Men's Health

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9 Questions About Your Prostate Answered

There is no conclusive evidence that men can prevent prostate cancer but a lot of research is being done to look at diet and physical activity as well as supplementation (for example, with vitamins). The most important thing you can do is yearly screening with a PSA test and DRE after age 50; because although we may not know the most effective ways to prevent prostate cancer now, we know that early detection is key...
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Men Need to Focus on Health Instead of Six-Packs

Men, it is our week to wake up! We are unhealthy, we have been denying it, and putting it off. Now is the time to stop, take notice, and make changes. There was a study commissioned by the Canadian Men's Health Foundation to understand the economic impact of poor health choices among Canadian men. If these numbers do not fill you with a deep desire to make some changes, I do not know what will.
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Why We Need to Talk About Caitlyn Jenner

It's a wonderful day to celebrate trans folks. With that said, I think it's very important that this start a conversation around differing narratives of trans lives and how Caitlyn's story, although wonderful and to be celebrated, is one of privilege. Privilege, that unfortunately 99.9 per cent of the trans community does not have access to.
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You Don't Have to Suffer From Sleep Disorders

How many of you are aware of what you do when you sleep? Do your partners tell you that you snore or stop breathing? Snoring and sleep apnea are types of sleep disturbances that prevent a sufficient amount of oxygen to the brain and can result in chronic fatigue, depression, irritability, and daytime sleepiness.
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Why Your Husband Should Get a Vasectomy

Men, just remember that a vasectomy won't stop you from pitching a tent. It simply means that when the volcano erupts, the lava won't flow and the villagers won't have to run for their lives. Why not man up and undergo a routine procedure that you won't even feel or remember, one that's along the lines of your circumcision (if you had one, and if you didn't, then along the lines of your first routine infant vaccination)?
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We Don't Need "Excuses" for How We Look

"We Don't Need An Excuse" is not about attacking Maria Kang. It goes well beyond her and focuses on the "No Excuses" movement. It's about realizing that we all walk different paths and have different challenges. We are all worthy and we are all valid. No one needs to give any excuses. I think that's the inspiration I'd like to get on board with.
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Five Things Grown Men Should Never Wear

I saw someone wearing parachute pants the other day. It reminded me that clothing and fashion goes out of style and then comes back in again. Yet there remains several fashion choices that need to forever say in the "DO NOT RESUSCITATE" category. What follows are five things you won't see me wearing...and that no grown man should be wearing.
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Five Things Every Grown Up Man Should Do

Ah, men. It's so hard to be us, isn't it? We are expected to be sensitive and, at the same time, masculine as all heck. What's a man to do? Well, in this day in age, there are several things men need to be doing that many are sadly avoiding. Here's five things men need to do.
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Are You An Adventure Traveller?

(Relaxnews) - Does the latest issue of National Geographic sit atop your coffee table? Are you a single and young-ish nature lover who makes regular stops at outdoor retailer Timberland? Odds are you...
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The Ultimate Manly Accessory? A Moustache!

The world-wide yearly event Movember, where men are encouraged to grow moustaches to raise funds and awareness for men's health, happens around the globe every November. It brought my attention again to this unique thing that men can do and women (well, most women anyways) can't. I became curious to explore the reasons why men grow facial hair, and whether or not women are actually attracted to it.