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Why Divorce Can Be So Bad for Men’s Health

Although divorce has become a constant reality in recent times, we often overlook its harmful effects, especially on middle-aged men. Thankfully, there are ways to mitigate the impact of divorce on men’s health.

Romantic Love and How It Affects the Male Brain

Although love is still a mystery to science, we still can’t help to ask ourselves: what is love? Why do we fall in and out of love? What makes us keep being in love with someone year after year? Science has never answered these questions.

Why Men Should Never Skip Cardio at the Gym

We all want that gorgeous, well-toned summer body. But no matter how hard we try to work out in the gym, we still get frustrated at the difficulty of losing weight or gaining muscle mass. Men have this impression that they would lose weight if they do cardio or are often embarrassed to do cardio since they look at it as “not manly.” But the truth is that cardio is vital for building muscle and toning your body.

The Best Protein Powders for Your Individual Goals

The target market of protein powders has spread across multiple consumer groups, from fitness enthusiasts to people looking to improve their overall health. If you are a consumer or have been eyeing protein powder for your diet, decide on your individual health goals first.

Explanations for Erectile Dysfunction

A recent study suggests that 1 in 10 men will have erectile dysfunction at some point in their lifetime. While the ailment typically affects older men, there has recently been a rise in erectile dysfunction reported in younger segments of the population. This is why it is vital to understand this element of sexual health.

Why Men’s Mental Health Is Often Forgotten

We always find new ways to stay healthy. We go to the gym, exercise at home, eat healthy meals and hydrate ourselves, but there is one aspect of our health that we often neglect – our mental health.

The Best Colognes and Deodorants for Men

A man’s life can get quite busy. So, he needs a refreshing cologne to smell incredible and a durable deodorant to last through the entire day. The key ingredient to finding the perfect cologne or deodorant is to know what you are looking for.

The Best Ways to Gain Weight

The health dangers of obesity are widely known, but being underweight can also put your health in danger. If you are an adult over the age of 20 with a body mass index (BMI) under 18.5, you may be at risk of various health issues, such as weakened immunity, infertility and hormonal problems. In addition, nutritional deficiencies can lead to anemia and osteoporosis and an increased mortality risk.

Viagra May Reduce Alzheimer’s Risk

Since there is currently no known cure for Alzheimer’s, people who have this disease sadly live with the inevitable truth that they will slowly lose their memory. People have researched for years to figure out a “cure” for Alzheimer’s, and nothing has been found to stop it. However, research has yielded some encouraging results, including a potential way to reduce the risk for Alzheimer’s.

Charity Begins at Home: An Interview with Dr. Samer Othman, D.D.S., M.P.H.

Everybody loves a good home improvement project and the benefits of the results—a home that meets and exceeds your needs better than before. What if that home is the entire town, the city in which you were born and raised and you had the knowledge and resources to strengthen it forever? Would you do it? Dr. Othman did, and still does.

A Life Lived to the Fullest Starts with Your Health

Taking care of mental, emotional and physical health is vital to living your life to the fullest. Health is a vital component of life, and good health, by extension, leads to a good life. Many things can be done to increase health and live a happier, healthier life.

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Let’s Look into the ‘Food as Medicine’ Trend

Did you know that your gut is constantly talking to your brain? Just think of how many times you’ve relied on the so-called ‘gut feeling’ before making a life-changing decision. Does the gut own the gift of foresight, telling us which road to take when at a crossroad?

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Let’s Look into the ‘Food as Medicine’ Trend

Did you know that your gut is constantly talking to your brain? Just think of how many times you’ve relied on the so-called ‘gut feeling’ before making a life-changing decision. Does the gut own the gift of foresight, telling us which road to take when at a crossroad?

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Let’s Look into the ‘Food as Medicine’ Trend

Did you know that your gut is constantly talking to your brain? Just think of how many times you’ve relied on the so-called ‘gut feeling’ before making a life-changing decision. Does the gut own the gift of foresight, telling us which road to take when at a crossroad?

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Let’s Look into the ‘Food as Medicine’ Trend

Did you know that your gut is constantly talking to your brain? Just think of how many times you’ve relied on the so-called ‘gut feeling’ before making a life-changing decision. Does the gut own the gift of foresight, telling us which road to take when at a crossroad?

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Profile Spotlight: Dr. Javaid Khan

Profile Spotlight: Dr. Javaid Khan

About Dr. Javaid Khan Dr. Javaid Khan, DO, is board-certified in two different specialties: Internal Medicine and Allergy and Clinical Immunology....

Cosmetic Dentistry

The Rich Have Stopped Aging (Part 2)

I recently watched an episode of Doctor Who, the British sci-fi TV show. In that episode, they used miraculous microscopic tiny robots to repair and...

The Rich Have Stopped Aging (Part 1)

That comes with getting old”is what society and the medical communities are telling us. Sit-ting in a prominent orthopedic surgeon’s office in 2012,...

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Issue 113

The Final Walk

Have you ever held a youngperson in your arms and watched her die? There is something about it that stays with a man until he takes his last breath....

The Rich Have Stopped Aging (Part 2)

I recently watched an episode of Doctor Who, the British sci-fi TV show. In that episode, they used miraculous microscopic tiny robots to repair and...

Issue 114

Dr. Joseph Mina Atalla

Originally from Egypt, Dr. Atalla spent his early childhood growing up in Cairo, Alexandria, and London. Then, when he was older, between Cairo,...

