Testosterone Pellet Surgery Example (TRT Procedure)

Subscribe: https:// Testosterone is an important hormone. It can boost libido, increase muscle mass, sharpen memory, and bump up energy. Most men lose testosterone with age. A reported 20 to 40 percent of older men have a medical condition called hypogonadism and need testosterone replacement therapy (TRT). But there are drawbacks to TRT, including the potential for heart disease, high red blood cell count, sleep apnea, acne, low sperm count, enlarged breasts, and testicle shrinkage. Successful TRT involves getting just the right dose, by the right delivery method, for your individual needs. There are patches, creams, injections, and testosterone pellets—your doctor can discuss these options with you. For delivering

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Kaepernick collaboration boosts Nike sales | Money Talks

Colin Kaepernick has sparked intense debate for the past two years, since the former American football quarterback started kneeling at games to protest against police brutality. He has also been criticised by the US President Donald Trump. But this month, he appeared in an ad for sportswear giant Nike. That led to boycotts of the company’s products. But a spike in Nike’s sales since the ads were aired shows many consumers approve their message. We speak to Caroline Woods in New York. #Kaepernick #Nike

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Former Trump advisers face prison sentences | Money Talks

Bank and tax fraud, and campaign finance violations for two of Donald Trump’s former advisers. One of them pleaded guilty to the crimes, and the other was convicted. It’s a double-blow on what many are saying was President Trump’s darkest hour. His legal troubles are mounting ahead of crucial congressional elections in November, as Laila Humairah reports. And for more on the story, we speak to Chris Roebuck, visiting professor of transformational leadership at Cass Business School, and TRT World’s Editor-at-large Craig Copetas. Subscribe: Livestream: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: Visit our website:

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LIVE: Watch TRT World

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Ethiopia Gaming: First 3D game for mobiles developed in country

Game developers in Ethiopia have produced the country’s first 3D game for mobile devices. And as Coletta Wanjohi in Addis Ababa reports, it has other developers clucking about a new revenue stream. Subscribe: Livestream: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: Visit our website:

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EU leaders meet to discuss migration policies | Money Talks

European stock markets breathed a sigh of relief on Friday after EU leaders finally reached an agreement on migration after marathon talks in Brussels. The euro also enjoyed a much-needed rally, but some traders fear it’ll be short-lived because of the deep divisions that still exist over the politically-charged issue. The deal thrashed-out at the 11th hour seeks to establish a new EU migration strategy, with plans for voluntary processing centres and promises to strengthen Europe’s borders. Simon McGregor-Wood reports. We speak to Kevin Ozebek in Brussels for more. Subscribe: Livestream: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: Visit our website:

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US cable giant Comcast threatens Murdoch’s Sky bid | Money Talks

Rupert Murdoch’s 21st Century Fox has long been trying to buy the 61% of British broadcaster Sky it doesn’t already own. But now, a powerful challenger from the US has made a sky-high offer. And that could damage Murdoch’s plans to consolidate his media empire across Europe and the US. Liz Maddock explains and Jasper Lawler, Senior Market Analyst at trading firm London Capital Group, joins us from London. Subscribe: Livestream: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: Visit our website:

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Russia 2018: Hosts Russia to take on Spain in knockout stage

France and Uruguay are into the World Cup quarter-finals and soon we will know who will be joining them. Russia take on 2010 champions Spain in Moscow on Sunday, and as Lance Santos reports, the score may be closer than we think. Subscribe: Livestream: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: Visit our website:

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England v Colombia: World Cup preview

England face Colombia in Moscow on Tuesday for a place in the quarter-finals of the World Cup. England have won the tournament once before, as hosts in 1966. They’re now the only previous winners in their half of the draw. Paul Scott looks ahead. Beyond The Game is a five times a week show that tells you everything you need to know about your favourite sports. We’ll be at the biggest events bringing you exclusive features and the best interviews. It is your one stop shop for sport, Monday to Friday at 2030 GMT. Beyond The Game: Subscribe: Livestream: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: Visit our website:

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Money Talks: Turkey’s new law against counterfeit products

The Turkish parliament has passed a law against producing and selling counterfeit products. It includes prison terms for violators, and is expected to affect an industry worth $10 billion. The government defends the new law as a means for creating more Turkish brands, however critics argue it will lead to job losses. Money Talks interviews sellers of fake hand bags and other counterfeit products as well as Kemal Yamankaradeniz , a lawyer who specializes in patents and intellectual property. Subscribe: https:// Livestream: Facebook: https:// Twitter: https://twitter.com/TRTWorld Visit our website:

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