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When it comes to prostate cancer, there's a new treatment that makes men's own immune system act like a poweful super-drug.
A recent study found that just an extra four inches on your waist, could increase your risk of death from heart disease and other chronic illnesses.
Being tall and overweight could increase your risk of a deadly blood clot.
More and more guys are discovering what the stairmaster can't fix, the doctor can.
A new study giving hope to patients who chose agressive treatment.
It's the largest organ you have but guys out there should know, women are not the only ones who should be paying attention to their skin.
It's no secret as you age you begin to notice things changing a great deal with your body. And it's important to know what happens with testoserone as you get older.
It's the most common form of cancer in men, ages 15 to 35. Ninety percent of survivors are due to early treatment and detection.
They're some of the most widely over-the counter drugs, non-steroidal anti-imflammatories, but taking them could lead to a serious problem for men.
Those overnight trips to the bathroom aren't just annoying, they could be the sign of an underlying health issue.
A new report shows half of the men in the general population have the human papillomavirus or HPV the most common sexually transmitted infection.
Here's another worry for men who go bald early in life, a higher cancer risk.
Prostate gland diseases affect a large number of men.
Heart disease is a leading threat to men. Knowing how to take care of heart and how to look for warning signs, can mean the difference between life and death.
You don't have to be a smoker to develop lung cancer.