Women do a lot of things better than men. BootsWebMD shows you how men can learn from women when it comes to taking care of their health.
Are you making these common mistakes when it comes to your health?
Men, you know you want to look great as you age. Follow these simple tips to take years off your looks and feel good while doing it.
Get yourself beach ready before you hit the sand with our visual guide to grooming, choosing flattering trunks, and moves that can flatten your belly and pump up your muscles.
Want to look your best? Check out this BootsWebMD slideshow for simple skin care tips even the busiest man can handle.
Go from flabby to flat abs with the right moves and foods, including red meat. BootsWebMD's pictures show the best abdominal exercises for men who want a ripped mid-section.
Belly fat, back hair, drenching sweat, a bright red nose -- these top BootsWebMD's list of body problems that plague men. Pictures help explain the causes and solutions.
Oysters, cherries and ginger top BootsWebMD's slideshow of foods that can help keep men on top of their game – from gym to boardroom to bedroom.
Frequent toilet trips and iffy "plumbing" are two signs of an enlarged prostate. Our slideshow helps explain the symptoms, causes, and treatments for BPH in older men.
Can a guy expect the bedroom key on date number three? BootsWebMD's slideshow lays out the secrets of dating, love, and marriage according to women.
Chips, beer, and fatty red meat top the list of big-belly foods that make men weak in BootsWebMD's slideshow on how to spot and swap the usual suspects.
Want bulging biceps and a bigger chest? BootsWebMDs fitness experts show how men can build bigger muscles with just two efficient workouts each week.
We guide men through the health screenings a doctor may recommend based on age and personal risk factors.
Male incontinence can be embarrassing, but it's treatable. Learn how to treat and manage urinary incontinence in men.
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