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Men's Health

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  1. What Men Don't Know About Shaving

    Basic shaving can be quick and easy. Just pick up a razor and drag it across your face until the stubble’s gone. A really good shave, on the other hand, requires a little more effort and know-how. Even if you've been shaving for years, you might learn something, from dermatologists and a barber who’

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  2. 5 Common Mistakes Men Make After Divorce

    Adapting to life after divorce is hard for guys under the best of circumstances. But you can make it easier on yourself, your ex, and your children if you avoid some of the most common mistakes. Too many men seek out a new relationship before the dust has settled on their divorce, says psychologist

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  3. How Low Testosterone Affects Your Health

    Pete Evans knew something was wrong when he had sudden problems getting an erection. At 52, he had always had an active sex life. Even the bone marrow transplant he underwent in the summer of 2009 had little effect on his libido. Then, six months after the transplant, he lost his ability -- and his

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  4. How to Get Out of a Midlife Crisis

    Many men go through a phase when they take a hard look at the life they're living. They think they could be happier, and if they need to make a big change, they feel the urge to do it soon. These thoughts can trigger a midlife crisis. By realizing you're in this phase, then making wise choices, you

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  5. Father's Day Presents: Skin and Body

    Another Father’s Day doesn’t have to mean another tie, book, or photo mug. Opt for a gift that will help him look and feel great. We asked Michael Gold, MD, a dermatologist at Gold Skin Care Center in Nashville, to share his top picks. 1. A Close Shave Gillette Fusion ProGlide Power Razor  No other

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  6. Q&A With Judd Apatow

    Award-winning writer, director, and film and TV producer Judd Apatow fell in love with comedy as a boy and started performing stand-up when he was still a teenager. As a young adult he decided to write comedy for others, rather than perform himself, and he ended up producing The Ben Stiller Show and

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  7. Male Breast Enlargement (Gynecomastia)

    Elliot W. Jacobs, MD, knows a thing or two about enlarged breasts in men, and not just because he specializes in treating the condition. "My own breasts became enlarged when I was a teenager," says the New York plastic surgeon. "It was very embarrassing. Once, I went to my locker after gym class and

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  8. Understanding Male Depression

    Depression among men is more common than you might realize. About one in 20 men has an episode each year, but it’s not always easy to recognize. Many guys deny they have this illness, both to themselves and to friends and family.  Furthermore, says clinical psychologist David Wexler, PhD, author of

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  9. WebMD's On the Street: Working Dad

    "On the Street" profiles a WebMD the Magazine reader and his or her personal health challenges. We then tap top medical and healthy lifestyle experts for answers and solutions. In the October 2012 issue, Tay Person, 35, an implementation consultant from Somers Point, N.J., seeks help with increasing

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  10. 7 Ways High-Tech Gadgets Could Be Hurting You

    The computer revolution created new ways of working, sharing information, and having fun. Our high-tech gadgets and devices may be wonderfully expansive of our intellects, but they can be hard on our bodies. And being "always on" can take a toll on your health. Here are seven ways technology and the

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