Atlantic has published an article by Olga Khazan about the rising mortality rate among white Americans.
According to a recent study there are over 1000 exercise apps for mobile devices on the market. Here are four favorites.
Unless you are a personal fitness trainer, you may doing some fundamental exercises wrong.
Dana Wechsler Linden, a reporter for The Wall Street Journal, has published an article about the potential reasons men have such a hard time aging.
According to neuroscientist Tim Newman, in his recent article Exercise and Infertility, staying active makes a huge difference for couples trying to conceive. Newman reports on the findings of a study published in the scientific journal Reproduction. Scientists gathered a total of 261 men aged 25-40 years old. None of the men in the groups…
When someone is diagnosed with cancer, regardless of how treatable it may be, they experience intense emotions. Even the calmest of men can find themselves in a pool of anxiety. The consequences of that distress recently became the basis of a study done by Heather Orom of the University at Buffalo. It was published in…
By age 50, half of all men of European origin will experience male-pattern baldness.
Over 100 million Americans —1 out of 3 people — live with chronic pain.
NPR has reported on the findings of five studies just released regarding the risks and benefits of testosterone replacement.
Only about half of men surveyed recall the last time they went to the doctor for a checkup.
Matthew Solan, Executive Editor at Harvard Men’s Health Watch, has written a guide to the importance of Vitamin B-12.
Constant negativity can impact happiness, increase our stress and damage our health. If you relate to that, read The Year of Conquering Negative Thinking. The recent New York Times Op-Ed piece has several recommendations for changing how you focus on negative thoughts. You can learn to change how you think in part by accepting your…