Category : Men’s Health

Impotence In Younger Men – It Really Happens

When we think about impotence, we usually think of it as something that affects older men, but this is not always the case, so it is important that we realize that impotence does strike younger men, too. Actually, there are an increasing number of younger men who are suffering from impotence, and it is essential that we get more information on how to address this problem with this population. read more

32,000 Good Men

Prostate Cancer Study

Can taking dietary supplements help ward off prostate cancer? The National Cancer Institute has launched the largest-ever study of its kind to find out.

And it needs 32,400 men to step up and take part in the trial, the NCI announced today.

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Are You Putting Your Fertility at Risk?

Trying to get your partner pregnant and it isn’t working? There is a 40 percent chance you either have low sperm count or your sperm are poor fallopian canal swimmers.

Once you have ruled out the chance it might your partner’s problem — due to age, or ovulation or anatomical problems — what do you do?

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Health of the Father

Fathers-to-be determine the sex of the unborn child in the fertilization process. Each sperm contains either an X or Y chromosome; female eggs contain only the X chromosome. The Y chromosome from the father produces a boy. Two X chromosomes, one from the mother and one from the father, produce a girl.

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The Honor of Fatherhood Post 3

Divorced non-custodial fathers often feel left out of the picture. They feel that because of the loss of their relationships, for whatever reason, with the children’s mother, they lose their relationship to their children. Most people start a family with the whole complete picture. Unfortunately, about half of all marriages do not make it these days. Large percentages of children live with one parent and have visitation with the other. read more

The Honor of Fatherhood Post 2

I teach the four Ls of parenting and fathering. The first L is Love. It is important that our children feel worthy of our love and feel that we truly love them. The second L is Like. Liking our children allows us to enjoy them as people. The third L is for Limits. Our job is to teach our children what they need to know to survive in this world. To that end, we must set limits for them. Consistent limits and consequences, not punishment, is a proven learning environment. The fourth and most powerful L is for Likeness. Our children will be a lot like us. Identification and imitation is how children learn who they are. read more

The Honor of Fatherhood Post 1

I remember sitting with a group of men. We had just watched a video about the men’s consciousness movement. We were to discuss our thoughts and feelings about being men in this society. Many of us did not know what to say. We had never really questioned it. read more