Elevated Testosterone May Lower Asthma Risk in Women

<![CDATA[]]>(MedPage Today) — Elevated levels of serum testosterone appeared to be significantly associated with a reduced risk for asthma in women, and obesity modifies this risk, researchers reported.
Findings from the first population-based study of its…

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