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There’s nothing unmanly about wanting to look good. Get the latest on grooming, skin care, and treatments for thinning hair.

Skin and Hair

Generally speaking, you are a good candidate for cosmetic surgery if you are close to your ideal body weight, a nonsmoker, and are emotionally and socially in good shape.

Some guys might not be willing to admit it, but men need to pamper their skin and hair. WebMD asked Paul M. Friedman, MD, director of the Dermatology & Laser Surgery Center in Houston, for his top product picks.

About 85% of men will have significant hair thinning by the time they're 50, according to the American Hair Loss Association. Some men begin to lose their hair before they even turn 21.

Belly fat, back hair, drenching sweat, a bright red nose -- these top WebMD's list of body problems that plague men. Pictures help explain the causes and solutions.

Most men who have acne as teenagers will outgrow the condition. But some men will still have severe acne decades later.

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