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      MEN'S HEALTH
The Top 10 Supplements for Men

Your drugstore carries thousands of bottles of
colored pills. These are the ones you
actually need.


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      MEN'S HEALTH

Men's health: Prevent the top threats

Many of the leading causes of death among men can be prevented. Here's what you need to know to live a longer, healthier life

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      MEN'S HEALTH

Four Tips for Thinning Hair

With some treatments, you can slow down or stop hair thinning --
and maybe even grow back some hair you thought was gone forever.
Read on to see what works and what doesn't.

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      MEN'S HEALTH

Heavy drinking in mid-life men speeds memory loss, study finds

A study finds that moderate alcohol intake could be good for the brain.
But for male heavy drinkers, there was a significant, quantifiable loss of cognitive powers akin to premature aging.

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      MEN'S HEALTH

8 Questions Older Men Should Ask Their Health Care Providers

Use this older men's health checklist to keep you fighting fit at 50 and older

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      MEN'S HEALTH
The Health Benefits of Golf

Golf can be good for your health and your heart. An average golf course can provide up to four kilometres of walking. Pulling or carrying clubs will also improve fitness and strength.

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     MEN'S HEALTH

Food for Men:
10 Foods to Boost Male Health

Foods men should include in their diets to improve health and prevent disease

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     MEN'S HEALTH

Low Testosterone 101:
See the symptons, causes & treatments

Testosterone may be the most notorious of hormones.
It conjures up thoughts of muscles and masculinity.
In fact, testosterone does fuel sex drive and muscle mass,
but it also regulates mood and bone strength. When a man's level falls below normal,
a doctor may prescribe shots, gels, or patches. 
But there is some debate
over who needs treatment.

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     MEN'S HEALTH

Tips for a
Healthy Prostate

Everything you need to know to stay ahead of the game

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     MEN'S HEALTH

What BPA Does To His Prostate

A study shows that tiny doses of BPA, found in everything from cash register receipts to the lining of most canned foods and drinks, can throw prostate development into a tailspin, setting the organ up for precancerous prostate epithelial neoplasia (or PIN) and prostate cancer. 

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from Prevention Magazine >

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