As the pendulum swings back and forth on the value of testosterone supplements for older men, a large study of veterans has shown that those whose low testosterone was restored to normal had a lower risk of heart attack, stroke or death from any cause compared with their untreated peers.
The study of 83,000 men also found those who were treated but did not attain normal levels did not see the same benefits as those whose levels did reach normal.
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