If you have polycystic ovary syndrome, a new nutritional approach might work for you.
If you have polycystic ovary syndrome, a new nutritional approach might work for you.
From menses to menopause and sex to childbirth, there are benefits to this low-impact exercise.
From nutrition to exercise to surgical procedures, there are healthy ways you can shed pounds.
Just 150 minutes each week lower the risk of chronic diseases and add more 'rev' in the bedroom.
Just 150 minutes each week lower the risk of chronic diseases and add more 'rev' in the bedroom.
Being active is good for everyone, but there are benefits specific to males.
Starting an aerobic exercise routine might be the key ingredient for more powerful climaxes.
Starting an aerobic exercise routine might be the key ingredient for more powerful climaxes.
Fitness is an essential element to improving general health, but remember, you are what you eat.
Workouts boost testosterone levels and cardiac function, both of which improve sexual function.
Workouts boost testosterone levels and cardiac function, both of which improve sexual function.
Don't underestimate the power of being fit. It really is the 'magic pill.'
Exercise and nutrition can help prevent inflammatory bowel disease, new research suggests.
Losing a few pounds looks different for everyone, but the benefits are universal.
Taking a stroll for as little as 30 minutes a day can improve sexual health.
Some products really do work, but how do they affect your sexual health?
Some products really do work, but how do they affect your sexual health?
Some products really do work, but how do they affect your sexual health?
It's time to make that resolution to give your libido a clean slate.
It's time to make that resolution to give your libido a clean slate.
Workouts, or simply walking, can help ovulation and relieve stress, but there are precautions.
From 12th-century Asia to today's fitness studios, the art form has traveled to the mainstream.
Your phallus is an organ, not a muscle, so 'workouts' could be detrimental.
Ultramarathon athletes and coaches reflect on how the extreme endurance sport relates to sex.
All exercise is good exercise, but will it help preserve your energy, strength and sex life?
Healthy living is a priority for many people, but not all diet trends are helpful.
Midsection weight and girth affect vascular health, a known erectile dysfunction risk factor.
Muscle dysmorphia is on the rise, especially among young men, experts say.
Maintaining a healthy weight, lifestyle and diet are key elements to preventing this condition.
Staying fit is a proven way to keep the penis, and the blood vessels feeding it, in good shape.
Chronic muscle contraction can be managed effectively with medical and physical treatments.
Author and urologist Jesse Mills, M.D., challenges misconceptions about men's sexual health.
Rolling out your mat when you're expecting can have advantages for body and mind.
Don't waste time on exercises that don't deliver results—get the best bang for your buck.
Biking has its health benefits, but is it exerting a little too much pressure on your privates?
You may have retired from work, but it's not the time to stop working out.
Diet culture may be outdated, but concerns over caloric intake still raise health questions.
It's important to take care of your physical and mental health during the menopausal transition.
Nutrition and activity are keys to looking and feeling your best during this natural transition.
The new drug, Mounjaro, lowers blood-sugar levels, a proven boon to overall and sexual health.
Many of them are very good, but seniors may consider extra features before downloading one.
Poor heart health can affect your erections, but regular physical activity can help.
But vulvar discomfort, the correct terminology, is very real.
You could be scratching your scrotum due to a number of causes.
Experts say food restrictions fundamentally won't succeed for sustainable weight loss.
Simply put, extreme fitness can negatively affect fertility, but it's complicated—and fixable.
Experience orgasms at the gym without having sex.
Nine out of 10 people with kidney disease don't know they have it. Don't let that be you.
To get on the path to optimal vaginal health, deconstruct stigma and misconceptions.
As part of an overall regimen, the practice may yield physical, mental and sexual rewards.
Learn how to cope with aches below your waist without compromising your quality of life.
Exercising too much, and eating too little, can have a wide range of health consequences.
Getting the perfect booty doesn't have to mean spending thousands of dollars on surgery.
Direct testosterone benefits from high-intensity interval training are documented but limited.
The benefits and risks of time-restricted food consumption largely depend on the individual.
No matter how hot your love life is, you still need to keep warm.
Choices you make—and some factors you can't control—may affect your sperm quality.
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Skin rippling and discomfort are common after submuscular implantation.
Managing diabetes may feel like an uphill battle, but the climb is simpler than you think.
Making even small changes to what you do (and don't) eat can improve the gland's health.
Keeping prostate- and vascular-caused urinary symptoms in check may lead to better erections.
Shortening the race by 20 kilometers wasn't enough to prevent the effects of extreme cold.
