Men’s Health

CDC warns of Shigella outbreak

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has warned of an increase in highly drug-resistant cases of the bacterial infection Shigella, a leading cause of inflammatory diarrhea. The agency calls the new form of the stomach flu, which causes the diarrheal disease known as shigellosis, a “serious threat to public health.” There is some evidence […]

When new episodes come out

IT HAS BEEN been a while since we last saw The Mandalorian (real name: Din Djarin, played by Pedro Pascal) and his loyal and deceptively powerful cute little friend Grogu (commonly known as Baby Yoda), and even longer since we saw episodes of The Mandalorian on Disney+. We got the surprise that this dynamic duo […]

Recognizing signs and treating burnout

It’s not just you: Research shows that an influx of people worldwide are experiencing symptoms of burnout. More specifically, last year Microsoft surveyed 20,000 people worldwide to find that 50% of employees and 53% of managers felt burnt out at work. The weight of the world can’t be borne by anyone, but burnout can feel […]

Cardio fitness in early adulthood linked to lower risk of CVD, premature death

Introducing and maintaining increased cardiorespiratory fitness during early adulthood may reduce the risk of premature death and cardiovascular disease (CVD), findings from the ongoing CARDIA study showed. Each 1-minute increase in cardiorespiratory fitness (via a maximal graded exercise test) at baseline was associated with a lower risk of all-cause mortality (HR 0.82, 95% CI 0.76-0.88) […]

This 10-minute Kettlebell Flow builds strength, skill and endurance

Kettlebell flow workouts tick all the boxes and provide strength, skill, endurance, mobility and coordination while using one piece of equipment. Plus, there’s something very meditative about swinging a bell up and down. Coach Dylan Richards brings you a kettlebell flow that’s short and sweet and hits every muscle in under 10 minutes. “The best […]

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