Men's Health | Health Eagle - Part 7

Archives for Men's Health

Does Soy Reduce Sperm Count?

by Bea December 1st, 2009 | Men's Health, Nutrition
A study that was published in 2008 in the journal Human Reproduction, suggests that a diet of even modest amounts of soy based food or even just food containing soy may halve sperm concentrations.

One of the researchers behind this study is Jorge Chavarro at the Harvard School of Public Health in Boston, Massachusetts. In his study he and his colleagues sampled 100 couples who were seeking treatment for infertility.They had the men provide semen samples and then answer survey questions that pertained to the amount of soy products (including food such as "powerbars" and tofu) that they had consumed over the
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New Study Gives Hope to Sexually Impaired Men

by Gumer Liston November 17th, 2009 | Health News, Men's Health
No, it is not a study about a new drug that improves on what Viagra can do, it is something even better than that. Researchers from North Carolina's Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center's Institute for Regenerative Medicine successfully have completed a study that may help male patients who are suffering from inborn abnormalities of the reproductive organ, penile cancer, erectile dysfunction, and those who are sexually impaired as a result of accident. The researchers have grown erectile tissue in the laboratory and  have used it successfully in restoring the sexual function in rabbits. The scientists started by collecting
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Male Impotence, Its Causes, and Natural Cures

by Gumer Liston August 5th, 2009 | Men's Health
The "maleness" of a man is not always measured by his sexual prowess because there are many factors that can make a man a real man. Impotency should not be seen as something that can make one a lesser man. But, of course, impotency can erode a man's self confidence and cause him to be depressed.

The causes of impotency or erectile dysfunction are varied. It can be brought about by a disease like diabetes or atherosclerosis, or it can also be caused by hormonal imbalances (when a man's testosterone level is low he may experience impotency).  Alcohol and drugs also
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Ways to Quit Smoking

by Gumer Liston July 15th, 2009 | Addiction, Men's Health, Women's Health
Every smoker is unique physically and mentally, so there is no exact effective method of quitting smoking. Smoking is an addiction, and every addicted individual reacts to the withdrawal symptoms differently.  If one method does not work for you, just try another. Here are some of the tested and proven ways of quitting smoking that may help those who are struggling to end their smoking habit (more…)
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Men and Plastic Surgery

by TK April 30th, 2008 | Men's Health

Most of the time people think of women when they think of plastic surgery, but men have about 10% of the plastic surgery done in the U.S.

According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, the top 5 plastic surgeries for men:

  1. Nose Reshaping

  2. Eyelid Surgery

  3. Liposuction

  4. Male Breast Reduction

  5. Hair Transplants

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