While women's health topics seem to monopolize conversation at the water cooler, more men are discovering the importance of understanding their health issues.
It used to be considered an act of weakness to discuss such personal topics as prostate health, heart disease, obesity, diabetes, coronary artery disease, or stroke. Men, by nature, are typically less open with respect to their personal health.
Yet discussing topics of health that pertain to them with other men might be the ...
Men are becoming more health-conscious | Gustafson
According to Men's Health Magazine, Boise, Idaho, is the new place to be for men who look for health, happiness and quality of life.
The magazine conducts regular surveys on health issues and, among other criteria, points out geographical differences.
Other advantageous places in the United States are San Francisco and San Jose. All three cities scored high marks for physical and mental health for a number of reasons, including low crime rates and relatively short commuting ...
Mens Health Books
January 7, 2013
Clinical Men’s Health: Evidence in Practice, 1e
Here’s the first evidence-based guide to focus solely on the various health conditions that unequally affect men. This text provides a biopsychosocial approach to diseases and disorders of male patients from birth through infanthood, childhood, and adolescence, and from early through late adulthood. Replete with current evidence-based guidelines...
January 6, 2013
Penis Power: The Ultimate Guide to Male Sexual Health
In this revolutionary guide to male sexual potency, urological surgeon Dr. Dudley S. Danoff talks candidly to men and their partners about the topics they are often too embarrassed to discuss with their doctors. Dr. Danoff debunks common myths about male sexual anatomy, including questions about penis size, stamina, and libido. Drawing upon case...
January 5, 2013
The Prostrate Dilemma: The Devil if you Do and the Devil if you Don’t (aka The PSA Shuffle) (Steve’s Health Before Wealth!)
An essay on the awful Prostrate Cancer Dilemma. Yes, it’s the Devil if you Do and the Devil if you Don’t.
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Mens Health Articles
April 24, 2014
BOSTON — Meb Keflezighi fled the East African nation of Eritrea as a 12-year-old boy, coming to the United States to escape war and poverty. Tatyana McFadden was 6 and sickly when an American woman adopted her from a Russian orphanage.
They are now U.S. citizens, and Boston Marathon champions.
“Don’t they really capture what the American dream is all about?” Boston Athletic Association president Joann Flaminio said on Tuesday. “It’s about coming to this country to make a better life...
April 24, 2014
The Benchwarmer: Are students athlete or employee?
BY KRISTINA SEWELL
Student-athlete—not so long ago, I once defined myself as such. It is a title that demands being able to successfully operate in two worlds, one that requires just as much work as the other. As the saying goes, we were always told to “be students first and athletes second.”
But I can decidedly say from personal experience that it’s a position that’s tough to maintain. Balancing a full load of college courses with practices,...
April 24, 2014
COUNTRY MUSIC — the old country music, at least — delivers lines that Shakespeare would envy.
Take Randy Travis, whose silky, baritone voice filled country music charts in the late 1980s. In his most famous song, he swears that his love will last to infinity. Or in other words: “As long as old men sit and talk about the weather, as long as old women sit and talk about old men.”
Fast forward some 25 years, and Manchester has a place for old men to sit and talk about the weather. And...