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What to Eat to Prevent or Improve the Symptoms of ED

Find out what to put on your plate, what to avoid eating, and how these nutrients can help erectile dysfunction.

Foods to eat for a healthy prostate.

What Can I Eat to Reduce an Enlarged Prostate?

Find out whether what you’re eating is helping or harming your prostate health.

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Yes, Boys Should Get the HPV Vaccine, Too

The HPV vaccine: It’s not just for girls anymore. Learn why it’s important for boys to get vaccinated, how it helps prevent cancers in men, and more.

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Top 10 Foods for Prostate Cancer Prevention

Prostate cancer is the second most common cancer among men. Add these 10 foods to your diet to help lower your risk of developing prostate cancer.

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Which STI Tests Do You Need?

You may want to get tested for everything, but most of the time, that's not necessary. Here's what you should be tested for and when.

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How Men Can Protect Their Skin in the Winter

When it comes to knowing how to protect their skin during the winter months, most men are clueless. Here are some helpful tips.

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Rashes Men Get (and Don't Like to Talk About)

Men who work out and sweat are at higher risk of developing skin rashes. John Riddle explains some of the common rashes men get and how to prevent or treat them.

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Movember: Mustaches For Men's Health

Movember mustaches crop up every November as a way to drive awareness for men's health issues, including prostate cancer. Learn more about it.

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Medical Care on a Cruise: What to Know

A former cruise ship doctor explains what you can expect if you need medical care on the ocean.

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Why Men Die from Skin Cancer More Often than Women

Sunscreen use, knowledge about skin care, and regular medical care all help reduce the risk of skin cancer.