Mens HealthInfo Center

Breakfast-Skippers Beware
There may be more good reasons to call breakfast the most important meal of the day. The morning meal may make a big difference when it comes to heart health.
A Coffee Cancer Connection?
Coffee is rich in antioxidants, which can help fight cancer and protect against aging. A new study showed this may not be the case with prostate cancer.
Prostate Cancer Therapy May Cause Kidney Trouble
Medications that have been used to treat advanced prostate cancers are now sometimes used to treat patients with earlier stages of the disease. A new study demonstrated that this practice may have some significant side effects.
A Racing Heart Can Slow a Man's Love Life
When we see the apple of our eye, hearts start to race. But when it's time to get intimate in bed, a constantly racing heart might mean trouble for a man.
Rx to Stop Heart Disease Before it Starts
Preventing heart disease can be easier and less expensive than treating it. For people with high cholesterol, there are ways to prevent heart disease and keep those tickers healthy for years.
Cancer Risks May Be Fishy
Omega-3 fatty acids found in fatty fish and fish oil supplements have been praised for their health benefits. Now, these benefits are being called into question.
Soy Didn't Destroy Prostate Cancer
Some research has suggested that there may be a relationship between high soy consumption and a lower prostate cancer risk. New research put this to the test in a clinical trial. 
Cancer Screens: Agreeing to Disagree
For years, people have been told that cancer screenings save lives. Recently, though, some organizations have said that some cancer screenings may be more harmful than helpful.
Very Low-Risk Cancer Not Black & White
Recently, men have been told to consider carefully watching instead of immediately treating prostate cancer. These recommendations reflect the fact that, in many men, prostate cancer is slow growing and may never cause a problem.
Eating Away Prostate Cancer
Once a person is diagnosed with cancer, can diet and exercise make a difference? You bet! Lifestyle is hugely important to keep cancer from progressing or returning.