Recent Articles

The Telehealth Medical Cart That is Revitalizing the Dental Industry

Dental care includes regular visits to the dentist. However, this is a challenge for many people. The COVID-19 pandemic makes matters worse, not just for the patients, though. Even the dental industry struggles as well. The good...

Filling Multiple Roles for One Goal: An Interview with Dr. Beau Daniels, DC

Dr. Beau Daniels, DC, is one of those people. He wears multiple hats in the medical and sports arenas, integrating them all in a way that fills the holes he sees in the healthcare system for athletes. His tireless efforts are spearheading the way to a complete health system for both athletes and weekend warriors.

Let’s Look into the ‘Food as Medicine’ Trend

We often think about our muscles’ straining and our breathing when exercising. But what we don’t usually consider is how our bodies’ underlying mechanisms assist us. While we can’t see it, our bodies support us by firing innumerable chemical reactions, including hormones. Even though they aren’t as visible as muscles, one’s ability to exercise can be significantly impacted when these hormones are affected. This is especially true for women, who often undergo hormone fluctuations as a part of their bodies’ natural functions.

Let’s Look into the ‘Food as Medicine’ Trend

Did you know that your gut is constantly talking to your brain? Just think of how many times you’ve relied on the so-called ‘gut feeling’ before making a life-changing decision. Does the gut own the gift of foresight, telling us which road to take when at a crossroad?

A Businessman’s Passion for Healthcare: An Interview with Mr. Restee Collins

Restee Collins is an experienced businessman with a passion for healthcare. By collaborating with key people within the medical industry, he applies his sales savvy to enable preventative diagnostics and medical services for people across the country.

Your Gut Communicates Regularly with Your Brain

Did you know that your gut is constantly talking to your brain? Just think of how many times you’ve relied on the so-called ‘gut feeling’ before making a life-changing decision. Does the gut own the gift of foresight, telling us which road to take when at a crossroad?

Can Depression Affect the Immune System?

People are vulnerable to many disorders throughout their lives, such as depression, which can alter and harm your immune system and overall health. But how does depression affect the immune system?

What are the Best Vegetable Protein Sources?

While it will take some effort to determine which vegetable options will be most helpful to you, rest assured that the effort you put in will be worth it— understanding how to optimize your diet is a major step forward for those who want to take charge of their health. So, what are the best protein sources in vegetables?

Will Free Weights Hurt Your Body in the Future?

If you’re like most people, free weights aren’t the wisest approach to bodybuilding. After all, you’re lifting heavy objects and straining your muscles, so it’s only natural to worry that you might hurt yourself!

The Emerging Field of Regenerative Medicine: Part 2, Extracellular Vesicles, Exosomes and Signaling

In part two, I aim to bring transparency to the subject of exosomes, extracellular vesicles, nanoparticles and signaling modalities currently being utilized in regenerative medicine as an alternative to cellular therapy.

Do I Have Good Genetics for Bodybuilding?

Many people believe that genetics play a prominent role in determining how successful someone can be in bodybuilding. While it is true that genetics can influence factors such as muscle size and bone density, many other variables come into play when it comes to building muscle. So, if you’re wondering whether or not you have good genetics for bodybuilding, the answer is that it depends on a variety of factors.

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In this article, award-winning board-certified facial plastic surgeon Dr. Karan Dhir will share his perspective on the human side of plastic surgery. Dr. Dhir is a facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon specializing in facial, nasal and neck surgery. He notes that plastic surgery should not be viewed as a vanity procedure but rather to address physical needs and health issues.

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With the obstacle of fear out of the way, dental visits can be pleasant, and children are open to learning good dental habits and experiencing good health.

Caring for the Caretakers of the World: An Interview with Dr. Mona Orady

Caring for the Caretakers of the World: An Interview with Dr. Mona Orady

Women are incredible, powerful and strong creatures. They could run the world if they wanted to. Yet, why is it that women are always underserved and unheard? Dr. Mona Orady grew to be very familiar with this topic after listening to her mother’s circle of friends vent about their struggles as women in society. She would often hear the grown-ups complain about not getting the proper healthcare, and how they would feel uncomfortable about being treated by male doctors.

How Focus Helps You Cope with Stress

How Focus Helps You Cope with Stress

Experts agree that the best way to fight this vicious cycle is to change the things your mind is focusing on, either through various “focus-shifting techniques” or mindfulness exercises like meditation. By interrupting the body’s fight-or-flight feedback loop, temporarily occupying your mind with something other than the source of your stress can increase productivity and significantly reduce anxiety.

Inspire, Elevate, Uplift: An Interview with Dr. Alyx Porter Umphrey, MD

Inspire, Elevate, Uplift: An Interview with Dr. Alyx Porter Umphrey, MD

By drawing inspiration from within and from others, Dr. Alyx Porter Umphrey, MD, found success in a medical field in which being a black woman is rare. She then paid it forward, creating an organization with her husband, Dr. Gregory Umphrey, that supports minority medical students.
Dr. Porter Umphrey is a neurologist with the Mayo Clinic in Phoenix, Arizona. She specializes in neuro-oncology, focusing on tumors of the brain and spinal cord, brain metastases and neurological complications of cancer with its treatment.

Giving Back and Moving Forward: A Life of Service with Dr. Gregory Umphrey

Giving Back and Moving Forward: A Life of Service with Dr. Gregory Umphrey

Some people dedicate themselves to a life of service. They choose careers and opportunities to provide services that improve and often save the lives of others. Dr. Gregory Umphrey, M.D., is one of those people. Between his medical career and ElevateMeD, a nonprofit organization he and his wife founded to help medical students, he has made life better for many.