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testosterone gel can help some men get back a little of their loving feelings, and helps them feel better in general, according to. a new study published wednesday
the effects are modest, and men didn’t objectively get any more vitality, although they felt like they did, the government-funded study found
it’s the first study in years to show any benefit for testosterone therapy
the food and drug administration has previously warned against over-promotion and. overuse of testosterone replacement products, saying they can raise the risk of heart disease
“this was the first time that a trial demonstrated that testosterone treatment of men over 65 who have low testosterone would benefit them in any way,” said dr
peter snyder of the university of pennsylvania, who helped lead the study team
“the trial showed that testosterone treatment of these men improved their sexual function, their mood, and reduced depressive symptoms—and perhaps also improved walking
related: testosterone replacement can raise blood clot risk
the fda does not approve the use of testosterone to treat the

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that in many cases, tweaks and careful tuning are sometimes required for specific titles
it’s not a question of whether there are any good emulators, but whether there are any good emulators that would offer a “just works” style solution for the console when running on the same type of hardware that typified nintendo’s nes and snes classic
that platform is a quad-core cortex-a7 with an arm mali 400mp2 for a gpu
given how anemic this is, it’s not hard to believe that an n64 might need more firepower to emulate properly
with just 512mb of storage onboard the snes and nes classic, it’s also possible that nintendo balked at building the more expansive storage requirements it would need to offer
either way, once stocks are exhausted, the switch will be nintendo’s one-stop shop for retro gaming
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nintendo's first premium online subscription service is here
reviewby mike williams, 09/19/2018
nintendo has always marched to the beat of its own drum
even when it offers services and features similar to its competition, the company always does it in a unique way
that’s a double-edged sword, because it can lead to some delightful concepts, like miiverse, but it can also miss key features here and there
in terms on online services, nintendo is playing catch-up again
last night, the company turned the key on nintendo switch online, switching online play over to a paid service like xbox live gold and playstation plus
as an enticement for your monthly or annual fee, nintendo is also throwing in a few freebies
paramount here is a collection of classic nintendo entertainment system titles that nintendo is looking to grow for the life of nintendo switch online
it’s virtual console again, but with the addition of online multiplayer
so is nintendo switch online worth it? let’s dive in
one big winner of the service is actually outside of its offerings: the subscription fee
for an individual membership, you’re looking at $3
99 for three months, and $19
a family membership, which can be shared across a total of eight nintendo accounts, is only $34
when compared to xbox live and playstation network, both of which are $59
99, that feels like a steal
in terms of overall features there’s not much to talk about
you get online play, which switch owners already had for free, but is now behind the subscription paywall
the much-needed cloud save option is live on the service, letting you backup many of your save files in case you lose or damage your system
you can chat with friends via the switch online mobile app
and the ringer is the growing collection of nes games
since the system didn’t launch with a paid, unified online service, some games handle it on their own instead of going through the nintendo account system
this means online play can vary from game to game, which isn’t the best experience
xbox live and playstation network have the benefit of longevity; they’ve evolved over several generations and been with their current generation systems since launch
i’ve previously talked about the switch online app with a focus on the voice chat option
it’s not particularly elegant in terms of setup, requires the use of your smartphone instead of being built into the system, and isn’t particularly better than other similar mobile apps like discord
all told, the online play here isn’t better than what the system launched with, leaving some to wonder why nintendo waited 18 months for release
the cloud save option is my personal hook
up until now, your save files have lived on the switch itself; there was no way to transfer them anywhere else for safe keeping, except to an entirely new system
i travel a decent amount and i’ve long worried that i was going to lose or damage my switch, thus losing everything i’ve done so far in games like the legend of zelda: breath of the wild and mario kart 8 deluxe
with cloud saves, you can finally upload your save files to nintendo’s servers, protecting them from anything that can happen to your console
certain titles do not support save data backup
on my switch, that list of games only includes splatoon 2 and minecraft: nintendo switch edition
(dead cells, which was previously reported as not supporting cloud saves, can in fact be backed up
) this means the problem hasn’t hit me too hard yet and it might end up being less of an issue overall
nintendo says it’s to prevent players from reverting back to old saves to regain items or revert their online ranking, but this isn’t a problem

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