Testosterone may decrease bone loss in older men, study says

A five-month study of 13 men aged 60 to 85 found those who underwent testosterone therapy exhibited reduced bone turnover compared with those on placebo. Researchers believe the treatment may help preserve bone mass and prevent osteoporosis among older men, but one expert said a bigger and longer trial is needed to verify the findings.

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