A study in Clinical Endocrinology showed that older men with higher levels of physical activity and higher total testosterone were at a reduced risk for cardiovascular events, compared with those who had low physical activity and testosterone levels and those with higher testosterone levels but low physical activity levels. Australian researchers evaluated data from the Health in Men Study involving 3,351 men, mean age of 77, and found that higher physical activity and higher androgens were inversely associated with a lower, age-adjusted metabolic syndrome risk.
Physical activity, testosterone tied to CV death risk in men
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