Here you’ll find articles that are about or related to the topic of men’s health. As humans, there are some things that are true for the health of everyone. We can all benefit from eating leafy greens, for instance, or exercising regularly. But the fact of the matter is that men and women have different bodies, hormones, and other biological and genetic dispositions that result in sex-specific health concerns.
For instance, heart health is a bigger concern for men, as is alcoholism, respiratory disease, and certain cancers, particularly cancers of the male sex organs (prostate cancer and testicular cancer). Different lifestyle choices also affect men in different ways than they do women, as hormones have a huge impact on the way our body functions.
Read these articles to learn science-based insights on men’s health, as well as inspirational stories from men who have been able to heal their health issues naturally.
Chef Seamus Mullen on Finding the Best Diet for Rheumatoid Arthritis
Celebrity NYC chef Seamus Mullen shared his journey of healing rheumatoid arthritis naturally.
Meika Hollender on the Importance of Natural Condoms and Tampons
The feminine hygiene and sexual/reproductive health aisles at the drugstore are filled with tampon, pad, and condom brands that seem as standard as Campbell’s soup, but since 2014, there’s a new company that’s making vagina-friendly products with a laundry list of certifications (USDA Organic and Fair Trade, to name a few) to protect your health and the environment.
Health & Wellness News Wrap-Up: February & March 2020
We combed through dozens of articles and studies to bring you the most important health research and wellness news from February and March 2020.
How to Choose the Best Birth Control with the Least Side Effects
In this guide to different kinds of contraception, we weigh the pros and cons of the most popular birth control options out there. Check it out to find the best birth control with the least side effects for your health.
The WellBe Wrap-up: December 2018 + January 2019
Trying to stay on top of wellness and health news and events can be overwhelming. It’s a lot to digest (pun intended). We saved you the trouble. Here’s what happened in December + January, WellBe-style.
The WellBe Health News Wrap-Up: August + September 2018
We scoured all the most important health news and research from the past two months so you can stay on top of your wellness.
WellBe’s December 2017 Health + Wellness News Wrap-up
Trying to stay on top of health- and wellness-related news and events can be overwhelming. And this was BIG news month. It’s a lot to digest (pun intended). We saved you the trouble. Here’s what happened in December, WellBe-style
October 2017 Health + Wellness News Roundup
An estimated 1 in 6 deaths worldwide are due to pollution, according to a new study— that’s three times more deaths than from AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria combined.
July 2017 Health + Wellness News Roundup
The Environmental Working Group (EWG) released the results of a two-year project to compile a database of pollutants in American tap water.