Risks are everywhere. Every time you drive, you’re risking a car accident. Each time you have a conversation with someone, you risk a misunderstanding. In nearly everything we do, we taking a risk. Risks are unavoidable – they’re just a part of life – so the question boils down to what you do with those risks.
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Andropause, also known as male menopause, is attributed to a decrease in testosterone levels in men. The signs of andropause start appearing from the age of 40-55. Let’s look at some common ones.
When people think of seasonal illnesses, winter colds and spring allergies usually come to mind. However, summertime can be a hotbed for illnesses as well, especially when it comes to your kids. Your children will likely spend the summer adventuring in the great outdoors and soaking up the sunshine—but the outdoors come equipped with a variety of illnesses that can affect your kids and even the whole family.
At the follow-up appointments, all of these women reacted the same way, Povar recalls. “They walked in beaming, absolutely beaming, saying, ‘I can’t believe I didn’t do this a year ago. My life! I’ve got my life back.’ ”
Andropause, the male menopause, low T—regardless of name, the condition is characterized by a number of uncomfortable symptoms, including hot flashes in men, erectile dysfunction, low libido, irritability, muscle loss, and fatigue that are the result of low levels of testosterone. For men, testosterone production gradually decreases across the lifespan.
The immune system defends the body against infection. Although it works effectively most of the time, sometimes our immune system fails, and we become sick. Are there ways we can boost our immune system and prevent illness?
Shift work, especially irregular shifts with a lot of nights, increases the risk of type 2 diabetes, and the more nights worked, the greater the risk, new research shows.