Mens HealthInfo Center
No Herbal Remedy at All
It's been touted for years as an herbal supplement for improving overall prostate health. A new study shows that men have been wasting their money on saw palmetto.
Calling for New Vitamin D Recommendations
Being deficient in vitamin D is associated with a host of diseases. Because of its important, researchers think it's time to tailor the recommendations for achieving optimum levels of this essential vitamin.
Healthy Activities Pay Dividends
Healthy people tend to make health a priority in their lives. So those who engage in health promoting activities tend to be healthier. That's what a new analysis has found.
Tribal Running Takes on New Strides
Occasionally, an athlete chooses to take on the track with nude feet. Barefoot running clubs are springing up all over the country. Whether this is advantageous or not is a point to debate for podiatrists.
Fatty Heart is Bad News
When it comes to your body, most types of fat have negative implications. Fat around the heart is no different. It may cause heart disease even in healthy individuals, especially in men.
Sexy Rx: Lose Weight
Men with diabetes 2 can have co-existing conditions, including erectile dysfunction (ED). While ED can be treated with drugs like Viagra, Cialis and Levitra, weight loss may also work.
Baldness Treatments Linked to Male Breast Cancer
According to Health Canada, the Canadian equivalent of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), a popular treatment for baldness has been associated with male breast cancer.
A New Right Next Step
When a man has an elevated PSA (prostate specific antigen) level, the next step is often a biopsy to see if it's cancer. That step may soon be supplemented or replaced with a urine test.
New Dosing for Extra Strength Tylenol
McNeil Consumer Healthcare is lowering the maximum dosage of its Extra Strength Tylenol, which contains acetaminophen. The daily maximum dose is being lowered from 4,000 to 3,000 mg per day.
Turn That Frown Upside Down
Who doesn't experience that furrow in the brow line gained by reading too much and worrying about children making their own mistakes? Well, worry and furrow away.