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Men's Health

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  1. How a Shoe Should Fit

    Squeezing into a suit that doesn't fit? We've all done it. Squeezing into a shoe that's too tight? Murder. Here's what you need to know to keep your feet happy.   At the heel: This is the one place where your shoe may hurt initially, but fear not. It'll subside. Your heel should rest comfortably aga

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  2. Why We Laugh

    Whether it's the giggling of your child or the enthusiastic hollers of a talk show's studio audience, we hear laughter every day. Nothing could be more common. But just because it's common doesn't make laughter any less strange. For instance, the next time you're at the movies enjoying some comedy b

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  3. A Guy's Guide to Skin Care

    You're a guy. A sports team gets your attention -- not your facial skin. But here's a news flash: If you want to look good, you've got to deal with your skin. "If men want to keep skin youthful and healthy looking, they've got to make skin care a part of their daily regimen," says Mathew Avram, MD,

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  4. What's Your Drinking Personality?

    Does summer mean parties, heavy coolers, and plenty of pitchers on your favorite restaurant patio? First you may want to recall how your personality morphs after a few drinks too many. WebMD talked to the experts to find out what's to blame for booze-related personality and behavioral changes, and w

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  5. Vitamins: Separating Fact From Fiction

    There are enough myths around vitamins to make an ancient Greek blush, and it's easy to see why. We all know that vitamins and minerals are essential to good health -- it says so right there on the cereal box. And we live in the more-is-better era of Hummers, Big Gulps, and McMansions. Which raises

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  6. Know How to Spot a Stroke? Most Don't

    Since mid-December 2005, Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, 77, has been hospitalized twice for stroke, including a massive one that has left him gravely ill. In contrast, Dick Clark, 76, made a bittersweet television comeback on New Year's Eve after having suffered a debilitating stroke more than

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  7. Haircuts 101: A Guide For Men

    By Rodney Cutler Your Problem: My hair is still there, but it's boring. Guidance?   Rodney's solution: The key is finding a style that works for you seven days a week, whether you're at the office, out on a date, or just going to meet your parole officer. It should also be easy to maintain—no more t

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  8. A Bad Case of 'Boomeritis'

    Boomer Esiason is both a baby boomer and a former professional football player, which makes him the perfect go-to guy to discuss the aches and pains of being active and over 40 -- a set of conditions that has playfully inspired the medical term "boomeritis." (The fact that Esiason's first name is "B

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  9. Distant Dads? Not Us, Many Say

    When my father and his first wife divorced in the late 1950s, he took custody of their three young children and raised them on his own. Back then, that was virtually unheard of. Today, it is merely unusual. In 1960 only about 1% of children in the U.S. lived with a single dad, and only a small fract

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  10. Honor Dad The Healthy Way

    Pamper him, show him how much you care: Dads everywhere deserve to be treated specially on Father's Day. Whether you're celebrating your Dad or another special man in your life, what better way to mark his special day than by showing him you support his efforts to improve his diet and his health? Yo

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