The term is contentious, but experts and those affected say the condition's impact is profound.
Prevention can be tough, but the disease doesn't have to control you or your relationships.
Misconceptions about the disease, its origins and its causes only make outcomes worse.
Being overweight can create issues with erectile function, performance and fertility.
The understanding of this multifaceted health condition and its risk factors has expanded.
The minimally invasive operation may improve your overall well-being and sex life.
The minimally invasive operation may improve your overall well-being and sex life.
Genetics, lifestyle choices, illnesses, treatments, age and more can all contribute to low-T.
Excess weight can impair sexual health by affecting bodily systems and psychological conditions.
The benefits and risks of time-restricted food consumption largely depend on the individual.
A negative view of your body could have a negative impact on your erections.
When your member is buried, it's still there but no longer visible on the outside.
Screening guidelines have changed, and timing can make all the difference in detecting cancer.
When male breast tissue proliferates, erectile dysfunction can result. The reasons are complex.
Making even small changes to what you do (and don't) eat can improve the gland's health.
Yes, testosterone levels may fall off, but lifestyle choices might be the real health issue.
The reason may not matter in the moment, but sometimes ED is the exception, not the rule.
Neuropathy and heart meds can affect results, but other options exist to treat dysfunction.
Think this is too boring to read? Well, having more sex is one of the suggestions.
The BMI has been a key measure of public health for decades, but many say it's ineffective.
Conflicting evidence shows Plan B may not work as well for some people—but you have options.
RRMS is the most common type of MS, leading to chronic fatigue and so much more.
Often misdiagnosed, PGP can be debilitating for pregnant women—but there are solutions.
Diabetes comes with many secondary complications, including potential sleep problems.
Bust your sexual anxiety by tackling internalized fatphobia.
When it comes to your health, a good night's slumber should be top priority.
Research finds stigma hinders diagnosis and treatment for fat patients.
Donating your body to science is a noble cause—that not everyone can pursue.
There is no universal 'best' sleeping position—there are pros and cons to each.
Differentiating between typical and atypical dermatology can save your life.
While somnambulism is a rare condition most are familiar with, it says a lot about your sleep.
A Colorado hiking group is breaking body stigma in outdoor spaces.
Don't let fad diets dictate what's healthy and what's not.
The pervasive history of 'fatphobia' in studies has negatively impacted contraceptive care.
Lymphedema of the penis and scrotum is rare, but serious cases may require surgery.
A lot of American adults have hypertension, but few of us do anything about it.
When doctors focus on the wrong part of their patient, trust begins to deteriorate.
A plant-based diet can help reduce your risk of erectile dysfunction, a new study concludes.
More than one-third of Americans get less sleep than they should. There are consequences.
Sperm quality suffers when BMI is high. ART advancements may help, as can bariatric surgery.
Coffee consumption is associated with a lower risk of the disease, but don't go too crazy.
Choose how you want to drop pounds, but be careful of ineffective or dangerous practices.
It's not a magic potion, but as part of a lifestyle, these foods can confer healthy rewards.
Prolonged exposure to an elevated blood glucose level can cause erectile dysfunction.
You expect it to affect nerves in your feet and legs, but your testicles? Yep, there, too.
I was so trapped in my body, I never thought I’d escape. When I did, I gained a whole new self.
Like all weight loss medical procedures, this innovation has significant benefits and risks.
Your brain and body depend on sugar, but how much is too much or not enough in your diet?
Heart disease is just as common among women as men and every bit as dangerous.
Certain dietary and lifestyle changes can tame inflammation and improve your libido.
Most men will experience some form of ED, but these numbers are clues to reducing your risk.
Running is a straightforward and accessible exercise, but that doesn't make it the best choice.
Your desk-jockey and couch-potato habits might impact your chance of having kids.
Chronic pain, obesity and even medical treatments may make you change your approach to sex.
Beyond prostate issues, several other conditions may be causing your frequent bathroom trips.
Certain healthy lifestyle behaviors can benefit lazy sperm and improve their motility.
The conditions are related but to say excess breast tissues causes ED ignores other factors.
Help your partner manage these conditions so both of you can enjoy a satisfying sex life.
If you're having trouble getting ready for love, your beer belly could be the culprit.
Frank communication with a partner about health is an important aspect of your sex life.
Many men suffer from erectile dysfunction, but that doesn't mean you can't prevent it.
Since the two conditions are so closely tied together, treating one should improve both.
Diabetic men are more prone to erectile issues than men at large. Get answers that help.
Enjoy your veggies but don't want to give up meat entirely? Try flexitarianism.
With a bit of creativity and courage, you can find new paths to reaching your full potential.
A plant-based diet may aid recovery, while processed foods are best avoided.
Long-term use of certain oral contraception may help prevent some reproductive cancers.
Addressing one condition can help with the other, but only if you speak up.
If you're diabetic and struggling with sexual dysfunction, the two may be connected.
Challenges of diabetes and erectile dysfunction are intertwined but readily manageable.
The link between ED and diabetes is clear, but your doctor can tell you more.
Here's how age, medical conditions and lifestyle choices may affect your fertility.
All those clichéd healthy-lifestyle recommendations matter more when you're trying to conceive.
A leaner, meaner you means lower blood sugar and better erections.
Lifestyle changes and proper treatments could help get you in the mood.
Men with diabetes are more likely to suffer from ED, but do ED drugs work well for diabetic men?
You can control some risks for prostate cancer but not others. Find out what you can do.
Anything that impacts your body impacts your sex life. But you can always find ways to adjust.
This isn't just your grandfather's disease—prevention can begin no matter how young you are.
Feeling depressed? Forget the social stigma and get help—for your body as much as your mind.
Studies give newfound cancer-fighting status to popular foods, including a loved pizza topping.
Male breast enlargement and erectile dysfunction share a common cause, but both can be treated.
A lower weight has all kinds of health benefits, adding greater gusto for living and loving.
Understanding your ED means first knowing how diabetes and erections interact with each other.
Wearing one won't increase your cancer risk, but keep in mind other health issues.
Let's separate the facts from the fiction on this important health issue.
We bust some heart disease myths so you can make better choices about your heart health.
If you have diabetes, you have an elevated risk of ED. Find out what you can do about it.
Forget that rare, juicy steak—a plant-based diet may help combat ED symptoms.
Here are a few tips for success when you’re planning to have children.
Fifty percent of men older than 40 suffer from ED, a number that increases with age.
Let’s blow up four big, fat lies about the sex lives of overweight people, once and for all.
Excess pounds can lead to low-T, high blood pressure, heart disease and ED. Time to lose weight!
Cardiovascular health is a key for maintaining a healthy sex life as you age.
Insulin issues accompany polycystic ovary syndrome. The right food can help you stay balanced.
Learning the symptoms of this reproductive syndrome can help prevent long-term effects.
Researchers believe erectile dysfunction could be a sign of cardiovascular problems.
PMS is more than just a regular inconvenience for women who suffer serious symptoms every month.
Regular checkups can help expectant mothers identify symptoms and protect against preeclampsia.
About 15 percent of couples in the U.S. struggle with infertility issues. But they have options.
You’re following all the rules, and yet you’re not getting pregnant. Where do you go from here?
Don't delay! Preventive measures now can help you later.
Increasing your penile sensitivity can improve sexual sensations in the bedroom.
You may be able to reduce the risk of heart problems and improve ED-related symptoms.
Diabetes and ED share common underlying factors. Addressing the source is often the solution.
It’s possible to reduce your chances of prostate cancer with minor lifestyle changes.
Male infertility can have many causes, but a proactive approach can yield positive results.