1. Couvade Syndrome: Pregnancy Symptoms in Men

    Believe it or not, though only women become pregnant, both men and women can experience symptoms of pregnancy. Couvade syndrome, or sympathetic pregnancy, describes when a man begins to experience pregnancy symptoms alongside his pregnant partner. While it isn’t necessarily considered a health condition in the medical community, it is an interesting phenomenon that many men experience when their…Read More

  2. Is It Really Healthier to Be Gluten Free?

    The gluten-free diet has recently become extremely popular. When you walk the aisles of the grocery store today, more and more, you see foods labelled “gluten-free.” While this is great news for those who cannot consume gluten for health reasons, many people who are buying these products do not have a health condition like celiac disease. Many people have misconceptions about eating gluten fre…Read More

  3. All About Senior Sex

    Many people are under the impression that as you get older, you can’t have an active sex life, but this simply isn’t true. Yes, sex is different in your 70s than it was in your 20s, but that doesn’t mean it can’t be satisfying. Many people enjoy satisfying sex well into their 80s, 90s, and beyond. A healthy sex life has a positive impact on your relationship, your self-esteem, and even you…Read More

  4. More Common Challenges to Your Fitness Routine

    We all know that we should be exercising regularly, but that doesn’t necessarily mean we do it. There are many common challenges to establishing a regular fitness routine, as we began going over in our previous blog. In this blog, we will continue with some common challenges, and give some possible solutions to help you prioritize exercise. I feel self-conscious working out Many people find them…Read More

  5. Common Challenges to Your Fitness Routine

    By now, you are well-aware that exercise is crucial to your physical and mental health. Not only does exercise help you maintain a healthy weight, it can fight against disease, improve your mood, give you energy, help you sleep, and can be quite fun! However, despite how well you know this, it’s still challenging for many of us to stick to a fitness routine. There are plenty of obstacles that ca…Read More

  6. Reducing Your Risk of Cancer

    Every year, cancer is responsible for around two million deaths. It is the second leading cause of death in developed countries, and the number one cause of death in underdeveloped countries. Due to the severity and prevalence of cancer, it’s crucial to educate yourself on what you can do to prevent it. While science is still working on discovering all the different ways we can prevent cancer, t…Read More

  7. Preventing Teen Depression

    Teens have a variety of health concerns that, while not strictly unique to them, affect them in a unique way. One example is depression. While adults and teens alike can become depressed, because teens do not have the life experience or independence of adults, depression can feel particularly overwhelming. They may not realize they are depressed if they have not been exposed to it before, and they…Read More

  8. 6 Most Common Causes of Osteoporosis in Men

    Osteoporosis is a condition that causes bones to become brittle, porous, and more susceptible to fracture and break. In the United States, two million men have osteoporosis, and 12 million are at risk for developing it. However, concern about osteoporosis is generally directed at women, who are four times more likely to develop it. This likely has something to do with women’s longer life expecta…Read More

  9. 4 Unexpected Benefits of Exercise

    You are probably aware of the most obvious benefits to exercise, including losing weight, building muscle, and improving your overall physical health. However, you may not realize that exercise actually has many more benefits than that. Here are some of the lesser known benefits of exercising regularly: Improves memory You may not know that exercise can actually improve your memory. Exercise works…Read More

  10. The Importance of Prostate Exams

    Prostate cancer is the most common form of cancer in men, with one in six men developing it in their lifetime. It is the second leading cause of deaths related to cancer in men, following just behind lung cancer. In most cases, prostate cancer is curable if it is caught early enough. However, in the early stages of prostate cancer, symptoms are often unnoticeable until it is too late. This is why …Read More