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HIV Info for Men

by Lori Sciame December 8th, 2016
While being diagnosed with HIV may not be the death sentence it once was, the disease still causes serious health concerns. Because of this, men should continue to take precautions to avoid contracting the HIV virus.

HIV can only be contracted by sharing certain bodily fluids: blood, semen, and vaginal
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World AIDS Day and Women

by Margot F. December 1st, 2016
December 1st is World AIDS Day and an excellent opportunity to take a look at how this serious disease impacts women. Since the AIDS pandemic in the 1980s has subsided, it is easy to be complacent about contracting AIDS. Also, previously, only gay men contracted this horrible disease. Unfortunately, in 2013, AIDS continues to be a serious problem globally for gay men and also, heterosexual women. While media reports show how HIV/ AIDS has ravaged sub-Saharan Africa, the number
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Gifts of Health

by Lori Sciame November 22nd, 2016
The present buying frenzy has begun.  We make lists, run from store to store, and wrap frantically all in the name of love.  Why not take the love you feel for the men in your life and push it a step further?  To do this, purchase presents that inspire healthy living. By choosing to give gifts that improve a man's health, you will be making a positive impact on a loved one's life.  Read this post to learn more
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  • Living with Alzheimer’s: Prolonging Memories

    by Joe Lawrence November 17th, 2016
    Imagine hearing that you have Alzheimer's. The fear of losing memories, the fear of forgetting those around you, and the fear of losing the ability to do everyday things you have come to enjoy. There are a few things that can be done to prolong these precious moments.

    The one thing that people fear losing the most (after a love one, of course) is the family photos. This is because
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  • The Arts and Alzheimer’s

    by Louise November 10th, 2016
    There are many ways that an Alzheimer caregiver can help enrich the life of an affected person, whether it is helping with daily planning, communication, or food and eating. Did you know that music and art are great care tools for people living with Alzheimer's disease? Music and art are unique activities, because they allow self-expression and engagement. Both of these factors can truly help enrich the life of
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  • Chemicals and Reproductive Issues

    by Jessica B. November 3rd, 2016
    Women’s fertility declines greatly after the age of 35, but decreased fertility begins already at the age of 30 and now some scientists and doctors are afraid that exposure to chemicals may be speeding up the process. In an opinion piece published in the Fertility and Sterility Journal, by the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists and the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, experts called for increased research in
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All health and medical information is provided for educational purposes and is not meant to replace the medical advice or treatment of your healthcare professional.