Belly Fat Worse For Older Men Than Low Testosterone, Odense University Hospital Study
Published: Jan 20, 2014
For older men, having a big belly is more closely tied to general health problems than having low testosterone levels, a new study suggests. Researchers have known that obesity is linked to lower testosterone among men. But it's been less clear how each of those factors relates to men's well-being, Dr. Marianne Andersen told Reuters Health in an email. She worked on the study at Odense University Hospital in Denmark.
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