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Study Connects Diabetes with Low Testosterone

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New research shows diabetes can lead to low testosterone levels in men.  In fact it has the same effect that gaining 20 pounds can have on a man.. Both lead to lower testosterone levels.

The study was published in the Journal of Diabetes Care and suggests all men with type 2 diabetes should have their testosterone levels tested.

Check out our Dealing with Diabetes section at 8newsnow website:http://www.8newsnow.com/Global/category.asp?C=88951&nav=menu102_7_2

Connection between Diabetes & Low Testosterone:

http://www.modernmedicine.com/modernmedicine/Endocrinology/Obesity-Diabetes-Associated-With-Low-Free-Testoste/ArticleNewsFeed/Article/detail/670380?contextCategoryId=40144

Is your belly too big? Try this simple formula:

http://spotlight.vitals.com/2010/04/dr-oz-gives-simple-formula-using-belly-fat-to-test-for-diabetes/

 Paula Francis

8 News Now

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