These two autoimmune conditions originate in the digestive system and can lead to cancers.
The reason may not matter in the moment, but sometimes ED is the exception, not the rule.
Even when it's right before bed, working out can help you get a better night's rest.
Your exercise program can make a difference to your diagnosis, recovery and future recurrence.
Think this is too boring to read? Well, having more sex is one of the suggestions.
Fighters hold strong views about abstinence during training—here’s what the research says.
Body-strengthening exercises can improve erectile dysfunction symptoms for many men.
The BMI has been a key measure of public health for decades, but many say it's ineffective.
Exercise doesn't just do your muscles good, it can also improve your cognitive function.
It's not always a sudden and forceful accident that brings agony to your penis or testicles.
Getting tested five years earlier could make a difference in detection, treatment and survival.
When you feel like your world is out of control, regular workouts may help.
PFD interferes with quality of life and sexual enjoyment, but exercising correctly can help.
More than 12.1 million Americans will have atrial fibrillation by 2030. Don't be one of them.
Erections are all about blood flow, and high glucose levels can damage the passageways.
When your pastimes become a compulsion, they can undermine every aspect of your life.
As you age, how you exercise can help protect, and even improve, your bone strength.
If you thought turning 40 was tough, welcome to a whole new assortment of challenges.
Hormones and life events impact your body, but lifestyle choices can help you navigate changes.
Dizziness comes and goes but could be a sign of a vestibular disorder.
When it comes to your body, turning 50 can be very different from turning 40.
Dizziness, abnormal heart rate and loss of balance can happen—but what if it's POTS?
This lung disorder can be debilitating, but it doesn't have to spell the end of your sex life.
It's not just an old person's condition, and misconceptions can delay diagnosis.
A dancer discusses the highlights and challenges of her profession.
A new diagnosis can be overwhelming, but with practice, you can learn to control the disease.
Though rare, ILD represents a serious group of disorders you need to know about.
What do people who dedicate themselves to helping others do to help themselves?
Varicoceles usually don't require treatment unless they affect quality of life or fertility.
Smart devices are in many homes, on our bodies and a part of countless daily routines.
Exercise, even of light intensity, can help the prostate gland and its connected systems.
The disease, which gradually clogs arteries, can lead to erectile dysfunction and more.
Only time and more trials will tell us if the controversial decision was the right one.
The way you shake it at the club may actually be a biological phenomenon.
A Colorado hiking group is breaking body stigma in outdoor spaces.
A good night's sleep is critical to overall well-being, including your sex life and erections.
Not feeling right? You might not be getting enough water, even if you have your daily 64 ounces.
Delayed onset muscle soreness can be alleviated with a few tried-and-true exercises.
Carbs, proteins and fat all play a role in complete nutrition.
It's not uncommon for a weight-loss trend to go viral, but this one looks a little different.
What may seem like a small, single tick bite can affect your health in the future.
Most products haven't been tested or researched, so do your homework and talk to your doctor.
Don't just sit there—you could be working out and finishing the day feeling great.
A lot of American adults have hypertension, but few of us do anything about it.
A plant-based diet can help reduce your risk of erectile dysfunction, a new study concludes.
Lifestyle changes can help reduce your risk of developing cancer.
A blockage in the abdominal aorta limits blood flow to the legs and another important body part.
Can strength training tone your tatas? Experts weigh in.
Tips and information to help ensure a solid night's sleep.
Celebrities may endorse skipping days or even weeks, but don't turn off the faucet just yet.
'I was so tired of rejection...I turned to steroids to improve my physique.'
The absence of testosterone and other hormones may signal future bone loss.
Not all exercise routines are created equal, so prevent injury by easing into your next one.
As an essential component of erections, NO can be a big yes in avoiding ED.
If your stomach muscles separated significantly during pregnancy, recovery is possible.
Understanding fertility and the lifestyle choices that affect it are crucial to conception.
A daily routine can aid the mind, body and soul—and maybe ease erectile dysfunction symptoms.
These "sexercises" can benefit both your health and your sex life.
The causes of ED often differ between older and younger guys, but the effects are the same.
Managing both conditions comes down to common sense. Talking to your doctor is a great start.
Therapeutic interventions, diet and exercise may help you overcome mental health conditions.
Coffee consumption is associated with a lower risk of the disease, but don't go too crazy.
Completely severing pole dancing from its strip club roots is more than disrespectful.
Can routines like qigong and tai chi help people coping with trauma or other crises?
