Archive for February, 2013

Cardio, Depression, Fertility, Health, Others, Sex, Testicular, Uncategorized

As Your Penis Goes, So Goes Your Heart

If you’re having trouble maintaining an erection, print this post out and make an appointment with your healthcare provider. Researcher in Australia found that men who self-reported severe erectile dysfunction had a 35% increase in the risk of hospitalization for all heart-related diseases, and a 93% increased risk of death—even if they had no history […]

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How and Why Dads Can Befriend Their Ex

In a recent talk I gave to  divorced parents, after I finished speaking about the benefits of creating a friendly divorce, an angry voice called out, “Befriend my ex? You must be kidding! Truly, I’d like to behead her- not befriend her!” You may be asking this question, too:  Befriend someone who cheated on me […]

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Fatherhood, Health, Nutrition, Parenting, Uncategorized

Sometimes Getting a “D” in Nutrition is Exactly What You Want

Three recent studies highlight growing recognition of the importance of vitamin D. First, researchers at the University of Pittsburgh found that pregnant women with low levels of vitamin D are more likely than those with normal D levels to give birth to low-birthweight babies. That’s especially important because, babies born at less-than-optimal birth weights are […]

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Nurturing Is For Men Too

Many men in our fast-paced, production-oriented culture have no experience of what being truly nurtured feels like.  Being able to nurture yourself is the heart of renewal. The nurturing process is essential to an open, clear, free mind, as well as being the foundation for a supple, resilient, unstressed physical body, and for emotional stability. […]

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Nutrition, Prostate

Can Fruit Protect Against Prostate Cancer?Can Fruit Protect Against Prostate Cancer?

Prostate cancer is one of the greatest health issues that elderly men face. The prostate gland is an exocrine gland found in the male reproductive system. It is situated right under the bladder, in front of the rectum. Exocrine glands produce secretions that ultimately end up outside of the body. The tube that starts at […]

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