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Dr. David Samadi: Formidable Health Challenges Men Face

Dr. David Samadi, author of The Ultimate MANual, learned early on in his career that taking care of men is challenging. That’s because many men often neglect their health when life gets busy. When they see a doctor, they are often in and out of the exam room within minutes. They provide few specifics and usually… Read more

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Should men reduce milk consumption to reduce prostate cancer?

New research is again pointing a finger at men who like to drink milk, which could be raising their odds of prostate cancer. The study published in the June 2022 issue of The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found that men with a higher intake of dairy foods, but not non-dairy calcium, had a higher… Read more

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A newly approved diabetes drug shows dramatic weight loss in people with obesity

A phase 3 clinical 72-week trial is showing what could be a significant game-changer in the fight against obesity. Tirzepatide, a once-a-week injectable recently approved by the FDA for treating type 2 diabetes and sold under the brand name Mounjaro, was studied to see if adults without diabetes would also experience weight loss. An impressive… Read more

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Besides obsessing over protein, men should also pay attention to fiber

Men are often preoccupied with their protein intake, even though few men are protein deficient. However, there’s another important nutrient a vast majority of men do fall short of – fiber. In fact, a 2021 survey found that only 5% of adult men in the U.S. consume enough fiber, a type of carbohydrate that helps… Read more

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What men should know about kidney cancer

It’s a fact; Kidney cancer strikes more men than women. In 2022, the American Cancer Society estimates over 50,000 men and approximately 29,000 women will be diagnosed with kidney cancer. Unfortunately, men and kidney cancer are not on the best of terms. For one, men are almost twice as likely to be diagnosed with the… Read more