Archive for February, 2018

Family Issues, Fatherhood, Fertility, Masculinity, Sex

men care about contraceptionDo Men Really Care About Contraception?

You will never guess what the CDC just revealed about single American men in the US. Recall that this federal agency monitors and prevents disease outbreaks, from autism to zika, and also maintains nationwide health statistics. They do good work and, like me, are keenly interested in men’s health. I applaud them. So what are sexually active young American men […]

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Cardio, Family Issues

heart and marriageThe Connection Between a Healthy Marriage and a Healthy Heart

A recent study suggests that men in marriages that improved over time may have a lower risk for heart disease. For many, marriage signals the beginning of an entwined and, at times, tangled relationship. Spouses often play the role of friend, co-parent, caregiver, financial partner and emotional support system for their significant other. Given the […]

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Boys, Health, Health, Nutrition

5 Dental Problems that Men are Likely to Suffer From

Why is oral health important for men? Studies indicate that men are a lot less likely to take care of their oral health than women. Having good oral health has been linked with having a good life with fewer health problems. Men are less likely than women to seek out preventative dental care and often […]

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Fatherhood, Parenting

be a parent firstFirst Be a Parent, Then Be Friends

Dear Mr. Dad: I’m a single mom and have an issue with my 14-year old son. For the past seven years, since my husband died, it’s been just the two of us. He’s quite independent and very smart and I try to get him involved in household decisions. For better or worse, I’ve always been […]

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Family Issues, Fertility

Epigenetics and Infertility: The Link Between Nature and Nurture

You know who Charles Darwin is, right? One seriously influential figure in human history, Darwin’s famous natural selection theory is an easily digestible way to explain evolution. Makes sense: giraffes with longer necks can reach higher into trees to eat and survive. Advantage passed on to long-necked offspring. And so on, until poof! You have the modern giraffe. Wearing […]

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