On a regular basis, men are bombarded with clickbait ads promising fast results. Think taglines like "Get lean quick and have better sex!" These ads typically take advantage of common health myths that men don't always know how to dispel, according to Jesse Mills, M.D.

To help men navigate the wilderness of misinformation and dubious claims, which take up a tremendous amount of space in men's health, Mills put his expertise into "A Field Guide to Men's Health: Eat Right, Stay Fit, Sleep Well and Have Great Sex—Forever." The book offers reasonable lifestyle modifications men can make to take control of their health. At its core, good men's health consists of eating less, moving more and sleeping more, Mills emphasized.

An associate clinical professor of urology, Mills serves as director of the Men's Clinic at the University of California, Los Angeles, fellowship director of the UCLA male reproductive medicine and surgery program, and director of UCLA Urology