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Aisha T. Langford, PhD, MPH

Aisha T. Langford, PhD, MPH

Aisha T. Langford, PhD, MPH, is a freelance writer, speaker and academic researcher. She holds an appointment with the NYU School of Medicine as an assistant professor. Her research focuses on how health communication can improve individual medical decision making and reduce population health disparities in the context of clinical trial participation and chronic disease prevention. Dr. Langford holds a BA in English from the University of Virginia, an MPH in behavioral science and epidemiology from Saint Louis University School of Public Health, and a Ph.D. in health behavior and health education from the University of Michigan School of Public Health. 

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This pharmaceutical-grade formulation should be considered a first-line treatment, European study authors concluded.

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Consumption increases risk in men. Understanding the mechanisms may help identify prevention strategies.

Greater vigilance in monitoring for these outcomes and their modifiable risk factors is recommended.

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Poor communication and care coordination received the lowest marks in provider and health plan ratings.

Study findings highlight the need for physicians to heed the symptoms of testosterone deficiency.


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