What’s the link between ED and heart disease? The two conditions have many common risk factors, including obesity, high blood pressure, and high cholesterol levels.
The health effects of extra fat in the abdomen, also called visceral fat, are serious. Men who pack more pudge around their middles have a greater risk for heart problems, diabetes, cancer, and other conditions.
From on-screen bromances to buddy comedies, male friendships play a big role in many movies. But they’re even more important in real life. Social support is associated with staying healthier and living longer. And the benefits can be long-lasting.
Nothing can ruin a sports season or a good exercise streak quite like a sports injury. Here's how to prevent one.
A blend of protein sources, from both animals and plants, can keep people from losing muscle size and strength as they age.
Certain lifestyle habits can help protect the brain over time. These strategies can help you take care of your brain.
Stress happens. But how you cope with it may impact your health in the long run.
An annual wellness visit can help you stay your healthiest. It’s a chance for you and your provider to talk about preventing disease or catching it early, when treatment works best.
Learning about low testosterone may help you determine whether you could have the condition and what you should do about it.
Understanding the unique ways diabetes affects each gender is important. Discussing them with your doctor can help you take control of your health.
Doctors can test the PSA level in your blood. Higher PSA levels increase the likelihood of having prostate cancer.
Storing most of your fat around your waist, rather than at your hips, puts you at higher risk for type 2 diabetes and heart disease.