Archive for June, 2015

Health, Mental Health, Well-being

Your Coffee Habit Could Save Your Life

Let me get this out of the way up front: I hate the taste of coffee in any form. Even the smell bugs me–I’ve often had to cross the street to avoid the aroma wafting out of a coffee shop. It’s always struck me as nothing more than a delivery device for caffeine, and I’ve […]

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Diabetes, Fertility, Health, Prostate, Sex, Testicular, testosterone

Treatment options for patients with ejaculatory dysfunction

By, Matthew Coward, M.D., Department of Urology, University of North Carolina   Despite much less attention than erectile dysfunction and other male fertility problems, ejaculatory dysfunction can be one of the most frustrating sexual symptoms a patient can experience.. The purpose of ejaculation is to deposit sperm into the vagina for reproduction, and most men […]

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Education, Family, Family Issues, Health, Lifestyle, Masculinity, Relationships, Well-being

It’s Men’s Health Month: Time to Tend to Your Man’s Health

by Elizabeth Battaglino, RN, CEO of HealthyWomen In 1994, Congress passed a bill to institute the week ending in Father’s Day as National Men’s Week, and all of June is celebrated as Men’s Health Month. Since that time, it’s been wonderful to see hundreds of workplaces, health care professionals, sports franchises and other institutions encouraging […]

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Education, Family, Health, Masculinity, Sex

Y Not The X?

Imagine Louis Armstrong bellowing: “Birds do it, bees do it, goldfish in the privacy of bowls do it…” Males and females, everywhere on earth, falling for each other. Now there’s evidence that, even chromosomally, they need each other. Sex Dogma Realize that scientific thought surrounding sex chromosomes has been a tad sexist to date: Two […]

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Education, Events, Health, Masculinity, Well-being

Men’s Health and Your Pathologist

I am a pathologist. You probably have never met me but I have spent hours studying your biopsy slides, making a diagnosis and ensuring your blood tests are accurate and precise. Examining specimens from patients of all stages of life, the pathologist diagnoses all types of illness, from cancer to chronic diseases, such as heart […]

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