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Lower testosterone helped societies develop: Study


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on October 25th, 2018

A composite image shows the facial differences between an ancient modern human with heavy brows and a large upper face and the more recent modern human who has rounder features and a much less prominent brow. The prominence of these features can be directly traced to the influence of the hormone testosterone. Robert Cieri, University of Utah Although humans have been around for 200,000 years, they didn't develop the makings of modern society -- culture, art and advanced tools -- until about 50,000 years ago. Could lower testosterone levels have helped make the difference? A study published in the journal Current Anthropology finds that human skulls changed shape at about that same point in time -- physical changes linked to declining testosterone levels. The researchers say that suggests lower levels of the male hormone could have helped bring about modern civilization. "The modern human behaviors of technological innovation, making art and rapid cultural exchange probably came at the same time that we developed a more cooperative temperament," lead author Robert Cieri, a biology graduate student at the University of Utah, said in a press release. The research is based on measurements of the skulls of more than 1,400 modern and … Read more »

Did Lower Testosterone Help Civilize Humanity?


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on October 25th, 2018

Contact Information Available for logged-in reporters only Newswise SALT LAKE CITY, Aug. 1, 2014 A study of 1,400 ancient and modern human skulls suggests that a reduction in testosterone hormone levels accompanied the development of cooperation, complex communication and modern culture some 50,000 years ago. The research, published in todays issue of the journal Current Anthropology, uses craniofacial evidence to propose that lowered testosterone levels could explain the relatively sudden origin of modern behavior about 50,000 years ago, says University of Utah biology graduate student Robert Cieri. Cieri conducted the study of the feminization of human skulls and faces with colleagues at Duke University in North Carolina before moving to Utah in 2012. A news release from Duke University is below. Humans are uniquely able to communicate complex thoughts and cooperate even with strangers, Cieri says. New research on fossilized Stone Age humans from Europe, Africa and the Near East suggests these traits are linked, developed around 50,000 years ago, and were a driving force behind the development of complex culture. Homo sapiens, or modern humans, first appeared in the fossil record about 200,000 years ago, but evidence of modern behavior, such as symbolic artifacts and advanced tools are only … Read more »

3 Ways to Naturally Boost Your Testosterone – Leg Workout – Video


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on October 25th, 2018

3 Ways to Naturally Boost Your Testosterone - Leg Workout Check Out How Power Block Helps You Boost Testosterone: http://sixpackshortcuts.com/rdnD What's up everybody! It's Mike with Sixpack Shortcuts and the topic for today is: TESTOSTERONE! This... By: Six Pack Shortcuts See the article here: 3 Ways to Naturally Boost Your Testosterone - Leg Workout - Video … Read more »

4 Ways to Enhance Testosterone for Gaining Lean Muscle – Video


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on October 25th, 2018

4 Ways to Enhance Testosterone for Gaining Lean Muscle 4 Ways to Enhance Testosterone for Gaining Lean Muscle - http://www.howdoyougetleanmuscle.net Testosterone is the male hormone that you produce in your testes. It is important for muscle growth... By: Direk Hopkinshir See the article here: 4 Ways to Enhance Testosterone for Gaining Lean Muscle - Video … Read more »

MGTOW: targeting testosterone – Video


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on October 25th, 2018

MGTOW: targeting testosterone do you think it is a conscious act or an unconscious act? By: Not Sure The rest is here: MGTOW: targeting testosterone - Video … Read more »

New Study finds phalates linked to low testosterone levels. How to increase your testosterone. – Video


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on October 25th, 2018

New Study finds phalates linked to low testosterone levels. How to increase your testosterone. Is your testosterone making you increase your estrogen? How to naturally boost your testosterone levels without synthetic hormones. By: Douglas DiSiena Link: New Study finds phalates linked to low testosterone levels. How to increase your testosterone. - Video … Read more »

Who doesnt qualify for IV Therapy? – Video


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on October 25th, 2018

Who doesnt qualify for IV Therapy? IV Therapy- 1. Who needs Intravenous Nutrition? 2. What are the benefits of IV therapy? 3. Who doesn't qualify for IV Therapy? 4. When did IV therapy become popular? 5. Who will administer... By: Spectrum HRT Original post: Who doesnt qualify for IV Therapy? - Video … Read more »

Who needs Intravenous Nutrition? – Video


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on October 25th, 2018

Who needs Intravenous Nutrition? IV Therapy 1. Who needs Intravenous Nutrition? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q8GQowWNlKg 2. What are the benefits of IV therapy? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FFbnhDm9ZrQ 3. Who doesn't... By: Spectrum HRT See more here: Who needs Intravenous Nutrition? - Video … Read more »

Local Health Alert: Low Testosterone Treatment


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on October 25th, 2018

MEMPHIS, TN (localmemphis.com) - There has been plenty of talk recently about the benefits of testosterone replacement therapy for men.. However, there are a few dangers men need to know about. Drugs in the form of gels, injections, and patches have promised to raise testosterone levels and help men reclaim their youth and increase their libido. "Low-T" treatments have been marketed to middle aged men as "cure all" treatments aimed at boosting sex drive, reducing fatigue, improving mood, and facilitating weight loss. However, there are growing concerns about the side effects of these therapies following findings of several notable studies. The FDA is investigating the risk of cardiovascular injury, stroke, and death in men exposed to testosterone . Rob Booth with Atlas Men's Health in Memphis was a recent guest on Local 24 Mid-day. He said the most important thing that a man can do before considering any sort of testosterone replacement is to speak with their doctor first. "I think the take home message is that testosterone therapy is not new. It's been around since the 1940's. It seems new because of all the consumer advertising that has taken place in recent years, but the take home message is … Read more »

Testosterone therapy should only be for men with hypogonadism, experts say


Posted by Dr. Michael White, Updated on October 25th, 2018

The Endocrine Society testified today at a meeting of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) discussing the appropriate population for testosterone replacement therapy and the potential for adverse cardiovascular outcomes associated with its use. Though testosterone use has sharply increased among older men in the past decade, the Society told the FDA that testosterone therapy should be limited to men who meet the diagnostic guidelines for hypogonadism. Testosterone is a key male sex hormone involved in maintaining sex drive, sperm production and bone health. Since testosterone levels tend to naturally decline as men age, lower levels of the hormone do not necessarily mean that an individual has hypogonadism, a condition that results from low testosterone. Clinical manifestations of hypogonadism may include decreased libido, erectile dysfunction, breast enlargement and infertility. Testifying before the FDA joint meeting of the Bone, Reproductive and Urologic Drugs Advisory Committee and the Drug Safety and Risk Management Advisory Committee on behalf of the Endocrine Society, Ronald Swerdloff, MD, professor at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, said testosterone treatment should be limited to men who have clinical manifestations of hypogonadism and consistently low testosterone levels. "The Endocrine Society also recommends that more data be … Read more »