Michael Dunkle

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Men's Health - Fitness, Nutrition, Health, Sex, Style & Weight Loss Tips for Men

"I find using lube and taking our time makes intercourse more pleasurable."<p>Want bigger guns? Sure you do. Here's how to get 'em.<p>We crunched the numbers, and guess what? Even occasional binge drinking can make you fat.<p>Wolverine always makes time to hop on a bike.<p>This workout from Jeremy Scott will …

Cancer's Best Friend: Fear

When I was 6 years old, there was a period of several months when I was terrified of my bedroom closet. The minute the lights went out at bedtime, I was certain that something was rustling in there, waiting to jump out and get me. I huddled under the covers, holding as still as possible, hoping …

Cancer

Little Kid Dreams and Cancer

When I was a little kid I decided that as an adult I was going to perform on Broadway and, in my spare time, be a rock star. My ideals for my life and career were set in my mind before I reached middle school. Through my teens and early twenties, I followed those plans as best I could. I didn't end …

Positive Thinking

Adverts warn of passive smoking risk

<b>Smokers are being reminded of the dangers of second-hand smoke in a government advertising campaign.</b><p>The TV and online adverts in England will outline the risk to children of people lighting up in cars and homes.<p>Chief medical officer Professor Dame Sally Davies said too many people were still …

Public Health England

FDA Can't Hold Back Stream of Mobile Health Apps

It was bound to happen. As smartphones, tablets and all those wearable computer gizmos get more and more powerful – and just as important – become …

Smoking employees cost $6,000 a year more, study finds

Smokers cost their employers nearly $6,000 a year more than staff who don’t smoke, researchers said on Monday in what they say is the first comprehensive look at the issue.<p>And in what some might see as a dark twist, they’ve taken into account any savings that might come because smokers tend to die …