Ladies, we know how hard it is to get most men to go to the doctor, right? But there are some things we can do to help the men in our lives! Brothers take notes as well! New research suggests that a little weight training may go a long way toward helping improve the heart […]
from: blackdoctor.org Always tired? Feel like you’re running on empty? Well, join the club, as an increasing numbers of us are suffering from constant fatigue. For all ages, balancing home, work or children can be tiring and deplete energy levels. This is especially so as we age. Food sources such as sugar and caffeine may give […]
Some inheritances are a curse. I don’t mean your grandmother’s cabinet of porcelain fawns, nor your uncle’s portfolio of watercolor still lifes, nor the 40 years of Model Railroader magazines stowed in the rafters of your dad’s garage. Worse than any of these is the hand-me-down that could be hiding in your genes. No one wants to wind up with the family’s hereditary disease.
Research shows that there is an increased risk of dying from cardiovascular disease among men with erectile dysfunction and low testosterone levels.
Maybe your right eye starts twitching when you glimpse your disappearing 'do in the mirror. Or perhaps you fling sofa pillows across the room every time your team blows yet another 20-point lead. This isn't mere annoyance rearing its head—it's bona fide stress, and proof that real anxiety can spring from far more than relationship angst, finances, and work.
The smartest plan for attacking a heart attack is, of course, preventing one from ever happening. Choose three of the following strategies and make them a habit. The closer to the beginning of the list, the more you reduce your risk of heart disease.
Studies suggest that men just do not go to the doctor. Your health should never take a back seat. Check out this list of medical tests that all men should have.
Testicular cancer is becoming more and more common these days, know the signs to look out for! Check out this Mens Health feature video that let's you know the signs to look out for.
A new study has found that gum disease can raise the risk of cancer in men.
Studies have found that injections of the male hormone testosterone increase blood pumping ability and heart muscle strength in men.
According to Health.Com two studies have indicated that drinking a little more coffee and running an extra mile can reduce a man's risk of prostate cancer.
On average men have more bone density than women, but they do suffer from natural bone loss and mass as they age. Some men do develop osteoporosis, check out the causes of osteoporosis in men here.