Belly fat puts men at risk of serious health problems. Here's insight from a Mayo Clinic specialist on what to do about it.
Can't remember the last time you felt well rested? Then check out these self-help tips for getting a good night's sleep.
Considering cosmetic surgery? Here's help deciding whether surgery is right for you.
Can't take oral medications for erectile dysfunction? Understand your treatment options.
Want to improve your mood? Get better sleep? Lose weight? It may be as easy as including physical activity in your daily routine.
All men have certain health risks — but gay men face an increased risk of specific concerns. Know the facts and take steps to stay healthy.
Ready to start your heart-healthy diet? Here are eight tips to get you started.
The usual advice is eight hours a night, but many factors, such as age and genetics, influence how much shut-eye you need.
Kegel exercises aren't just for women. Find out how men can use Kegel exercises to strengthen their pelvic floor muscles.
Hormone changes are a natural part of aging for both men and women — but is male menopause for real? Get the facts.
Find out what you need to know to avoid heart disease, cancer and other major threats to men's health.
About to become a new dad? Congratulations! Understand what you can do to prepare for your life as a parent.
Curious about the health of your penis? Don't be embarrassed. Consider what it takes to keep your penis healthy.
Can't sleep? Sleeping pills might be the answer. But first talk with your doctor about the potential risks and benefits.
For a man, it's a fact of life — as you get older, your testosterone level decreases. What's less clear is whether this decline requires treatment.
Apr. 04, 2014