The most common health problems men face (and how to fix them)

The most common health problems men face (and how to fix them)

When facing the work week, dealing with the wife and kids, and managing daily tasks, the stress of life adds up. And it shows its effects most prominently in men’s physical and mental health. Some of the most common health problems men face are manageable if tended to in a timely and consistent manner. It may cost now, but will

The Physical Sensation of Depression

The Physical Sensation of Depression

In the spirit of opening up about mental health, here’s the thing about depression: you know how depressed people sometimes talk about a sinking feeling in their gut? It isn’t metaphorical, they’re actually feeling that. It hasn’t been a well-studied part of mental health, but a new study published in Cognition and Emotion has looked into the physical sensations experienced

Bad Bosses: The Leading Cause of Workplace Depression

Bad Bosses: The Leading Cause of Workplace Depression

It isn’t the pressure you’re under, the amount of work you have yet to finish, or even your idiot co-worker who’s always quipping “that’s what she said!” that’s making you depressed. Granted those things don’t help, especially your co-worker with dumb jokes (ahem, Joel from accounting!). The thing that’s really ruining your workplace groove is your terrible, terrible boss. According

The Guy’s Guide to Probiotics

The Guy’s Guide to Probiotics

If you’re looking for an easy way to improve your overall health, try adding probiotics to your to your regime. Probiotics are live bacteria and yeasts that are good for your health. Your body produces them naturally but many studies are finding that taking probiotic supplements can help treat and prevent illnesses as well as having a positive effect on

Walking Eases Depression

Walking Eases Depression

Suffering in silence? Well, you can ease the suffering but keep the silence, if you must, by walking. A study published in the American Journal of Preventative Medicine has found that exercise is linked with a reduction in depression. Researchers analysed data from over 1,900 people in their fifties who had mental health check-ups in 2001, 2004, 2007, and 2010.

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