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  1. 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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  2. 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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  3. 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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  4. CDC: Military Veterans Report Poorer Health

    Aug. 2, 2012 -- Men who served in the military carry a heavier health burden than non-veterans. According to a CDC report released today, veterans are significantly more likely to have two or more chronic diseases, such as diabetes, heart disease, and high blood pressure, as well as other health pro

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  5. 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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  6. Men vs. Women: Whose Offices Are Germier?

    May 30, 2012 -- If you're reading this at work, brace yourself. A new study shows that typical offices have hundreds of types of bacteria in them, and men's offices have the most. Researchers report finding more than 500 different types of bacteria on common surfaces in offices in three major U.S. c

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  7. Top 6 Men's Health Questions

    Guys, it's never too late to start taking care of your health. It's also never too early. Too many men, however, fail to make health maintenance a part of their MO. Buck that trend and get proactive. Start by bringing up these six questions with your doctor. Yes, most days. A day off once a week is

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  8. Guy Buys: Grooming Essentials for Men

    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. 1. Neutrogena Men Sensitive Skin Oil-Free Moisture SPF 30, $6.99 This non-greasy formula

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  9. Gavin DeGraw's Fight Against Malaria

    Singer/songwriter Gavin DeGraw, 35, has been atop the pop music world since his 2003 album Chariot went platinum. But three years ago, that world started to seem too small for him. "There's a time, when you're pop-culture oriented, that you think, 'I need to do something more important than this,' "

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  10. Q&A with Joel McHale

    Joel McHale, 41, began his career at the University of Washington, where he received a Master of Fine Arts from the Professional Actors Training Program. His early career included time spent in local theater groups in Seattle, as well as small parts in CSI: Miami and Will & Grace. Best known, today,

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