Has your get up and go got up and gone?
For a great many men over the age of 45 many changes in health are overlooked simply because they assume it is an inevitable part of getting older.Read More
Why, for over 50s men, Scotland is red not blue
Dr Malcolm Carruthers highlights the unmet need for testosterone treatment across the country and why an increasing number of Scots men are coming forward for diagnosis and treatment.Read More
Mirror Myths, Misconceptions & Misinformation
Despite official statistics from the UK Medicines Control Agency showing todays array of testosterone treatments as being amongst the safest medicines on the market if given by doctors for therapeutic reasons, one of the principal reasons why doctors, especially GP’s don’t prescribe testosterone is because they listen to inaccurate myths about it fed to them […]Read More
When Two Becomes One
Centre For Men’s Health Medical Director, Dr Malcolm Carruthers explains the reasoning behind amalgamating the Edinburgh & Glasgow Clinics into one Scottish Centre for Mens Health.Read More
Stemming The Tide Of Alzheimers
Dr Malcolm Carruthers reflects on the Australian research he is contributing to on the role that Testosterone therapy may play in stopping or delaying the onset of Alzheimers disease in ‘at risk’ patients.Read More
Centre For Men’s Health Research Breakthrough
The findings of a two year study published online in the prestigious Journal Of Sexual Medicine*** by clinicians from the Centre For Men’s Health (Dr Malcolm Carruthers & Mr Mark Feneley – scroll down to view a video interview with Dr Carruthers) has firmly ruled out a long held myth that Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT) […]Read More
Testosterone To Stem Alzheimer’s Disease?
Dr Malcolm Carruthers from the Centre for Men’s Health and a World Authority on Testosterone Deficiency joined Professor Ralph Martin and colleagues for the Lifestyle Approaches for the Prevention of Alzheimer’s Disease Conference in Perth, Western Australia which coincided with the news of a two year study to extend initial positive research into the use […]Read More
Patient Story: David Andrews
David Andrews, a 58 year old father of three from Cambridge, believes he has been suffering from the signs of Testosterone Deficiency Syndrome, including lack of energy, sexual dysfunction, insomnia and consequent irritability, for a number of years. He had an operation when he was 19 to remove a hydrocele (water on the testicle) and […]Read More
Manchester Centre for Men’s Health In Focus
Dr Doug Savage, Manchester Centre for Men’s Health, reveals his background in this important area of male health and explains what patients attending his clinic in the North West can expect.Read More
GPs urged to test for hypogonadism in diabetic men
GPs urged to test for hypogonadism in diabetic men Source: PulseRead More
Testosterone Treatment Comes of Age?
Professor Tom Trinick is a highly respected clinician, scientist and key opinion leader in the subject of Testosterone Deficiency in the adult male. In this interview at the launch of the new Centre for Men’s Health in Scotland, Professor Trinick looks at the background to this area of men’s health and dispels the myths associated […]Read More
Testosterone Deficiency ‘Down Under’
Dr Adrian Zentner is a respected clinician from Perth and an international committee member of the Andropause Society; he also runs men’s health clinics specialising in Testosterone Deficiency Syndrome across Australia. In this interview with broadcaster/campaigner Paul Pennington he talks about the scale of the problem across his homeland and his clinical research work into […]Read More