Light Up Your Hormones

Brierly, Dean; Carlson, Mike; Kallen, Ben; Kalmansohn, David; Lee, Bobby; Nishi, Dennis; Kindela, Jerry; Thorpe, Mark; Weede, Tom
August 2003
Men's Fitness;Aug2003, Vol. 19 Issue 8, p40
Focuses on research conducted by the University of California in San Diego which revealed that amounts of luteinizing hormone of men increased when exposed to light. Information on the subjects of the research; Effects of the increase in testosterone on men; Plan of physician Daniel F. Kripke for the experiment.


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