Men’s Care

If You’re Diabetic, Foot Care is Important

Diabetes and foot problems often go hand in hand—but they don’t have to. “The development of foot problems is not an inevitable consequence of having diabetes,” said Andrew Boulton, chairperson of the American Diabetes Association’s Foot Council. “Indeed, most foot lesions are preventable.” Across the globe, about a quarter of people with diabetes will develop …

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How to Make Your Healthy New Year’s Resolution Stick

More than 40 percent of Americans make New Year’s resolutions each January, but only 8 percent of us actually keep them. Why is that? Part of the reason is that New Year’s resolutions are often too vague to be useful. For example, the five most popular resolutions include “losing weight” and “getting fit.” But without …

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How to Stay Fit During the Holiday Season

As we enter the holiday feeding frenzy, a common concern on people’s minds is how to enjoy the season without losing ground on their fitness efforts. We always overeat during the holidays. A traditional American Thanksgiving or Christmas dinner contains an average of 3,000 calories—that’s a third more than most people’s daily caloric requirement packed …

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Differences Between Preventive Care for Men & Women

Think of preventive health care as an investment. Put in the time now, and it’ll pay dividends later in a longer lifespan, better quality of life and less retirement savings spent on medical expenses. Research shows preventive health screenings and primary care consultations significantly extend our life expectancy, especially among 30- to 49-year-olds. Routine cardiovascular …

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