The idea that testosterone can cure heart disease may seem absurd at first glance.
But there’s plenty of evidence to support its effectiveness.
And as more and more doctors prescribe testosterone for their patients, more and better studies are finding it to be effective in reversing heart disease.
That’s thanks to a number of factors.
A large study published in the Annals of Internal Medicine found that patients who received testosterone injections had significantly lower blood pressure, lower cholesterol, and a lower risk of death.
And a 2014 study of 6,500 men found that testosterone helped prevent heart attacks.
The most important factor, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, is that the drug can be administered as a pill, administered over a period of months or even years, or given in a combination with other treatments.
These factors help explain why testosterone has become the go-to treatment for people who have heart problems.
And the drugs that help people with heart problems have also become more widely available.
But the main thing that the drugs do is to boost testosterone levels, according, in part, to the effects of the hormones they contain.
The main reason testosterone is so effective in treating heart disease is because it helps build and maintain a healthy heart.
When people with coronary artery disease, or heart disease, have heart disease and other conditions, the pressure in the arteries and the blood vessels that supply it increases.
As the heart attacks, the blood rushes toward the heart’s arteries.
When the blood pressure increases, the flow of blood to the heart decreases.
This is known as narrowing of the coronary arteries, or narrowing.
When that happens, blood flows more easily through the arteries, which increases blood flow to the rest of the body.
In a stroke, for example, blood flow is restricted because blood pressure is too high.
The problem is that when the heart loses blood flow, the heart can’t pump blood properly into the body’s tissues.
This can lead to damage to the coronary artery, which can lead, in turn, to a heart attack.
To help alleviate this problem, scientists have tried several different drugs to slow down or stop the heart from narrowing.
One of the most common drugs that helps people with cholesterol-related problems is statins.
These drugs are drugs that inhibit the action of the cholesterol-producing enzyme, called lipoprotein lipase.
They work by blocking the action that lipoproteins like cholesterol do on the body, which is the production of cholesterol.
Statins have been around for decades and have proven effective in reducing the risk of heart attacks in a number a studies.
They also have a number other benefits for people with a heart problem.
One is that statins help to restore blood flow in the heart, which helps reduce the pressure on the heart.
In other words, when statins are administered in combination with certain other medications, such as anti-hypertensive medications or a statin pill, the medications help to lower blood pressures and lower cholesterol.
Another benefit of statins is that they can lower cholesterol levels.
One study found that when people with high cholesterol had been on statins, their blood pressure was lower than when they had not been on the drugs.
The researchers said that the results support the idea that statin therapy could help people to lower cholesterol and heart attack risk.
Another reason statins have become a big player in heart disease treatment is that there are some studies that suggest that statuins can also help lower the risk for heart attacks by blocking cholesterol synthesis.
That means that statoins may help to prevent the body from producing cholesterol when it’s needed.
And some researchers have even found that statiins can lower the chance that people will develop heart attacks at all.
Another major benefit of the drugs is that, by lowering cholesterol levels, statins can reduce the risk that people with certain heart diseases may develop heart disease as well.
Some studies have shown that patients with certain conditions, including type 2 diabetes and hypertension, are less likely to develop heart attack or stroke.
But another study showed that people who had high cholesterol and had also been taking statins for a long time, were less likely than people who did not have high cholesterol to develop a heart disease when they became obese.
Another study found the same thing in people who took statins to treat type 2 diastasis, or the buildup of fat in the chest cavity.
It was not until after the heart attack that the heart disease began to develop.
That study, however, also found that those who took the statins were also less likely, after the attack, to develop diabetes and other diseases, such for instance high blood pressure and heart disease risk factors.
So statins may be effective, in some cases, for lowering the risk, for heart attack and stroke, or for lowering some of the risk factors that can lead people to develop cardiovascular disease.
Some of the research that’s been done has focused on patients with high blood pressures, for instance, because these people tend to have more