Aging men by the millions are finding themselves soft where they would prefer to be firm and dull when they really need to be sharp. And although the Food and Drug Administration doesn’t exactly approve of it, a growing number of men have come to believe that hormone therapy is the answer. The July 2 issue of the Annals of Pharmacotherapy featured a review of Medicare-patient records in which more than 6,000 testosterone users were compared with some 19,000 similar men who were not on T therapy. A team led by Jacques Baillargeon of UTMB found no elevated risk of heart attack.