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How Much Can We Blame Testosterone for Men's Many, Many, Many Faults?

For men, testosterone appears to be somewhat of a double-edged sword. Below-average quantities of the male sex hormone can lead to erectile dysfunction, low fertility, fatigue, and depression. Extremely high levels of testosterone are commonly associated with rage and aggression. And, although normal testosterone levels are necessary for the healthy development of men's physical traits, studies insist that the hormone is linked to a host of negative social behaviors.

Most recently, researchers at the University of Connecticut found that men are less likely to talk after sex—and testosterone is to blame. The study, published in the Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, asked…

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