Researchers have discovered how a high fat diet contributes to prostate disease and cancer.
Being an expectant mother is easy to spot, after all – you are the one with the tell-tale baby bump and the ever-growing hips (among other body parts).
Why not encourage dad to be healthier by putting a Mediterranean twist on your Father’s Day cookout? Tell Dad you love him while serving him healthy food.
The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Advisory Committee on Blood Safety and Availability
Findings from a large study show that men who undergo surgery for enlarged prostate gland fare better than those treated with drugs.
Men who take aspirin, ibuprofen, or acetaminophen regularly are at increased risk of hearing loss.
Snacks are a big part of the Super Bowl experience, and since the audience is more than 50 percent male, these snack ideas are targeted for men and prostate health, although women can enjoy these S
Low vitamin D levels are now found to be linked to sex hormones that can affect bone, and heart health in men.
The Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) joins the Men’s Health Network in celebrating National Men’s Health Week June 15-21 to call attention to the importance of men’s health. Men tend to die about six years younger than women, but by having certain screening tests, taking preventive medicine if needed, and practicing healthy behaviors, men can live longer, healthier lives.
Yesterday, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced the requirement of boxed warnings to topical testosterone gel products due to safety concerns. The two prescription topical testosterone gel products, AndroGel 1% and Testim 1%, have bee connected to adverse effects in children who were inadvertently exposed to testosterone through contact with another person being treated with these products (secondary exposure).
If you have ever felt you have to compete with your husband’s Wii for attention, you’re not alone. A recent study shows that one in three men would rather play video games than have sex with their partner. The study, reported in the U.K. newspaper The Sun, was conducted by the Specialist PlayStation3 site PS3pricecompare.co.uk and surveyed 1,130 British men.
The lifetime ban on blood donations from men who have sex with men was put in place in the 1980s when little was known about HIV. But is this ban still justified? Experts debate the issue on bmj.com today.
Jay Brooks, Professor of Pathology at the University of Texas believes that the ban should remain because the risk of transmission of infection is too great. He argues that the right of recipients to receive safe blood should trump the asserted rights of donors to give blood.