It’s not just for kids—here’s what you need to know.
Breaking a sweat regularly while pregnant can benefit you in delivery and postpartum recovery.
A well-known culprit in poor diets, excessive sodium can also directly affect erections.
The ultimate guide to healing so you can get on with your life.
CAD is another heart condition tied to ED, but the impact can be lessened if you're proactive.
If your child has trouble breathing, check the context, know the triggers and go see a doctor.
Working out is also great for your health and confidence.
Changes to the central nervous system’s pain response can cause anxiety and depression.
Changing your diet and introducing exercise to your regimen may up your odds of stopping cancer
You can't turn back time, but these lifestyle changes may help you look and feel younger.
Leaking urine while exercising is common, but it isn't normal. Your core plays a vital role.
Choose how you want to drop pounds, but be careful of ineffective or dangerous practices.
Have you ever woken up and been briefly unable to move at all? Hint: It's not the sandman.
No motivation to get up and go exercise? Try a different approach.
The mechanics of diabetes-related damage are complicated, but controllable.
Exercising with your children sets a positive example as you squeeze in a bit of self-care.
Tracking your period can help you get the most out of your gym time.
Men shouldn't feel embarrassed to show a crotch-area outline while working out.
The obsession with taking up less space damages self-esteem and health. Gaining muscle can help.
One of the most underrated fitness skills that'll benefit you in old age.
The first can cause the second, which can be a sign of the first. It's all about blood flow.
Specific exercises might be elusive, but overall activity is definitely beneficial.
A bladder sling requires highly specialized surgery that benefits more people than you'd think.
The low-intensity poses of restorative yoga can calm your endocrine system and enhance wellness.
Prolonged exposure to an elevated blood glucose level causes many issues. This test monitors it.
Be more empowered in your decision if the doctor recommends a cesarean.
After 14 years with bipolar disorder, an additional diagnosis of Parkinson’s Disease shook me.
Since PCOS affects your body's delicate hormonal balance, what else can follow?
It’s not just a challenge for the body or mind but a combination of both that made me stronger.
Strengthening this muscle group is important for everyone, especially women entering menopause.
They sound similar, and both deal with self-image, but don't get these two words confused.
How much do you know about the process that factors heavily into male fertility?
We all know activity is good for you, but what is it that makes you feel so mentally refreshed?
Parents play a significant role in how children perceive their bodies and develop self-worth.
Like all weight loss medical procedures, this innovation has significant benefits and risks.
As estrogen levels drop, we’re more prone to certain diseases— simple steps offer protection.
Your brain and body depend on sugar, but how much is too much or not enough in your diet?
They're the key to success in male fertility, so know how to improve sperm quality.
Is the desire to look and feel like a superhero causing men to go too far in their workouts?
Here’s how to get your mind and body ready to make it to the finish line of your first 5K.
Whether T2 is a new or old challenge in your life, these refresher FAQs can help.
When body chemicals get out of whack, it can affect every aspect of your life.
So, you booked your first Spartan race. What’s next?
Fatigue, insomnia, mood swings and hair loss are just a few of the far-reaching effects.
Creating a supportive lifestyle is one of the best investments you can make in yourself.
More reasons not to use anabolic steroids: Shrunken balls, low sperm count and infertility.
Getting back to the grind can be an uphill battle.
Arthritis pain and stiffness can both be reduced with exercise, but easy does it.
Drinking water and knowing how to wash your face are not enough for flawless skin.
Understand the ways doctors stage and rate prostate cancer, and how they talk about it.
Certain dietary and lifestyle changes can tame inflammation and improve your libido.
Don't panic if you pee a little during Pilates—it's common in adult women of all ages.
Most men will experience some form of ED, but these numbers are clues to reducing your risk.
Running is a straightforward and accessible exercise, but that doesn't make it the best choice.
The disease has a promising recovery rate, especially if you take an active role in treatment.
Going for a few laps around your neighborhood may do more for you than you think.
A 2019 study shows that high-intensity gym rats are more likely to get injured than beginners.
Can hard athletic training negatively affect your ability to get pregnant?
Your desk-jockey and couch-potato habits might impact your chance of having kids.
Exercise is excellent for your health, but is too much a bad thing?
Can you strive for fitness while appreciating your natural form?
With heavily restricted diets picking up in popularity, here's how they can affect your body.
Stress impacts your level of sexual desire, but it may do so differently for men and women.
Stress impacts your level of sexual desire, but it may do so differently for men and women.
