Men's Health

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  1. Why Young Men are at Highest Risk of Skin Cancer

    Why Young Men are at Highest Risk of Skin Cancer
    Why do some people develop skin cancer, while others seemingly do not? The apparently selective nature of cancer, particularly melanoma, may not be as discriminatory and random as it may appear. A study by the Department of Dermatology in Australia looked at what gender and age specific conditions might account for why young men in particular suffer from a higher...
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  2. Hair Loss: Causes and Solutions

    Hair Loss: Causes and Solutions
    Did you know that all hair exists in one of three different cycles: growth, transition and resting phases?  About 90% of head hair is in the growth cycle, which can last anywhere from two to eight years. The transition phase typically lasts 2-3 weeks, that’s when hair follicles shrink. During the resting cycle, which lasts around two to four months...
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  3. Chronic Pain Linked to Vitamin D Deficiency in Men

    Chronic Pain Linked to Vitamin D Deficiency in Men
    According to a new study, low levels of vitamin D may be the underlying cause of chronic widespread pain, a major public health problem in the UK that affects around 1 in 5 people.  Around 50% of UK adults have a vitamin D deficiency. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), vitamin D is found naturally in...
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  4. Can Nettle Root Protect Against Hair Loss?

    Can Nettle Root Protect Against Hair Loss?
    Nettle root extract is a common ingredient found in hair products to stimulate hair growth and is believed to be effective for treating both male and female pattern baldness. Nettle root is also taken orally as a vitamin supplement. The common or stinging nettle is a flowering plant with hollow stinging hairs on its leaves and stems, which act like...
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  5. Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy (BPH): Symptoms, Risk Factors and Treatment

    Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy (BPH): Symptoms, Risk Factors and Treatment
    Benign prostatic hypertrophy (BPH), also known as benign prostatic hyperplasia, is a common adverse health condition typically seen in aging men. It is associated with lower urinary tract symptoms that affect quality of life by interfering with daily activities and normal sleep patterns. The prevalence of BPH has been shown to increase with age.  It is present in approximately 8...
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  6. Processed Red Meat Linked To Heart Failure, Death In Men

    Processed Red Meat Linked To Heart Failure, Death In Men
    According to a recent study, men who eat moderate amounts of processed red meat may have an increased risk of incidence and death from heart failure. Heart failure affects nearly 6 million Americans. Over 600,000 people are diagnosed with heart failure each year, making it the leading cause of hospitalization in people older than 65. Processed meats - including cold...
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  7. Six Ways Flaxseeds Lower Breast Cancer Risk

    Six Ways Flaxseeds Lower Breast Cancer Risk
    Did you know that flaxseeds have potent anticancer effects?   Researchers from the University of Toronto recently reviewed a number of studies on flaxseeds and flaxseed oil, as well as lignans found in flaxseed. Lignans are a class of phytoestrogens or plant estrogens that also act as antioxidants. Other foods also contain lignans - including sesame, sunflower and pumpkin seeds...
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  8. Monosodium Glutamate (Msg): One Dose Causes Headache In Healthy Subjects

    Monosodium Glutamate (Msg): One Dose Causes Headache In Healthy Subjects
    You’re probably familiar with monosodium glutamate - also known as MSG, a very common additive in your food. Now, shocking new research has uncovered that this ‘flavor enhancer’ is very toxic for human health and can cause a wide range of adverse health effects within normal dietary ranges. In fact, a new study reveals that a single intake of MSG...
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  9. Low Vitamin B12 Levels Increase Risk Of Fractures In Older Men

    Low Vitamin B12 Levels Increase Risk Of Fractures In Older Men
    According to a new study, older men with lower than normal levels of vitamin B12 have a higher risk of getting fractures. Osteoporosis is a global affliction. Health experts are working to identify the underlying causes so as to be able to prevent this condition and lower the risk of fractures in people as they age. In this study, part...
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  10. Cranberries For Preventing Urinary Tract Infections

    Cranberries For Preventing Urinary Tract Infections
    More than 150 published research studies show that cranberries have the ability to reduce the incidence of infections, improve heart health and tone down inflammation. For example, uniquely bioactive natural compounds in cranberries have been shown to promote a healthy urinary tract.     Urinary tract infections (UTIs) affect more than 15 million US women every year. Antibiotic treatment remains...
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