23-Year-Old Rugby Player Has Parkinson's

23-Year-Old Rugby Player Has Parkinson’s

Parkinson’s disease – a neurological disease that affects movement – is a disease for old people, right? That’s what many people used to think before actor Michael J. Fox revealed that he had been diagnosed with it at the age … More »

Pipes and Cigars Hard on Lungs

Pipes and Cigars Hard on Lungs

Men who smoke pipes and/or cigars are not immune to lung disease, as they may think. While it is known that pipe and cigar smoking can increase your risk of oral cancers and that cigarette smoking causes lung cancer and … More »

HPV Vaccine May Prevent Anal Cancer

HPV Vaccine May Prevent Anal Cancer

Gardasil, the highly touted vaccine against some types HPV (human papillomavirus), some of which can cause cervical cancer, is now being investigated as a vaccine against anal cancer in homosexual men. So far, the vaccine has been approved for use … More »

Bill Clinton's February Heart Health Month

Bill Clinton’s February Heart Health Month

It’s all over the media – February is Heart Health Month and President Bill Clinton has just helped prove the importance of knowing about heart issues and paying attention to the signs and symptoms our hearts may show. President Clinton, … More »

Male Breast Reduction Popular in U.K.

Male Breast Reduction Popular in U.K.

Man boobs are out in the United Kingdom if male breast reduction rates are any indication. Men in the UK are making breast reduction surgery more popular as it becomes the fastest growing type of plastic surgery in the UK. … More »

Cleats, Real Grass May Reduce Knee Injuries

Cleats, Real Grass May Reduce Knee Injuries

Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) are relatively common knee injuries among athletes. The ACL is the most important of the four major ligaments that hold and stabilize the knee, which must move in several ways. The ACL attaches the thigh bone … More »

Dexter's Michael C. Hall Has Lymphoma

Dexter’s Michael C. Hall Has Lymphoma

Many people are watching former Survivor winner Ethan Zohn’s battle with a rare type of Hodgkin’s lymphoma. Sadly, although he was cancer-free after intensive therapy, the cancer has returned and he is battling it yet again (Ethan Zohn: ‘My Cancer … More »

False Positive Prostate Cancer Results

False Positive Prostate Cancer Results

Going for cancer screening can be stressful enough. The mind can fill with “what ifs” as you head to the doctor’s office and then after, while waiting for the results. While some men are able to put these thoughts out … More »

Fight Pain - or Tough it Out?

Fight Pain – or Tough it Out?

We all know someone who feels they can handle pain on their own – they don’t want to take medications, they’ll just tough it out. But are they really doing the best for themselves? Or are they making it unnecessarily … More »