Celebrate a healthy new start by resuming your pre-pandemic exercise regimen. Just be careful.
The fatigue many women experience around menstruation has an explanation (and a solution).
Though it's common and often harmless, an ignored case of BPH can lead to complications.
Help your partner manage these conditions so both of you can enjoy a satisfying sex life.
Sudden shifts in emotion are a frustrating side effect of a new life stage. Here’s how to deal.
Like the other parts of your body, your prostate needs the right foods to stay healthy.
If you're having trouble getting ready for love, your beer belly could be the culprit.
Aging means some inevitable memory issues, but you can decelerate the process.
Men who want to be a father can make lifestyle changes to ensure they produce quality sperm.
Stress can compromise your immunity and increase the risk of relapse after prostate cancer.
Liven up your workouts, and you can liven up the bedroom as well.
Optimal sperm health benefits from a well-regulated scrotal environment.
How is prostatitis treated? What are some prevention methods? Here are the answers you need.
Foreskin or no foreskin, your bits need a good cleaning. Find out how to get in there properly.
Many men suffer from erectile dysfunction, but that doesn't mean you can't prevent it.
A holistic approach can relieve menstrual cramps if pharmaceuticals are not for you.
You're strengthening more than your muscles when you work out.
Alzheimer's disease is becoming more prevalent, but you can slow its development.
The challenges of menopause require a special focus on exercise.
With dietary supplements and workout adaptations, you don't have to suffer through your period.
Breast health can't be separated from full-body health, and there are many benefits to both.
Breaking a sweat may be your secret weapon in the fight against erectile dysfunction.
You can't always prevent fertility problems, but you can avoid some of the risk factors.
Since the two conditions are so closely tied together, treating one should improve both.
Learn how the shape and swimming style of sperm affect male fertility.
Changes in your urine stream could point to one of two prostate issues. Find out what they are.
Sometimes periods aren't as timely as they should be. What's to blame?
Daily yoga and meditation practice can treat and prevent the most impactful menstrual symptoms.
From causing bad moods to ED, low testosterone can take a toll. Here's how to help your partner.
Learn what you can do to maintain your erections so diabetes won't wreck your love life.
PMS can trigger painful fibromyalgia symptoms, but self-care can help.
Symptom mitigation is key to living with benign prostatic hyperplasia, which can affect any man.
Diabetic men are more prone to erectile issues than men at large. Get answers that help.
How and why ovarian health isn’t just about having children.
You may be able to improve your sexual health by drinking more water and staying hydrated.
Bringing a baby into the world can bring emotional upheaval. Here's how to support your partner.
Hitting the weights may have physical benefits, but it can also boost self-image and libido.
You don't have to feel helpless—here's how to take action.
No one can prepare for a cancer diagnosis, but there are ways to manage your emotions.
Moving about the office or home a little at a time will make your body and brain thank you.
Without enough sleep, all aspects of your health can suffer. But how much is enough?
Your own body is the best piece of workout equipment you could ask for.
Exercise is important when you're expecting, but some activities do more harm than good.
You already have all the mental tools needed to calm a panic attack—just be ready to use them.
The much-touted benefits of the HIIT workout may not outweigh the risks. Proceed with caution.
You may believe abstaining will keep your legs strong. Science has a different answer.
As testosterone levels decline with age, men may experience a range of symptoms.
As exercise, running is an excellent option, but it could contribute to urinary issues.
Are you living with chronic pain but don't want to resort to narcotics? You have options.
Aching joints don’t have to ruin your romantic life.
Exercise may be the best medicine for your body. But how effective is it to fight substance use?
A clinical diagnosis of panic disorder opens the doors to treatment and recovery.
Understanding therapeutic strategies can help you help a loved one battle panic disorder.
With a bit of creativity and courage, you can find new paths to reaching your full potential.
Taking care of your baby and taking care of yourself don't have to be mutually exclusive goals.
With patience and positivity, you can be the secret weapon in a friend's battle against tobacco.
Minimizing anxiety and distress reduces the negative mental health impacts for patients.
It all comes down to the tiniest blood vessels in the male body.
Pain from endometriosis can be unbearable and hard to treat. Massage therapy may help.
The links are so clear that ED can even predict cardiovascular problems.
Addressing one condition can help with the other, but only if you speak up.
Self-care is a good remedy for the negative side effects of radiation therapy.
Because the penis plays a vital role in bodily functions, maintaining its health is essential.
Some exercises purport to add length to your 'love muscle.' Hey, it's worth a shot!
