Category: Lifestyle

Education, Pay Equity, Work

wanted: male nursesWanted: Male Nurses

Despite efforts to promote greater gender equality among professions, there remains a significant need for more men in the nursing profession. The nursing field is only around 6% male, though this number is slowly rising. It doesn’t seem to be the education itself that serves as a deterrent; many men entering the nursing field have […]

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Advocacy, Aging, Cardio, Events, Family, Health, Health, Masculinity, Mental Health, Nutrition, Other Cancers, Prostate, Sex, testosterone, Well-being

June Is Men’s Health Month—Get Involved

Did you know there was a month entirely dedicated to raising awareness for issues impacting the health and wellness of men and boys? June will honor the 23rd annual Men’s Health Month. The month also coincides with Men’s Health Week (June 12-18), a special awareness period created by Congress, and the #ShowUsYourBlue campaign on June […]

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Lifestyle, Sex

a little dab'll do youA NextGen Vasectomy with Some Stick to It

If you thought that “plastics” were a hit in America, take a look at gel technology. Who can forgot those Brylcreem hair gel ads in the 60’s touting “A little dab’ll do ya,” and oh so neatly donned by President Reagan. Then, a decade or two ago, testosterone gels hit the market big time for male […]

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Fitness, Sports

swimming40+ Guys Need to Swim. Here are 6 Ways to Make it Easier.

This article was originally published at OlderBeast, whose mission is to help 40+ guys “double down” on body-and-soul health for the 2nd half of their life. Swimming is one of the few fitness activities any guy will agree is great for you. But few guys actually swim. Every 40+ guy should have swimming as part […]

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Events, Fitness, Health, Nutrition, Psychology, Well-being

the long road“Mid-life Crisis?” Nah…It’s Just the Starting Point for Your Longest Run.

My aspiration is to clearly see and courageously confront concerns appearing for me (and other 40+ guys, too) at the mid-life point and beyond. Concerns about staying physically vital. About not looking “old.” About warding off maladies that lurk in the shadows. Among all concerns, perhaps the biggest is the most subconscious and hardest to recognize: At or beyond life’s halfway marker, we’re uncertain what our life ultimately will have meant. This “Meaning of Life” concern is caricatured as the midlife crisis and the sports car in response. But in reality, it can be more of an awakening, a broadening of vision and spirit, a healthy challenge, and an opportunity. Intensifying your focus on fitness, nutrition and overall wellness — doubling down on overall body-and-soul health  —  helps maximize this opportunity and achieve whatever your definition of "Meaning" is.

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