Compared to women, men avoid going to the doctor, skip more recommended screenings and tend to practice riskier behavior. They tend to live more years of their lives with bad health than their female counterparts
As you enter your 50s, it may cause you to pause and reflect on your lifestyle and personal health. As you’re asking yourself where the time has gone, you may start to rethink some unhealthy
The pressures girls and women face to achieve unrealistic body ideals have long been a subject of discussion, with many speculating the rising rates of eating disorders have a direct correlation to social media. Recently,
Approximately 1 in 8 men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer during their lifetime, making it the second most common cancer in American men. That may be a shocking stat to read because you may not hear about prostate cancer all that often. It may be even more shocking when you consider the fact that breast cancer has the same diagnosis rate in American women, yet you may hear about breast cancer research, prevention and treatment more often.
Sometimes when you have to loosen a notch in your belt, you have a good idea of what led to the sudden weight gain. But there are times when unexpected weight gain may have you
It’s not uncommon to hear stories of a family stricken by the common cold, the flu or any kind of “bug”, and while Mom gets it and still continues to care for her sick kids,
Men are more likely to get melanoma than women, and almost twice as many will die from this form of skin cancer. But why the stark difference between genders? We spoke with Dr. Natalia Palacio to understand why and to get her tips for how men can lower their risks.
The effects of the coronavirus have taken a sizable toll on many North Texas men, including fathers and husbands who may have suffered a job loss or other economic stress. No doubt, life today is vastly
For some North Texas men, the era of the novel Coronavirus has surfaced new and raw emotions driven by factors like job loss, change in financial situation, or concern for family members’ health and safety.
You may have a sudden, severe headache, feel weak or numb on one side of your face or body, have trouble speaking or understanding, or experience confusion and/or difficulty with your vision or motor coordination.