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In a woman's mind lesser men are definitely friends only (139) by relationships .. Posted Sun 31 Jan 2010 5:19am John Women as a general rule will go after the men other women want. There's an old adage among men that if a guy talks to only the plain women in a group the prettier women will have nothing to do with him. I've seen it happen online too where people have a social value placed on them. If by chance a guy is good looking or has a reputatio ... Read on »
Daily does of vitamin D hones men's minds by Andrea Patient Expert Posted Tue 21 Jul 2009 12:49am First of all, my apologies for being so late with my post today----my Internet has been screwed up since early this morning. Drives me up the wall! Also, if any of you are waiting on an email response from me, I promise, I am on it and will be caught up by this evening! Now, on to the article for today, which involves Vitamin D and men's c ... Read on »
Footwear is made for women and men who are mindful of their style and just what they wear by supralowtops Posted Thu 22 Nov 2012 1:48pm People love to use branded shoes as it can express their individual style. A lot of men and women shop for exclusive footwear that will attract many stares and praises also. Shoes define legs and accentuate their shape as well as keep these things healthy. Brands like Puma, Woodland, Adidas, Nike and more renowned brands have come out with various ... Read on »
Disaboom | Disabled Politico | Man with Mental Disability Beaten and Tortured; Four Men Charged by Rudy S. Patient Expert Posted Wed 15 Oct 2008 5:12pm   Disaboom | Disabled Politico | Man with Mental Disability Beaten and Tortured; Four Men Charged this is horrible Read on »
First Men’s Mental Health Guidelines Launched. by phil T. Posted Tue 29 Mar 2011 1:59pm A set of guidelines addressing the mental health needs of men and boys has been launched by MIND and the Men’s Health Forum .  The document, which aims to improve the mental health care and services for the male population in England, highlights four main issues. 1.  Men self stigmatise and many are embarrassed to admit to themselves or ... Read on »
Men mental grasp by sunnyie1978 Posted Tue 29 Oct 2013 3:16am Everyone's concept of love is not the same , and for the understanding of love is not the same . Every man has his own character, and the character of different types of men , in psychology is also divided into different colors , then you know what your own personality ? What needs to be loved you ? A Green Personality: Almost impossible to ... Read on »
Ways men can maintain their mental health after retirement — guest post by Mariana Ashley by Scott Keith Patient Expert Posted Sat 21 Jul 2012 12:49am Retirement (Photo credit: Tax Credits) When we’re young and wanting only to sleep in a few extra hours past our alarm for work, we dream of the day we can hang up our working shoes and snuggle into retirement and old age. However, many young, self-proclaimed tired workers don’t realize the unexpected consequences retirement may actually ... Read on »
Manic Depressive Illness- Why are Men Afraid to Admit they have a Mental Illness? by David Stein Posted Fri 12 Aug 2011 5:11pm This is not based on a scientific study or statistics, rather it’s an observation I have made. For the last month I have either been in a psych ward or a partial hospitalization program. In each program, women have out numbered men almost 3:1. Most of the men in the psych ward were there for detox, not mental health. And the men that were there ... Read on »
Canadian Men Reluctant to Seek Mental Help by k Patient Expert Posted Sat 23 May 2009 10:37pm Mental illness is still often one of society’s big nasty secrets. If we don’t talk about it, it didn’t happen, it’s not happening and it won’t happen. The sad thing is, it has happened, it does happen, and it will happen. Although both men and women live with mental illness, women are more likely to seek help than men. While it may be almost ... Read on »
Multivitamins Improve Mental Fatigue and Stress in Healthy Men by Mary Pougnet Patient Expert Posted Wed 07 Jul 2010 5:31pm   A major percentage of the general population reports regular use of multivitamin supplements. Among the common reasons given for doing so are helping combat mental fatigue and stress, although there are few studies that have analyzed the relationship between multivitamin supplementation and mental performance in healthy, non-elderly adults. In ... Read on »