Heather Gray follows up last month’s piece on male breast cancer with facts, figures, and a potentially life-saving video.
Theresa Byrne speaks from personal experience as she maps out some of the most destructive, telling signs of sociopaths.
On the cost of climbing too high or too quickly on the social ladder. Be mindful.
Tired of all the days of gray? Remember that they are merely part of a pendulum. And that you need them as much as any of the other colors.
Nearly 13m more adults in the US will be eligible for statins after new guidelines widened the criteria for use of the drugs to treat high cholesterol and prevent heart attacks and strokes; but experts question at what risk.
Dr. Sayantani DasGupta looks at the ways in which fat or obese patients are disregarded or even abused by the medical industry.
It’s 2014, but new reports show condom use has stalled among singles and STIs are on the rise.
Bret Miller cautions us all. Breast cancer is not prejudiced. It chooses whoever it wants to.
Alan Bishop gets brutally honest about some CrossFit secrets he wishes some were let in on.
The ambulance. I can’t believe I almost forgot to mention the ambulance in Part 1.
When was the last time you went through the entire weekend without checking email?
Dr. Stephen Petteruti talks about how to train and plan for sex so you never find yourself saying “too busy” again.
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.
We know reducing stress can help your health. What about your love life?
Tweet 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 […]
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.