The authors of one study found that a drink of glucose solution decreased blood levels of testosterone by as much as 25 percent.
The rumble at Hofstra was thrilling—a heady blend of testosterone and pedantry.
First words, then shoves, were exchanged, and finally, testosterone thick in the air, a few blows were thrown.
And then there are those gauzy bastions of testosterone: actors and models.
testosterone is a banned substance for most athletes and is known to make its users more aggressive.
Pump guys full of testosterone in the laboratory, says Zak, and test subjects become more selfish and more entitled.
Young people are on Estrogen Avenue and testosterone Boulevard.
Seldom can testosterone and pedantry have come together in an American political debate in such electrifying marriage.
Many of the unhealthy things we eat today have been found to cause a drop in testosterone, the essential male hormone.
"We've managed to get some testosterone from a blond homunculus," he reported.
testosterone tes·tos·ter·one (těs-tŏs'tə-rōn')
A steroid hormone and the most potent naturally occurring androgen that is formed by the interstitial cells of the testes, and possibly by the ovary and adrenal cortex, may be produced in nonglandular tissues from precursors such as androstenedione, and is used in the treatment of hypogonadism, cryptorchism, carcinomas, and menorrhagia.
A steroid hormone that is the most potent naturally occurring androgen and that regulates the development of the male reproductive system and male secondary sex characteristics. Testosterone is produced mainly in the testes and is also used as a drug in the treatment of certain medical disorders. Chemical formula: C19H28O2.