Keeping blood sugar in check by watching your diet can also help with erectile function.
Coping with cancer is daunting. Learning about the next steps and hopeful outcomes can help.
Choose from countless forms of exercise and meditation for a regular anti-anxiety boost.
Left untreated, anxiety can lead to serious long-term physical and mental health complications.
Post-surgery, careful choices ensure a smooth transition back to your exercise routine.
Exercise can reduce the symptoms of PTSD and improve sufferers' quality of life.
Meditation is a risk-free way to improve many conditions, and it may be easier than you think.
Anxiety and other aspects of mental health can be complicated to track or articulate.
Your body and mind go through a lot during 'the fourth trimester.' Pay attention to them.
Most cervical cancers can be prevented with help from your doctor and a healthy immune system.
Approaching each condition separately can help with both.
Are you making a fresh start? Here's how you can return to healthy living after an addiction.
A leaner, meaner you means lower blood sugar and better erections.
Lifestyle changes and proper treatments could help get you in the mood.
Studies of testosterone's effect on diabetes also offer insights into erectile dysfunction.
Crunches—among other exercises—can indeed make you climax.
Studies show this cosmetic treatment may also improve symptoms of an enlarged prostate.
To protect your and your baby's health while breastfeeding, take action and be prepared.
Men with diabetes are more likely to suffer from ED, but do ED drugs work well for diabetic men?
You can control some risks for prostate cancer but not others. Find out what you can do.
Ignore the conflicting information out there about how to get in shape. Here's the bottom line.
The benefits of exercise extend to the bedroom, but they take commitment and work.
Find out why balanced nutrition, exercise and stress management should be top priorities.
Numerous studies show a strong interplay between depression and erectile dysfunction.
Surprise: Silicon Valley is ready to capitalize on a multibillion-dollar market.
The metabolic process affects how you process food and plays a role in a healthy libido.
If you're struggling to stay erect, your first call should probably be to your cardiologist.
If you're struggling to stay erect, your first call should probably be to your cardiologist.
Making yoga integral to your workout may improve overall health and be good for your prostate.
Even if workouts aren't doable, everyone should welcome stretching into their daily routine.
Reducing anxiety is critical in PTSD treatment, and there are countless ways to get started.
Part of staying healthy and active as you age means taking control of your bone health.
Cycling is great for maintaining an active life—but daily rides may impact your sex life.
While you manage arthritis, you can still have a comfortable, even robust, lifestyle.
Aligning your exercise routine with your hormones can maximize health and wellness.
From medical checkups to lifestyle choices, stay on top of your reproductive health.
Over 35 and pregnant? Here are tips and advice for moms-to-be.
A healthy diet may help reverse negative effects that are causing sexual dysfunction.
Here's what you need to know about the advertisements you've seen for low-T solutions.
A lower weight has all kinds of health benefits, adding greater gusto for living and loving.
More than 27,000 women under age 45 are expected to be diagnosed with breast cancer this year.
Life with endometriosis can be improved by implementing strengthening and stretching exercises.
It might be easier than you think to find a fun, rewarding way to get your move on.
Understanding your ED means first knowing how diabetes and erections interact with each other.
Proper nutrition and exercise are top priorities, but three additional methods can help, too.
Committing to a regular practice benefits many areas that affect your breasts.
Frequent sufferers don't despair: This troublesome fungal infection is easily treated.
Your pregnancy journey should include exercise, but be careful of how much.
You can feel better...naturally. Here are some possible remedies for you to manage your pain.
This BPH surgery, which can produce long-lasting effects, is suitable for many patients.
A strong, healthy ticker is the foundation for strong, healthy sexual function.
The link may not be direct, but chronic stress can affect your menstrual cycle. Find out how.
Knowing how to optimize your fertility could help you and a partner conceive.
Sexual intercourse gets the blood pumping and the sex position might feel like some form of yoga
Burn some extra calories during sex by concentrating on already-engaged muscle groups.
Arm yourself with the facts, dispel the myths and work with a doctor to avoid cancer.
These tips require minimal effort and expense but could make all the difference for fertility.
You don't have to live with pain. Learn the facts and don't be fooled by misconceptions.
Don’t interrupt foreplay for lunges, but daily stretching can improve intimate evenings.
While the prostate is key for procreation in younger men, it becomes a health concern as we age.
Don't panic! Blood in your urine can be very bad, or sometimes not so bad.
Wearing one won't increase your cancer risk, but keep in mind other health issues.
