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LeBron James Brings Male Pattern Baldness to the Court of Public Discourse - The NBA playoffs are flying high, with LeBron James at the forefront of the Miami Heat for the Eastern Conference. It’s not his skills that seem to be getting the attention, however, with many around the league commenting on his fast-disappearing hairline. The internet fodder has stretched from Charles Barkley to Dwight Howard, as well as a veritable Twitter explosion. (Image courtesy of Wikimmedia) #MensHealth

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Military Working Dogs: More Than a Man's Best Friend - One thing we know all too well these days is that post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD, is all around us. As we honor and remember our fallen military personnel this Memorial Day, one can’t help but think about the state of a service man or service woman’s state of mind in this age of war and loss ...

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Eating Disorders and Men: Who is at Risk the Most? While anorexia and other eating disorders are traditionally thought of as a “female condition,” men suffer as well. Perhaps, in ways, a man’s struggle with anorexia is even more debilitating because it is less accepted in the seemingly “male-dominated” society we live in ...

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One Powerful Natural Solution for Both Your Heart and Your Sex Life! Good news for everyone living with heart disease: an amino acid called L– arginine has been found to be a powerful player in heart health. For those who have multiple risk factors for heart disease, this is especially good news ...

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Men, Health and the Internet – Part 3 - If you’re curious about what men are actually doing while surfing the Internet for hours at a time, it’s probably not what you may think. While they may be engaged in online poker part of the time, a recent study revealed they’re taking steps to safeguard their health ...

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Does Being a Father Make You Less of a Man? What the Latest Research Has to Say - The phrase “a mother's instinct” has been used to explain how new mothers seem to instinctively know how to carry for their newborn babies. But now a new study from Northwestern University offers strong evidence that men are biologically wired to care for their infants as well ...

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Testosterone as a Quick Fix? Why Being a Man is Clouding our Judgment - As men age, we tend to lose some of the things that we think make us men in the first place. You might be a little too lethargic to play flag football, you might gain a few extra pounds extra quickly after that milkshake, and you might be a little limp… in an important area. But that doesn’t mean you’re in desperate need of a Testosterone smoothie; it probably just means you’re aging gracefully ...

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Life In The 21st Century: Is Emerging Technology Affecting Male Fertility? There’s no doubt that a modern Western lifestyle can be hazardous to your health. A poor diet and sedentary life leads to obesity and a whole host of other problems. However there is new evidence that the Western way of life, which includes the fruits of advancing technology, may lead to a growing problem in men: namely low fertility ...

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What Are Men Searching For On The Internet? The Answer May Surprise You - When it comes to speculating what topics men find of interest on the Internet, it's natural for gender bias to come into play. While you may think they're looking for electronic gadgets, fast cars, or various forms of entertainment, they're also spending quality time searching for health advice. This is Part 1 of a three part series on what men want to know about their health ...

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A Controversial Decision: Panel Recommends No PSA Exams for Healthy Men - If you’re a male, there’s a huge chance that at one point in your life you’ve heard of the importance of the PSA test. Whether it was from your doctor, your father, or some news report, you’ve likely been exposed to some sort of information about this screening for prostate cancer ...

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