A headline in The Wall Street Journal read: "Men are new target for osteoporosis treatment." And that really hit the nail on the head, because turning men into a "target" is exact...Read More
The male body can encounter some unique disorders you should look out for that won’t be shared with women. These commonly involve, but are not limited to, the male reproductive organs and the prostate.
At many stages in their lives, men will encounter problems with getting and maintaining an erection. This could be as a result of any number of things, from underlying cardiovascular disease, hormone levels or the interaction of medication. Uncover how you can rid yourself of those annoying bedroom woes by learning about which foods can boost your libido and which supplements could help you maintain potency, without the harmful side effects of Viagra and co.
The prostate is a walnut-sized gland that sits between the bladder and the penis, with the urethra running through its centre. The prostate is responsible for secreting a thick, white fluid that mixes with sperm from the testicles to produce semen. Cancer of the prostate is the most common form of cancer in men, occurring in approximately 47,000 new cases per year. The exact causes are unknown, but chances of developing the disease increase with age, with most cases occurring in the over 50s. Symptoms too are hard to spot, though commonly the swelling of the gland will impact urine passing down the urethra. Prostate cancer today has a positive prognosis, with many useful tricks at your disposal to help combat the disease.
At the Daily Health you’ve got the perfect learning tool you need to face the health concerns that all men face at some stage of their lives. You will be armed with all the information you need to understand – and even delay or combat – some of the most distressing men’s health concerns, without the need to take harmful drugs. Find answers to how to protect your prostate, combat declining testosterone levels and improving your performance in the bedroom.
If you’ve not thought about it yet, now is the time to focus on these men’s health concerns so that you can stay fit and healthy (on all levels) well into your old age.
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When I read the headline "Statins improve erectile dysfunction symptoms", I laughed out loud... and then I thought: Oh please... what a load of hogwash! Over the years, cholestero...Read More
In the past few weeks, we've highlighted the importance of getting a good night's sleep. The gist of it all is to fine-tune your sleep pattern to your internal body clock or circad...Read More
Men are often diagnosed with BPH (enlarged prostate) before they even experience any symptoms, which is the perfect time to stop it from getting any worse - using an ounce of preve...Read More