Smartphone device can test sperm quality

A new smartphone device can analyze a man's sperm quality and let him know in a matter of minutes whether he suffers from infertility.

Short, white men more likely to go bald

Earlier research has shown that men with so-called male pattern baldness are also statistically more likely to suffer from heart disease and prostate cancer, though the added risk is slight.

Colon cancer rates rise in millennials

Generation X and millennials face anywhere from two to four times the risk of colon and rectal cancer as their baby boomer counterparts.

Testosterone treatment show mixed results

Five new clinical studies on testosterone treatments showed mixed results on whether the male hormone therapy carries cardiovascular risks.