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A PhD In Political Science -Algo Men Politicians Have Yet to Discover- Denial And IT Literacy (Video-humor-politics) by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 01 Nov 2010 8:03pm This is funny with the discussion on political science and those algorithms.  Those leaders in politics do not get it and this funny video makes that point loud and clear and listen to what the the definition of a political scientist involves.  Be a professor of politics and focus on the BS in life.<grin>.  Do you like being around petty ... Read on »
Agree? “Conscious Self-Denial Leaves a Man Self-Absorbed…” by Gretchen R. Patient Expert Posted Sun 22 Jul 2012 6:49am “Conscious self-denial leaves a man self-absorbed and vividly aware of what he has sacrificed; in consequence it fails often of its immediate object and almost always of its ultimate purpose. What is needed is not self-denial, but that kind of direction of interest outward which will lead spontaneously and naturally to the same acts that a ... Read on »
Irritable Male Syndrome, What you Need to Know about your Andropause Male by Cathy T. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 24 Oct 2008 9:38am Irritable Male SyndromeStressed out? Grumpy? Moody? If you're a guy and these words describe your mental state, you may be suffering from "irritable male syndrome." If you're a woman who is living with a man who has turned from "nice" to "mean," you are suffering as well. I was recently interviewed by WebMD to explore this important area of hea ... Read on »
The Meaning Behind Men's Names by Anthony R. Patient Expert Posted Wed 14 Jan 2009 6:38pm This was emailed to me by Rhodey (of Coffee Break) and I don’t know who to credit for this. Anyway, it’s fun and suits this blog, so I’m posting it. Take note of my name ANTHONY, but I’m very sure I don’t smell like wee. Hahaha. Aaron - ugly but hung like a horse, prone to belly button fluff. Able - totally useless. Adam - not very b ... Read on »
Autism Violence and an Extreme Example of Neurodiversity Denial by Harold L D. Patient Expert Posted Tue 24 Mar 2009 3:15pm In the Neurodiversity internet world of autism only feel good statements may be made about autism without attracting rancor. Even persons with autism who speak out against this absurd ideology are villified for speaking the truth about autism disorders. Those who adhere to the Neurodiversity ideology refuse to acknowledge any negative aspects p ... Read on »
Men Under Siege 1312 by relationships .. Posted Sun 05 Dec 2010 8:16am By Bettina Arndt Can men do no right these days? Cowed by women critical of their behavior, they increasingly find themselves portrayed as insensitive, bad in bed, a danger to children, incapable of expressing emotion or intimacy and unable to contribute to family life. Concerned at the growing chasm between the sexes, Bettina Arndt urges m ... Read on »
Why are men so reluctant to get their sperm tested ? by Dr. Aniruddha M. Medical Doctor Posted Thu 10 Feb 2011 9:34pm Most men are very reluctant to get their sperm tested. For one, most men hate going to a doctor - and they need to be dragged to the clinic for any medical testing - whether it's a X-ray or a sperm test. Secondly, most men still believe that having a baby is their wife's job, so it's the wife who should get tested. For another, they expect that t ... Read on »
Male Eating Disorders, Part 5: the "Iron Man" Who Chose to Live by Dr. Sari Shepphird Doctor of PhilosophyHealth Maven Posted Tue 15 Dec 2009 9:29am Rounding out our brief look at male eating disorders (at least for now), I am pleased to share a guest Post today, written by Patrick Bergstrom. Patrick shares a must-read Post that is eye-opening, educating, and inspiring.  Thanks to Patrick for his efforts to dispel the myths of "female only" eating disorders, for his work with althetes ... Read on »
Helping Men Talk About Hair Loss by MensHealth .. Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 1:49pm 1 Comment ANOUNCER: In our culture, it's women who are usually encouraged to think about their hair. Maybe that's why acknowledging hair loss is something many men have a hard time with. MAX NORAT: Well, hair loss is very difficult. You feel like you're aging... you don't feel good about yourself. EDWARD SIVIGMY: I think a lot of men are in almost ... Read on »
Book review: “A Guide to Men’s Health: Answers to Questions All Men Should Ask Their Doctor” by Scott Keith Patient Expert Posted Sat 14 Aug 2010 11:58pm By Robert Corish, MD Review by Scott Keith Perhaps the day will arrive when men will become as “thorough” as women when it comes to seeing the family doctor. It seems women have a better grasp of the importance of getting screened for potentially life-threatening illnesses, such as breast and cervical cancer. Guys? It’s a different st ... Read on »