We know reducing stress can help your health. What about your love life?
Jed Diamond investigates the ways in which the female and male bodies tend to be medically different, and require different treatments and approaches for the same conditions.
This morning, clad only in a tight-fitting pair of boxer briefs, I stepped on the chilly glass of the digital scale in my bathroom. — As the numbers “172” began to flash, I pondered how this same exact scale read “222” only 24 months ago. I used to dread looking down to see the results […]
Yes, men can be naturally empathetic. But like a lot of other findings in the field of gender-specific medicine, men may express these traits differently than women do.
A quick primer on the seed of life.
How to put down the beer, and pick up a barbell.
Dr. Osama Hamdy explains how losing just a little bit of weight – the healthy way – can change your medical outlook.
Dr. Stephen Petteruti explains how understanding menopause can help prevent couples from simply toddling off into old age but instead, embracing it. Any man who makes the bold attempt to spend the arc of his life with a woman would be wise to understand menopause. This event is second only to childbirth in its impact on […]
Injuries are part of sports and exercise. Dr. Stephen Petteruti explains how to make them a positive thing. I’m a firm believer in anti-aging medicine. Not as a pill, or hormone, but as a way of living. A pursuit. The brave fight against the ticking clock. Marching all of our forces to fight the foe […]
Myths matter. Only by a clear understanding of the life course of heroin dependence, and the ways in which the drug kills, can we make evidence-based interventions to help people.
Extreme athlete Dane Rauschenberg with an essay about the unappreciated art of traveling without traveling.
James Fell takes to task authors and trainers who fat-shame and refuse to see the science behind fitness and health.
For many of us the siren song of social media, email and online gaming is almost impossible to resist. So what steps will help you take charge of your technology?
Your old tried-and-true cup of coffee may do more for your brainpower than the latest “brain apps.”
Alan Bishop, with strategies to stop a bad moment from turning into a bad day.