Monthly Archives: April 2016

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The Truth About How Circumcision Affects Your Sex Life

Rodale Inc. You may have seen these headlines recently: “We Finally Know Whether Or Not Being Circumcised Affects Sexual Pleasure” “Sex is just as good if your penis is circumcised” “Circumcision does NOT reduce sensitivity of the penis” They’re all reporting on the same study from Queen’s University that examines differences in sensitivity between circumcised…

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6 Fruits and Vegetables You Should Never Peel

Rodale Inc. Most of the time, eating healthier requires a little more work—like cooking your meals at home and diligently inspecting food labels. So this healthy hack will come as a welcome change: Put down the peeler and stop removing the edible skins from your fruits and vegetables. The colorful peels on the outsides of…

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Max Minute Meltdowns

Image by Thinkstock If you want to lose fat fast, you need to maximize your entire workout. Every. Single. Minute. So Men’s Health Fitness Director B.J. Gaddour created the Max Minute Meltdown workout. It’s designed so that you can go all-out from start to finish and destroy as many calories as humanly possible. Your task…

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Guess What Percentage Of Americans Live a Healthy Lifestyle?

Image by Shutterstock Most people know what you need to do to be healthy: eat right, exercise, don’t smoke, and keep your body weight in check. Those four simple things have been shown to substantially reduce your risk for cardiovascular disease, diabetes, cancer, and early death. But how many people actually do all that? In…

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What You Need to Know About Taking Off-Label Prescription Drugs

Image by Shutterstock When your doctor hands you a prescription, you probably assume that drug was approved to treat the problem you came in for. But that’s not always the case. Lots of drugs are prescribed off-label, meaning they haven’t been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for a given symptom or…    |      2015