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Tip: Do Tinder and Steroids Go Hand-in-Hand?

A new study found a connection between fans of dating apps and their use of steroids, bodybuilding supplements, and fasting.

Unleash Your Testosterone!

Is a lot of your natural testosterone bound up in your body, unable to be used? Probably. Here's exactly how to free it up.

Tip: Clomid to Boost Test?

Can clomiphene be used to treat low T? Here's what you need to know.

Tip: Growth Hormone – A Doctor's View

Is it worth injecting? Can you boost GH naturally? Do any supplements work? Answers here.

Tip: 18 Things You Need to Know About TRT

Things your average medical doctor either doesn't tell you (or doesn't know) about testosterone replacement therapy.

Tip: Steroids vs. Your Brain

Do anabolic-androgenic steroids make you, well, kinda stupid? Here's the new science.

Use Testosterone for Heart Health

Research shows that testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) can do great things for the heart. Too bad it's been largely ignored... until now.

Tip: TRT Causes Prostate Cancer? Nah. The Opposite

For years, doctors have told us about the dangers of testosterone replacement therapy. Could they have been completely wrong?

Unpopular Opinion: Your TRT is a Steroid Cycle

Some men on testosterone replacement therapy are being dishonest. What they're really on is a weak steroid cycle. Here are the facts.

Tip: Long-Term TRT – Safe and Healthy?

An 11-year study of over 800 men using testosterone replacement therapy came to some fascinating conclusions. Take a look.

Is He Natural or Not?

Who's natural and who's not? The answer isn't always clear, but here are the seven signs of steroid use.

Tip: Men With This Kind of Voice Score More

Researchers figured out the kind of voice that's more likely to lure women into their bedrooms. Hint: It's not a Porky Pig voice.

Tip: An Important Bulletin for TRT Patients

How to easily wipe out the possible negative side effects of testosterone replacement therapy with one simple adjustment.

Anabolic Steroids: A Survey of 2,385 Men

Participants in the largest survey of steroid users ever 'fess up to their steroid use, choices, motivations, side effects, and more.

Women: Testosterone, Yes. Estrogen, No.

Women on HRT typically receive estrogen and progesterone, but they might actually need testosterone. Here's why.