Salt Lake City, UT—Supplemental testosterone does not increase their risk of experiencing a heart attack or stroke for generally healthy men who used therapy to normalize testosterone levels, according to a new study. For the research, presented recently at the 2015 American heart Association Scientific Session in Orlando, the study tea from Intermountain Medical Center Heart Institute in Salt Lake City studied 1,472 men between the ages of 52 and 63 who had low testosterone levels and no prior history of heart disease. Researchers found that generally healthy men who received testosterone supplementation to achieve normal levels did not increase their risk of heart attack, stroke, or death. Previous studies have been conducted on testosterone replacement therapy and its cardiovascular effects in men, with a wide range of results.

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