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The gel is a mixture of synthetic versions of progesterone and testosterone, according to Science Alert.
The paper said that Mitchell and Wagner offered to provide and administer testosterone and human growth hormone to an actor in training for a film about athletics.
Sue, a clinical assistant professor in family medicine from the Memorial University of Newfoundland, told the Guardian that the higher testosterone levels in men might be behind the phenomenon because of possible effects on the immune system.
The additional testosterone works to keep hormones balanced in the rest of the body, Science Alert says.
So gay men are particularly vulnerable to drowning, or at least getting swept up, in the undertow of testosterone.
As with brain function and sleep, testosterone was shown by one recent study to decrease after fathering a child, although science can't exactly say why.
The ratio of the hormones testosterone to cortisol acts as a good indicator of stress and recovery.
Replacing Sean Spicer with Anthony Scaramucci, for example, substituted one brand of testosterone with another, as did switching out Reince Priebus for retired Gen. John Kelly.
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First Known Use: 1935See Words from the same year
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