Osteoporosis is avoidable, but if you have it, exercise isn't prohibited. Know the facts.
Frequent anxiety can wreak havoc on your sex life, unless you learn to overcome it.
Though there's little science on the subject, studies indicate men can have multiple orgasms.
What you think you know about PEVR, and the needs of your own ego, might be wrong.
Let's separate the facts from the fiction on this important health issue.
Feeling stressed? You're not alone. Know the facts, so you can live a better life.
We bust some heart disease myths so you can make better choices about your heart health.
Feeling down can impact your interest in getting down. Here, how to reignite the spark.
Early loss of bone mass to osteoporosis can be difficult to detect, but it is possible.
Jumping on the latest fitness craze might be a waste of time and money. Get the facts.
Forget that rare, juicy steak—a plant-based diet may help combat ED symptoms.
The answer depends, unsurprisingly, on how much effort you’re putting in.
Hitting the gym can absolutely make you horny—mostly due to exercise-induced hormones.
When it comes to colorectal cancer, separating fact from fiction could save your life.
You can navigate a healthy pregnancy even with eating disorders or body-image issues.
What do the success rates advertised by IVF clinics actually mean for prospective patients?
Whether you’re planning to have a family now or later, here’s what to know about healthy sperm.
Electronics have been linked to male infertility, but men can take steps to reduce the risks.
Doctors recommend that everyone increase levels of activity to prevent bone density loss.
Exercise is great for your health, but are you missing key pelvic muscles in your routine?
Take the gym to wherever you want it: Visit local parks, use phone apps and watch videos.
Sex is one of the most fun forms of exercise. Here’s how to maximize the intensity.
Cycling is good for you, but understand the factors that might affect your sexual performance.
Sex is great, but it can be even better if you prime your body with regular exercise.
Cardio work, strength training and Kegels can give men a boost in both libido and performance.
You love your partner and want the best for them, but be wary of sending the wrong message.
One of the best ways to get healthy and improve sexual performance is with a yoga routine.
Intense cycling can involve hours of pressure on your most vulnerable areas. Should you worry?
Exercising after giving birth can be important to your physical and mental well-being.
Let’s blow up four big, fat lies about the sex lives of overweight people, once and for all.
Excess pounds can lead to low-T, high blood pressure, heart disease and ED. Time to lose weight!
Cardiovascular health is a key for maintaining a healthy sex life as you age.
From everyday stress to chronic disorders, your anxiety has a direct impact on your erection.
Eat, exercise, love and even laugh your way to better health when you produce ‘happy’ hormones.
You’ll blast off like never before once you try these tips and techniques.
Through support and healthy adjustments, you’ll be more equipped for postpartum depression.
Consider this information when you weigh the options for hormone replacement therapy.
While cisgender men probably haven’t worried much about it, it's still a risk.
If you have perceived ejaculate volume reduction, try these easy steps to address it.
Erectile dysfunction affects tens of millions of U.S. men, but exercise can change that figure.
You started working out but somehow fell off the wagon? Here’s how to get back on—and stay on.
Recognizing, managing and preventing stress will help you make the most of your love life.
Just a few small changes to your daily routine can make a big difference to your well-being.
If you want to get fit at home, you don’t need to spend a fortune on fancy exercise machines.
Looking to add some new life to your sex life? Exercise may prove helpful.
Watch for the warning signs of heart disease, and learn how you can prevent this deadly disease.
Asthma is annoying at best and fatal at worst. Don’t let it take the wind out of your sex life.
PMS is more than just a regular inconvenience for women who suffer serious symptoms every month.
There are critical steps to manage PPD, a serious condition that affects moms after childbirth.
About 15 percent of couples in the U.S. struggle with infertility issues. But they have options.
For men who suffer from prostatitis, natural treatments may provide much-needed relief.
Don't delay! Preventive measures now can help you later.
While most males were circumcised as babies, some adult men are choosing to undergo the snip.
A decline in penis sensitivity can be a hurdle, but there are ways to bring the feeling back.
Your semen quality could be an indicator of your overall health, for better or worse.
A healthy sperm count points to good overall health, so keep your count high with these tips.
Lifestyle changes and new treatments can help men get more nitric oxide and promote blood flow.
Diabetes and ED share common underlying factors. Addressing the source is often the solution.
Solving the mysteries of erectile dysfunction can ease anxiety and prepare you for next steps.
There’s no surefire way to avoid prostate cancer, but preventive measures may lower the risk.
Male infertility can have many causes, but a proactive approach can yield positive results.