Losing just 2.5 inches from their waistlines may lower men’s odds of sexual dysfunction and frequent urination, say researchers.
The findings now offer physicians an easy metric to gauge which male patients might be experiencing sexual or urologic dysfunction, the researchers say.
“Measuring a man’s waistline is easy, noninvasive, and does not require extensive testing,” says senior investigator Steven A. Kaplan, the professor of urology at Weill Cornell Medical College.
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