Men’s Health

There are many health conditions that only affect men. Main concerns include prostate issues like cancer and BPH, low testosterone (Low-T) and erectile dysfunction. Learn what men can do to stay healthy.

Natural Men’s Sex Supplements

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If you’re a man over 40, it’s likely that you can’t do sexually what the younger you used to do. Frequent, spontaneous arousal and performance are not so frequent, less arousing, and less satisfying. If you’ve tried any of Big Pharma’s so-called solutions—Viagra, Cialis, Levitra, and so on—then you know they can come with a […]

Makeup Dangers

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A surprising number of people think their skin is like an envelope with organs inside. But the truth is, your skin is an organ. Like your heart, lungs, brain, liver. Yes, your skin, all eight or so stretchy, springy pounds of it, is a beautifully capable single organ—that’s subject every day to constant bombardment by […]

Hair Loss Prevention Supplements

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Many people apparently like having no hair. You see guys everywhere who are bald—by choice. On the other hand, retaining or re-growing hair is a billion-dollar industry. Most products aren’t particularly effective, some you have to use for the rest of your life, and some are downright nasty. Propecia, for example, Big Pharma’s big seller […]

Hormones: Testosterone

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An excerpt from the book, “Your Blood Never Lies: How to Read a Blood Test for a Longer, Healthier Life” by James B. LaValle, RPh, CCN, ND. Read additional excerpts or buy the whole book. Although both males and females produce testosterone, this hormone is ten times more abundant in men. It is primarily associated […]

Control the End of Your Life

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In these letters, I spend most of my effort helping you be the healthiest version of yourself possible. But there is a slightly different issue I want to deal with today. It’s a crucial one—one that each of us will face at some point. But one that most people avoid at all costs. I’m talking […]

Romantic partners’ health is related

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It’s well established that an active social life can prolong your life and protect your health. “Social life” usually means activities with others outside of the home, or with people other than your spouse in the home. But recent research adds a new dimension—and new importance—to the “social” dynamic that plays out between just you […]

Prostate Cancer Treatments: Temperatures and Lasers

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Here are three words pretty much guaranteed to scare an adult male: Erectile…dysfunction…incontinence. Unfortunately, these have been all too common side effects of the all too common prostate cancer interventions—radiation, chemo, and surgery. No disrespect for practitioners here—many considered these the best options available. But today, I offer gentlemen three words that change everything: 100 […]

How to Have Great Sex

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Send the kids or grandkids out of the room. Put away all your work for a moment. If you have a delicate constitution, you might want to avert your eyes. Because today, we’re going to talk about sex. In our puritanical society, sex is often treated as a dirty secret. And, ironically, as we age, […]

Prostate Cancer Screening Best Practice

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An American man has a 16% lifetime risk of prostate cancer—not quite one in six. Though the risk of dying of prostate cancer is only 2.9 percent, it’s still the second leading cause of cancer death among American men, after lung cancer. So there’s recent concern about significant declines in: The number of men taking […]

Elder Abuse: Protect Your Loved Ones

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That there are people who prey on older people is truly heartbreaking. Especially when abuse is perpetrated by presumed caregivers, family, or fellow residents of a care facility. But it’s happening more frequently than ever, according to the US Adult Protective Services (APS), which is usually the first service notified of abuse. And it’s only […]
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