Men take better care of their cars than they do their own bodies, finding health information too technical, scary, or boring. Written and designed in a guy-friendly manner--think of a cross between an owner's manual to a vintage muscle car and a Boy Scout handbook--The Better Man Project aims to change that with a practical health guide to help men achieve the holy grail of a well-lived life. In response to its readers' calls for more health content in the manner that they've come to expect from Men's Health, here is straightforward, personal information delivered with a double-shot of humor. Baby boomers and millennials alike will respond to the promise of leaner, stronger, healthier longevity. Features include: ac Health and fitness self-tests so readers see how they measure up to other guys their age ac A decade-by-decade cheat sheet for diagnostic tests men must have ac Special reports on testosterone supplementation, telomere protection, reversing diabetes and heart disease, and preventing dementia ac A troubleshooter's guide to common ailments and quick fixes ac A simple plan for losing weight and preserving muscle mass ac Answers to 50 questions men are afraid to ask their doctors Readers who seize this moment and follow the world-class tips in this book can expect the next 40, 50, or more years of their lives to be the most active, fun, and satisfying ever.Average number of times a day men think about sex Source: The Journal of Sex Research If youa#39;re a regular Mena#39;s Health reader, ... the tone that good sex coverage should take in our magazine. All guys, straight or gay, want to get laid. Often ... And herea#39;s the most important question of all: How can he do it in an open, honest, healthy wayawithout the male tendency to feel embarrassment and shame?
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