Men's Health

Meet the Lifestyle Health dietitians
Functional Nutrition highlights the importance of food selection for optimal health. Food can serve as medicine. It has the power to positively affect how we feel and how much energy we have. Food can even prevent, treat or reverse many chronic diseases! A Functional Medicine consultation at Lifestyle Health includes consult with a dietitian. Schedule a consult today.
Making the Weight
This class is geared toward athletes looking to drop or gain weight in a healthful way. Instead of starving yourself to drop those 5 pounds or eating junk food to bulk up, this class explains how to “make weight” and eat well while you do it. We will also review methods of cutting and gaining weight that may harm your performance. This session includes sample recipes, ideas for menu planning and eating timelines. Register now.
'Throw' a little fun into your summer exercise routine
Now that summertime is here, sports and games can be a great way to change things up, burn calories and challenge you both physically and mentally. Disc golf, tennis, baseball and more. View our suggestions and some of the health benefits they provide.
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Men's Health

More men could receive PSA blood tests for prostate cancer under revised guidelines released Tuesday by the nation's leading panel on preventive medicine.

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Men's Health

Few American men are screened for gene mutations that can greatly increase their risk of breast and other types of cancers, a new study reveals.

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Men's Health

Young men who survive testicular cancer may need to worry about more than a return of their disease: A new study suggests they also face greater heart risks down the road.

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Men's Health

Lots of older men may think that feeling better and maintaining muscle is simply a matter of taking in more protein.

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Men's Health

Here's one way to cut the cost of a $10,000-a-month prostate cancer drug: Take it with food, some researchers suggest.

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