Archive for August, 2017


benefit of having more male teachersWanted: More Male Teachers. Lots More.

Dear Mr. Dad: My twins (one boy, one girl), are starting fourth grade in the fall and we just found out that their teacher is a woman. That isn’t a problem, of course, but when my wife and I started talking about this, we realized that the twins have never had a male teacher, and […]

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Fitness, Nutrition

balance hormones with diet and exerciseHow Everyday Men Can Balance Their Hormones with Diet and Exercise

While most often women are associated with hormone fluctuations due to pregnancy, periods, or menopause, men are equally affected by these difficult-to-understand chemicals. Not only do they affect emotions, but hormones can also make a man feel and appear years older than he is. While it’s natural for hormones to fluctuate over periods of time, […]

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Ways Improving Healthcare For The Elderly Is Having A Lasting ImpactThree Ways Improving Healthcare for the Elderly Is Having a Lasting Impact

The aging population is one that is sometimes neglected when it comes to proper healthcare. Fortunately, there have been some recent changes, especially from Medicare, that have had a lasting impact. These changes impact not only the lives of the elderly but the families of those senior citizens as well. Keep in mind that healthcare […]

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Lifestyle, Nutrition, Other Cancers

recognizing colorectal cancerColorectal Cancer: What Gen-Xers and Millennials Need to Know

Yale Medicine doctors warn that people as young as age 20 need to be aware of the warning signs. Nobody in their 20s, 30s or 40s gets colorectal cancer, right? Wrong. The truth is that colorectal cancer is on the rise in young adults, and has been for years. That’s why Yale Medicine surgeons who treat […]

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Health, Masculinity

modestyWhy Men Avoid Healthcare: The Elephant in the Room

There have been numerous campaigns encouraging men to have testicular exams, prostate exams, and routine physicals in hopes of finding problems at an early stage when they might be more readily addressed. Despite those efforts many men still avoid healthcare until they have a problem that just can’t be avoided any longer. Why? Often it […]

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