A neuroscientist could tell if you are athletic or anxious by comparing the length of your index finger and ring finger.
If you were looking for the fountain of youth, unfortunately, this was probably not the answer you had hoped for.
Men seem to have a better sense of direction than women, according to a recent study.
Testosterone levels and empathetic tendencies may predict a man's parenting skills, according to a recent study.
New findings published in the journal Nature Genetics provide insight into how prostate cancer originates.
Brain imaging has shown that testosterone therapy given as part of sex reassignment changes the brain structures and pathway associated with speech and verbal fluency.
New findings published in the European Heart Journal reveal that increasing testosterone levels to normal in men who have suffered a heart attack or stroke could help prevent those and other cardiovascular issues.
Lower testosterone may be linked with depression.
New findings published in the Journal of Anatomy examines how this detail is not linked to mechanical features like chewing, but rather, hormonal levels that occurred, perhaps, as we grew into more communicative individuals in society.
It turns out that a higher surge of testosterone in athletes isn't tied to winning. In fact, researchers believe that it's more about competing than actual winning.
Modern humans roamed the planet as early as 200,000 years ago, and yet it was only about 50,000 years ago that advanced tools and art became widespread. It turns out that lower testosterone could be to blame.
The Endocrine Society, the world’s oldest, largest and most active organization devoted to research on hormones and the clinical practice of endocrinology, issued a statement yesterday that called for the evaluation of the benefits and risks of testosterone therapy.