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
September 30, 2014
‘Forever grateful to Northern’
Nebraska men’s basketball coach Tim Miles, left, will receive the Jim Kretchman Coaching Award this Friday as part of the Northern State Athletics Hall of Fame banquet. The Doland native and former NSU assistant men’s basketball coach led the Huskers to the NCAA tournament last season. The Huskers return their top three scorers, including Terran Petteway (5). Nebraska Media Relations Photo by Scott Bruhn
September 30, 2014
By Robert Preidt, HealthDay Reporter
TUESDAY, Sept. 30, 2014 (HealthDay News) — In books and movies, plots involving older men chasing much younger women abound.
Now, new research suggests that the stereotype may be grounded in fact.
In the study, psychologists looked at data on more than 12,000 people from Finland.
The researchers, led by Jan Antfolk of Abo Akademi in Turku, Finland, found that women typically preferred men who were the same age or somewhat older,...
September 30, 2014
By Anne Miller for Life by DailyBurn
Sugar is bad—we get it. But are artificial sweeteners any better? Found in tons of foods, these zero-calorie sugar substitutes have taken the U.S. market by storm.
“They are in everything. Drinks, snacks and desserts. Start reading food labels and you’ll be surprised how integrated into our food supply they are,” says Dr. Mike Roussell, Ph.D., a nutritionist and author who serves as an adviser to Men’s Health magazine.
Yet, some new studies indicate...