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Racism consistently predicts poorer health outcomes for college-educated Black males as compared with their white peers.
Sex, body mass index, smoking and depression all affect biological age.
Men with low-grade prostate cancer are less likely to need treatment if they adhere to the vegetable-rich Mediterranean diet.
Children are more likely to develop autism if their father has certain biomarkers in his sperm.
As a Black man, the NBA legend and former Lakers star is at greater risk of prostate cancer, a disease he’s fought, he recently wrote.
Scientists recommend more consistent osteoporosis screening for adult males.
Older women who lack social connections and live alone are more likely to develop hypertension than their male peers.
Antiretroviral therapy helped people with the virus add years to their lives, but now scientists must address other issues of longevity.
Individuals with any mental health disorder are 25% less likely to get screened.
New study using Canary PASS data shows African-American men with low-risk disease can delay radical treatment just like white men.
Just like new moms, dads may suffer from depression and must be educated about the problem, experts say.
When Black men tell their wives or fiancées about experiencing discrimination, this may help them but could harm the women’s health.
Dorothy Horton, PsyD, answers your questions in her latest Ask Doctor Dee column.
Gender and weight loss
Regularly consuming mushrooms reduced risk by up to 17% in a study involving Japanese men.
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