Men's Health | Health Eagle - Part 5

Archives for Men's Health

HIV Positive: What Now?

by Lori Sciame October 8th, 2014 | Health Observance, Men's Health
If you find out you are HIV positive, you may feel devastated.  Of course the health care providers at the testing center gave you lots of information, both verbal and written, yet you may still feel lost.  Please understand that when hearing such news, it can be hard to digest everything you need to know.  Take heart.  Unlike 30 years ago, HIV can now be managed using special medications, plus community resources exist to help those who have been infected.  Keep asking questions.  Keep researching HIV/AIDS.  Remember - a take charge mentality will help you adjust much better.

Who Will
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Breast Cancer: Men Beware

by Lori Sciame October 2nd, 2013 | Health Observance, Men's Health
There is a common misconception that men do not need to worry about developing breast cancer.  On the contrary, the American Cancer society outlines five types of breast cancer that can (and do) affect males. These cancers mainly affect older men, but the disease can occur even at young ages. Because October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, take time to educate yourself about this disease, and how it can strike both genders, not just females.

A Quick Look at Prevalence 

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) outlines the potential risk of a male developing breast
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Problems with Roids

by Lori Sciame May 27th, 2013 | Men's Health
Steroid abuse does not seem to be slowing, even though most have heard that this drug can have serious effects on a man's health.  My question to any man is - why risk it, when the consequences of use can be deforming and even deadly?  Is it that important to develop super human strength?  After reading this article, I hope you agree it is more important to live a healthy and LONG life.

Steroids Defined 

Simply put, anabolic steroids are a synthetic version of the male hormone, testosterone.  When used under careful supervision by a physician, steroids can actually improve a
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The Testosterone Advantage Plan

by R. Carnavale June 20th, 2012 | Health Observance, Men's Health
The male hormone, testosterone, plays a big role in weight loss and muscle building; hence, a diet and exercise plan that enhances testosterone is a man’s key to getting and staying fit. The Testosterone Advantage Plan encourages men to eat lots of protein and to weightlift to lose pounds and to build muscle mass.

The men’s health “T” (as in “testosterone”) means forgetting the traditional USDA food pyramid in favor of a diet that’s 33% carbohydrates, 33% protein, and 33% fat. Every day, men should eat 2 grams (.07 oz.) of protein for every 2.2 pounds of body weight –
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Healthy Heart Rx: Afternoon Nap

by R. Carnavale June 12th, 2012 | Health Observance, Men's Health
Heart disease kills more than 650,000 Americans each year and is the nation's number 1 cause of death. But did you know that an afternoon siesta can substantially reduce your risk of having a death due to heart disease? A six-year study of 23,681 healthy male and female volunteers in Greece reveals that people who take a midday nap have a 37-percent lower risk of dying from heart disease than people who don’t. Even more startling: results from the study indicate that working men who nap have a 64-percent reduced risk of death when compared to their non-napping cohorts.

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