Archive for July, 2013

Health, Sex

Chronic Conditions and Medications That Can Lead to Sexual Dysfunction

Sexual dysfunction often refers to different symptoms in men and women, yet can share similar underlying causes.  In women, it is often characterized by low sexual desire or various disorders including sexual arousal, orgasm, and sexual pain.  In men, erectile dysfunction (ED) is just that: difficulty getting or keeping erections sufficient for intercourse.  ED is […]

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Fatherhood, Health, Legislative, Masculinity, Public Policy, Regulatory, Work

Is ObamaCare Bad for Men and Boys? Sure Looks That Way…

Despite claims by many that the economy is “turning around” and unemployment is dropping, the fact remains that millions of Americans are in serious financial straits. As individuals, families, and employers look for ways to cut expenses, more and more of them are increasing their health insurance deductibles as a way to save money by […]

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Health

The Prostate: All You Ever Wanted to Know

As a man ages, he is more likely to look at travel experiences as a series of restroom stops. He might begin navigating his way to the grocery store, the gas station or to a friend’s house for poker based on whether or not there’s a restroom conveniently located nearby. This may sound like the […]

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Family

6 Steps to Get Your Family Cooking Every Monday

With work, school and activity schedules, cooking and eating together as a family can be a challenge. To get the whole family into the kitchen on a Monday night, make it a Kids Cook Monday! When you make time for healthy, home cooked meals, it sets a good example and provides valuable cooking and kitchen […]

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Nutrition, Prostate

Omega-3 and Prostate Cancer: The Hype Seems a Little FishyOmega-3 and Prostate Cancer: The Hype Seems a Little Fishy

Fish Oils, which are high in omega-3 fatty acids, have long been praised for their great health benefits. A variety of studies have linked omega-3s with reducing the risk of heart disease and depression, lowering cholesterol levels and body weight, and more. But in the past few years, there’s been a growing body of evidence […]

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