Men’s health

An Important Tool to Continue COVID-19 Protection – Talking About Men’s Health™

[ad_1] Men’s Health Network (MHN) applauds the recommendations from CDC and NIH announced on August 18, 2021, to make COVID-19 booster vaccinations available for those who are at higher risk of COVID-19 infections, including nursing home residents, health-care providers, and those over 65 years of age.  These were the majority of those to first get …

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I Didn’t Know You Could Get Cancer in Your Bladder… – Talking About Men’s Health™

[ad_1] While bladder cancer is one of the most commonly diagnosed cancers in the United States, far too many people learn what the disease is at the time of diagnosis. I have heard from many patients and doctors that a common reaction is “I didn’t know you could get cancer in your bladder.” In 2021, …

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How to Help Your Kids Make New Friends – Talking About Men’s Health™

[ad_1] Having friends is not just fun but very important for children. Friendships give kids a sense of belonging and help them with developing various social skills. However, all children are different, so it is only natural that some have difficulties making friends. If you think you recognize your kids in this sentence, don’t worry.  …

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Focal HIFU Makes Sure New Orleans Music Producer Never Skips a Beat – Talking About Men’s Health™

[ad_1] Producing his weekly show, Friday’s from The Funky Uncle to raise money and help unemployed musicians during the pandemic has been top priority for New Orleans music producer Shane Norris, even after he was diagnosed with prostate cancer.  Norris, 61, received his first of three elevated PSA scores in March 2020, just as the …

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Leading Causes of Death and Greater COVID-19 Impact on Men in the U.S. – Talking About Men’s Health™

[ad_1] As life starts to return to a “new” normal from the COVID-19 pandemic, we are coming to a point where the number of COVID-19 cases are increasing, but more and more individuals are able to receive the COVID-19 vaccine in the U.S. Over the course of the pandemic, we have seen COVID-19 take the …

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Answering an Age-Old Question about Aspirin for Heart Disease – Talking About Men’s Health™

[ad_1] Heart disease kills more people in the United States than any other health condition. In 2019, heart disease caused one in every four men’s deaths in the country, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. As a cardiologist, I have seen firsthand that while cardiovascular disease (all types of diseases that affect …

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How to Overcome Failed Fertility Treatments – Talking About Men’s Health™

[ad_1] Failed again. Another month, another failed infertility treatment. Are you too frightened or tired or broke to keep going, yet unable to accept that end-of-the-road feeling? Here are some things to consider as the feeling of desperation sets in: Why didn’t it work? Find out more about what happened. If there is an explanation, and …

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How Sperm May Be Related to Autism Diagnoses – Talking About Men’s Health™

[ad_1] You see the headlines, “Autism increased tenfold,” “Autism 1 in 2 by 2025,” and you wonder if it’s really true and why. Well, the fact is that autism rates are increasing among children. In the 1970s, autism spectrum disorder was reported in 1 in 5,000 children. In 2009, it was 1 in 110. Currently, …

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