Test First Before Going For Those Testosterone Supplements
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Testosterone, The Biggest Men's Health Craze Since Viagra, May Be Risky
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Some men take testosterone hoping to boost energy and libido, or to build strength. But at what risk? iStockphoto hide caption

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There's more than one reason to aim for a good night's sleep. Charles Taylor/iStockphoto.com hide caption

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The active ingredient in Propecia, a baldness remedy approved by the Food and Drug Administration in 1997, is showing new promise as a way to prevent some prostate cancers. AP hide caption

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Evidence Supports Pill To Prevent Some Prostate Cancers
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Why Skipping Breakfast Might Raise Risk Of Heart Disease
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A billboard advertising robotic surgery hangs outside Boston's Fenway Park in 2009. Hospitals and doctors have heavily promoted robotic surgery. Charles Krupa/AP hide caption

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