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What Is the Difference Between Andropause and Menopause?

Discover what makes andropause different from menopause, the symptoms experienced and how to combat them.

Folate Supplementation: Do Men Need It?

Folate Supplementation: Do Men Need It?

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How To Naturally Boost Sperm Count In The New Year

So many men experience low sperm levels and hormone imbalances which is why Elan Healthcare has male fertility supplements designed specifically to help.

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Why Do Men Need A Prenatal?

Did you know that 35-50% of infertility cases are caused by male sperm issues? Thankfully there are a lot of natural ways in which men can improve the health of their sperm with supplements.

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Let’s Discuss Male Menopause, Andropause

Male menopause (andropause) is something that some men might experience that affects their testosterone levels, libido, fertility, muscle strength and more.

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Testosterone 101 & How It Affects Fertility

The testosterone hormone affects libido, sperm production, and fertility. By taking supplements individuals can naturally boost testosterone and increase male fertility.
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Increase Sperm Count With these Vitamins & Supplements

 Low sperm count and low sperm motility account for around 90% of male infertility cases. Thankfully, these 8 supplements may improve your sperm count and function.
A Review on Male Infertility-Part 2

A Review on Male Infertility-Part 2

In this article, we are going to outline some behavioral and lifestyle modifications that can foster reproductive health benefit in men. 
A Review on Male Infertility- Part 1

A Review on Male Infertility- Part 1

The World Health Organization defines infertility as the inability to achieve pregnancy after one year of unprotected intercourse. 1 out of 6 Canadian couples experience infertility. 3 out of 10 times, men are the cause of infertility.

In this blog post we explore some of the risk factors that contribute to male infertility.