Items Tagged ‘Men’s Health’

September 19, 2016

Ovarian and Prostate Cancer Awareness Month

By Ali Skahan Ali Skahan

Awareness and early detection can be a lifesaver. As part of Ovarian Cancer and Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, join your family, friends and loved ones to be proactive about protecting each other. Working together to get checked regularly could save your life.

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Tags: Cancer, Men's Health, Women's Health


June 22, 2016

Your ED Could Signal Other Issues

By Ali Skahan Ali Skahan

Alright guys, we know erectile dysfunction is far from a favorite topic of discussion, but as Men’s Health Awareness Month continues, it’s important to know that this condition could be a warning sign of other issues like diabetes, stroke and heart disease. Next time you speak to your doctor, man up and ask about ED. […]

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June 16, 2016

The 5 Most Common Killers of Young American Men (and How to Avoid Them)

By Kelsey Mohring Kelsey Mohring

In honor of #MensHealthWeek, our own Dr. Asp helped Men’s Fitness identify the top 5 killers of men ages 15-34 and provide suggestions on how to avoid them. Some are obvious but others may shock you! Check out the list here.

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June 13, 2016

Give dad a new outlook on life for Father’s Day

By Ali Skahan Ali Skahan

Lots of Dads get a new tie for Father’s Day but in 2010 Clint Frederick received the best gift he could have asked for – a new heart! Read about this story here. This June is also Men’s Health Month, celebrate the men in your life by wearing denim on Wear Blue Friday – June […]

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Tags: Heart & Blood Health, Men's Health, Transplants


May 17, 2016

Do you drink too much?

By Kelsey Mohring Kelsey Mohring

The summer is often the time for full coolers and popping the top on your favorite beer, but it’s always best not to go overboard. Men’s Health shared this quiz to help you see if you might be indulging a bit too much. Dr. Terry Schneekloth, an addiction expert at Mayo Clinic says, “Even if you […]

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April 12, 2016

Men’s health: Prevent the top threats

By Kelsey Mohring Kelsey Mohring

The list of major threats to men’s health is surprisingly short and many of them are preventable! Mayo Clinic suggests a few simple steps to living a longer, healthier life: check your lifestyle (smoking, exercise, diet, stress, etc.), man up and don’t avoid the doctor, drive safely and wear a seat belt. Learn more here.

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March 14, 2016

How To Increase Chances of Pregnancy: 5 Tips To Improve Sperm Quality

By Tameka Davis Tameka Davis

If you’re trying to get pregnant, one of the biggest factors is the sperm quality of dad-to-be. Mayo Clinic has 5 tips to help you learn what to do and what to avoid in order to increase your chances of pregnancy.

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November 4, 2015

Vitamin D supplements can increase exercise performance

By Rebecca McRoberts Rebecca McRoberts

It’s been proven to increase exercise performance, ward off colds and lower your risk of heart disease and we bet you’re not getting enough of it. What is this magical substance? Vitamin D! But it can be tough to get the amount of Vitamin D Mayo Clinic recommends from food alone—and that’s why some doctors are […]

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Tags: Healthy Living, Men's Health


October 2, 2015

It’s More Than Just Peeing At Night

By SMHNadmin SMHNadmin

Prostate cancer affects 1 in 7 men, but many don’t recognize the signs. Talk to your doctor if you have trouble urinating, blood in the semen, discomfort in the pelvic area, bone pain or erectile dysfunction. Learn more about the symptoms of prostate cancer. #prostatecancer

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October 1, 2015

Scientists identify potential birth control “pill” for men

By SMHNadmin SMHNadmin

Birth control for men? Scientists have identified two drugs that may have a future as a birth control pill for men.

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Tags: Men's Health