People often don’t expect men to get breast cancer. But males do, in fact, have a small amount of breast tissue, and they can get breast cancer — thought it’s far less common than in women.
Learn why some men can’t grow a full beard, what medical conditions affect beard growth and three things to help with beard fullness.
While we typically associate postpartum depression with women, new fathers can experience serious mood changes after bringing baby home, too. Here’s why and what to do if you’re experiencing paternal postpartum depression.
Men — can you be too young for a vasectomy? And how do you know you’re in a good place to make the decision? A men’s health expert answers these vasectomy questions and more.
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What’s normal when it comes to your penis? It turns out small, crooked, bumpy and blue penises are all within the realm of normal. When it comes to a penis, it’s about function rather than form.
You wouldn’t hesitate to help a buddy move. You wouldn’t miss your kids’ soccer games or dance recitals. People count on you — so if you’ve got a health concern, get it checked out.
Male osteoporosis is more common than we think, says family medicine doctor Donald Ford, MD. Here’s the best way to prevent it.
Rumors about Viagra make some men hesitant to try it. Find out what’s true, what’s not, and how that little blue pill might actually help protect your penis.
How does a beer belly form, and why does it feel so hard? A family medicine doctor answers common questions about belly fat.
Easier to research your men’s health issue online than it is to tell your partner or your doctor about it? You’re not alone. Discover what a Cleveland Clinic survey finds. (And if you have a health concern, MENtion it!)