Topics :: mens’ health

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Mass. Legislators Approve Funding for Prostate Health Awareness

By Winnie McCroy | Monday Jul 7, 2014
On June 30, The Massachusetts’ House of Representatives and Senate created a new education and awareness program dedicated to prostate cancer.

Drinking Linked to Faster Mental Decline in Men

By Malcolm Ritter | Friday Jan 17, 2014
Middle-aged men risk a faster mental decline as they age if they’ve been drinking heavily for years, new research suggests.

The Danger of Asymptomatic HPV in Gay Men

By Winnie McCroy | Monday Aug 5, 2013
HPV infects just as many men as women, and is the most common of all sexually transmitted infections. It can be especially dangerous when paired up with HIV.

Jet-Setting Your Way to Healthier Skin

By Matthew Wexler | Friday Jan 18, 2013
Winter is a great time to travel but changes in climate and humidity can put additional stress on your skin. Dermatologist Dr. Rebecca Baxt shares must-know travel tips for EDGE readers that will keep you looking fresh .

New Drug May Help with Premature Ejaculation

By Mahalel Kilian Melloy | Wednesday May 25, 2011
A new pharmaceutical might soon offer hope to millions of men suffering from a problem that can lead to anxiety, embarrassment, and frustration: Premature ejaculation.

High exposure to BPA linked to low sperm count

By Lindsey Tanner | Friday Oct 29, 2010
Chinese factory workers exposed to high levels of the plastics chemical BPA had low sperm counts, according to the first human study to tie it to poor semen quality.

Cancer society casts more doubt on prostate tests

By Mike Stobbe | Thursday Mar 4, 2010
Months after experts discounted the importance of routine mammograms and Pap smears for many women, the American Cancer Society is warning more explicitly than ever that regular testing for prostate cancer is of questionable value too, and can do men more harm than good.

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