8 Ways to Save Your Heart

heart healthAs dads, we have a lot to live for. We have a family that’s depending on us. And we have a lot to look forward to. We want to be there for graduations and plays and first dates and driving lessons and marriage and seeing the bright smiles of our grandchildren. We want to think about on all the great moments we wouldn’t swap for any amount of money in the world.

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Are Night Owls Unhealthy?

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Photo by DevonTT

Most people fall into one of two categories; a night owl or a morning person. There are pros and cons to each one, but what most night owl men don’t realize is that their lifestyle is unhealthy. While there certainly isn’t anything wrong with staying up late from time to time, it’s generally an unhealthy habit that can affect your productivity, your stress levels, and even your mood.

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Enlarged Prostate – Thermobalancing Therapy For Your Enlarged Prostate

An enlarged prostate or benign prostatic hyperplasic (BPH) is a likely health scenario in many men’s lives as they progress past middle age. Although rarely present in men younger than the mid 40s, by age 55 about 25% of men will begin experiencing some of the signs and symptoms of BPH. Eventually, by age 75, half of men will be affected by the condition.

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New Rules for Men’s Heart Health

New Rules for Men's Heart HealthAre you worried about heart disease? You are not alone. Heart disease is the leading cause of death in men. In fact, the latest statistics show that over half of all deaths from heart disease are men. Each year, over one-half million people suffer their first coronary attack. Fortunately, new research can help men improve their chances of avoiding this life-threatening condition.

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The Gleason Scale – How Prostate Cancer Is Graded

Once prostate cancer has been diagnosed, it’s important for the doctor to be able to judge how widespread the cancer is and how aggressively it might grow. With this information, the doctor will be able to decide what the prognosis for the disease is, and what sort of treatment is necessary. To do this, physicians use a tool called the Gleason scale to classify the state of the disease.

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