Tag Archives: Men

Why Men Should Be Eating Berries Daily

Prevent Disease Eating strawberries, blueberries, blackcurrants and blackberries can significantly reduce risk of developing Parkinson’s disease in men, suggest researchers. In a study by British and U.S. experts, men who ate the fruits along with other foods rich in flavonoids … Continue reading

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Scarcity of College Men Leads Women to Choose Briefcase Over Baby

Science Daily American women today are more likely to earn college degrees than men with women receiving 57 percent of all bachelor’s and 60 percent of all master’s degrees. But are there consequences to having more women than men in … Continue reading

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Eating Flavonoids Protects Men Against Parkinson’s Disease

Science Daily Men who eat flavonoid-rich foods such as berries, tea, apples and red wine significantly reduce their risk of developing Parkinson’s disease, according to new research by Harvard University and the University of East Anglia. Published April 4 in … Continue reading

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Sugar-sweetened drinks, cardiovascular problems linked

Press TV Men who drink one sugar-sweetened drink per day have a 20 percent higher risk of coronary heart disease than men who drink none, new US study suggests. A health data review of about 43,000 US men demonstrated that … Continue reading

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What Women Really Want in a Relationship

Alexandra Sifferlin Time What do women want? It’s the age-old question. But a recent study offers men a clue: women are most satisfied when their partner knows they’re upset. Huh? According to the new study [PDF], published in the Journal … Continue reading

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What are Men For?

RT We’ve all seen the latest freak out coming from conservatives, which has driven us back in time, the debate over contraception, which ultimately leads to talk about sex, abortion, and thanks to Rush Limbaugh, sluts. AlterNet’s Lynn Parramore argues … Continue reading

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Unnecessary cancer treatment in men on the rise

Andrew M. Seaman Reuters A new review of U.S. data on prostate cancer finds that despite established guidelines, a growing number of men who should not be getting aggressive treatment are getting it anyway. Men with low-risk tumors and a … Continue reading

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Eczema tied to higher impotence risk: study

Reuters Men who have the allergic skin condition eczema may have a higher risk of erectile dysfunction than other men, according to a Taiwanese study. Though the study of several thousand men with erectile dysfunction (ED), which appeared in the … Continue reading

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Sex gap: Men get 32 of 35 cancers more often than women, study shows

Source: LA Times Men are at higher risk of getting 32 out of 35 cancers, according to an international study, which further suggests that the greatest reason for the gap lies in biology. “Simply being male is responsible for a … Continue reading

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How Women May Be Contributing to Men’s Rising Cancer Rates

Source: Mercola Many conventional health experts believe the hormone testosterone causes prostate cancer — but research actually suggests that estrogen may be the more likely culprit. Like women, men also make estrogens such as estradiol, although (usually) in much lower … Continue reading

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