Thanks to the Clean Air Act, measures have been taken to reduce pollution and preserve the ozone since 1963. Here are 15 cities where you will find the cleanest air in America, as ranked by the American Lung Association!
According to the American Lung Association (ALA), over 50% of Americans live in counties that have unhealthy levels of ozone or pollution particulates in the air. Here's a list of the highest risk areas in the United States!
Testosterone is the hormone that gives men characteristics such as facial hair, fertility, and deep voices. Low testosterone is often treated by replacing the testosterone that would normally be produced by the body.
Low testosterone, or hypogonadism, occurs when a man's testicles don’t produce enough testosterone. There are many risk factors that can lead to low testosterone, but there are steps you can take to reduce your risk.
Testosterone is an essential hormone produced in men’s testes and in smaller amounts in women’s ovaries. This article touches on testosterone, its role in the body, why levels recede, and effects of low testosterone.
About one in four men over the age of 30 deals with low testosterone levels. While the symptoms are rarely life-threatening, living with low testosterone produces effects that can make everyday life more difficult.
Low testosterone is a condition that’s on the mind of many men, and for good reason too; almost 25% are affected by age 30. Low testosterone is something that can occur at any stage of life for any number of reasons.
There are factors that contribute to low testosterone you can control. It may not be possible to regulate levels using lifestyle changes alone, but these remedies will make a fight against low testosterone easier.
Testosterone loss due to old age is an unchangeable fact of life, but there are steps you can take to prevent low testosterone or mitigate its effects. Changing your lifestyle is the easiest way to accomplish this.