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  1. How to Stop a Snoring Man

    Sometimes I snore like a steam shovel, other times more like a teakettle. This "gentle, unromantic music of the nose," as William Makepeace Thackeray called it, is the nighttime soundtrack in many homes. For most of us, snoring is no more than an irritant to those trying to sleep within range. But f

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  2. Alonzo Mourning's All-Star Rebound

    First and foremost, we're trying to bring as much attention as possible to kidney disease; educate the general public about risk factors such as high blood pressure, diabetes, and family history; share the warning signs and the importance of regularly seeing your doctor; and highlight organ donation

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  3. Prostate Drug May Not Dim Sex

    June 26, 2007 -- The prostate drug Proscar may have minimal effect on men's sexual function, a new study shows. Proscar is used to treat benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), a noncancerous prostate condition. Based on the findings, sexual effects "should not impact the decision to prescribe or take f

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  4. Why Men Skip Doctor Visits

    June 20, 2007 -- Many U.S. men only go to their doctor when they're extremely sick, skipping preventive care, a new survey shows. Harris Interactive conducted the online survey of more than 1,100 men for the American Academy of Family Physicians. The men completed the survey between April 30 and May

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  5. Exercise May Protect Men’s Bones

    June 20, 2007 -- Broken bones may be often associated with sporting injuries, but a new study shows that playing sports actually reduces the risk of broken bones over the long haul. Swedish researchers followed a group of middle-aged men for 35 years and found those who were most active throughout t

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  6. A Second Chance: Vasectomy Reversals

    For most men who get a vasectomy, the thought of a needing a vasectomy reversal later is the last thing on their mind. Gene McCroskey was just 23 when he had his vasectomy. He had already fathered a boy and a girl, timed just as he wanted. “His wife had endured two difficult pregnancies. Why, he fig

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  7. Medical Mysteries, She Wrote

    Why is hitting your funny bone anything but funny? Does sneezing really make your eyes pop out of your head? And why, no matter how hard you try, can't you stop from yawning when the person next to you yawns? Here are some of life's little medical mysteries -- solved. The funny thing is, the funny b

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  8. Andy Garcia Puts Family First

    Listening to Andy Garcia talk about his son's latest hobby, you get the sense that a toy caboose is just as important to the actor, director, and musician as the release of his latest feature film, Ocean's Thirteen, which opened last month to fanfare, here and abroad. "He plays a lot of trains," Gar

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  9. Food for Men: 10 Foods to Boost Male Health

    Men are different from women in all kinds of ways -- including their nutritional needs. These 10 foods can help deliver the nutrition a man needs.

  10. Low Testosterone May Up Male Mortality

    June 5, 2007 -- Low testosterone levels may be linked to a higher death rate in men aged 50 and older. That's according to a study presented today in Toronto at The Endocrine Society's 89th annual meeting. The study included nearly 800 men in Rancho Bernardo, Calif. The men enrolled in the study bet

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