Men's Health Topics

Stay healthy and vigorous into old age by eating right, getting plenty of exercise and following recommended disease prevention practices.

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5 Foods You Need to Start Eating ... Like, Now

A 40-year-old’s body doesn’t work quite the same as a 25-year-old’s. But you knew that. What you might not know is there are ways to slow the aging process. If you’re approaching — or already smack in the middle of — middle-age, you might want to give this video a watch.

A New Approach to My Prostate Cancer

Barry didn't like the sound of the side effects associated with traditional prostate cancer treatment options. So he opted to take a new approach with minimal side effects and down time. This is his story

And You Thought Smoking Was Bad for Your Health

Okay, so smoking is still just about the worst thing you can do for your health. But there's a dangerous runner-up in town. Find out what it is and what you can do about it.

Angry? Read This: Bursts of Anger May Up Your Risk for Heart Attack

Want to protect your ticker? Quit being a ticking time bomb yourself. Dr. Martin explains the connection between anger and heart damage.

Bacon + Sperm = ? Processed Meat No Good for Those Little Swimmers

Sorry, guys. New research from the Harvard School of Public Health suggests a high intake of bacon, salami and other processed meats may lower your semen quality. It's not all bad news, though! Watch for more.

Boxers or Briefs: The Great Debate Heats Up

Ever since Adam sported his infamous fig leaf, the human race has been unable to agree on the pros and cons of men's underwear styles. This week, Dr. Martin keeps things brief and doesn't box anything in, settling the score once and for all.

Conditions of Concern to Men

Detailed information on the most common health concerns for men, including male breast cancer, gynecomastia, colorectal cancer, erectile dysfunction (impotence), hair loss, heart attack, high blood pressure (hypertension), insomnia, low back pain, inferti

Heart Attack

A heart attack happens when the blood supply is cut off from the heart muscle, usually because of a blood clot. Without blood and oxygen, the muscle cells are damaged and die.

Heart Attack: Signs and Symptoms

Millions of people suffer heart attacks every year. A heart attack can damage the heart’s function, and even lead to death. Learn what happens during a heart attack, and what signs to watch for.