Men’s Health Bundle
Men’s Health Bundle
- Man Overboard! by Craig L. Bowron, M.D. — Staying healthy is serious business, but it doesn’t have to be boring. Informative but entertaining, this must-read, head-to-toe guide provides actionable advice, so you can stop worrying about your health and do something about it. Learn how to eat right, address your risks for heart disease, exercise effectively, manage your weight, reduce stress, deal with back pain, avoid the three cancers that men commonly develop, know if your T levels are right and much more.
- Mayo Clinic on Prostate Health, 3rd Edition by Derek J. Lomas, M.D., and Paras H. Shah, M.D. — Prostate problems are among the most common reasons men see their doctors. That’s because with age most men experience some type of prostate problem — enlargement, inflammation or cancer. Learn how to maintain better prostate health and how to evaluate treatment options when disease occurs.
Man Overboard! is a fun-to-read handbook on men’s health is written by Craig L. Bowron, M.D. who uses his years of education and professional experience to help you get through this pilgrimage, this magical journey of aging-while-male, not unscathed but with a sense of control and dignity. You can get more of both of those if you understand how your body works, what happens when it doesn’t, and how to fix it. It’s for men of every ethnicity, BMI, hair pattern, shoe size, IPA preference and sports predilection (including none). Think of it as the ultimate checklist for your next checkup. Grab yourself a beverage and a flimsy paper gown, and let’s do this!
Mayo Clinic on Prostate Health, 3rd Edition by Derick J. Lomas, M.D., and Paras H. Shah, M.D., is an easy-to-read yet comprehensive guide to preventing, understanding, treating and living with prostate disease. It explains how to maintain better prostate health, and how to evaluate treatment options when disease occurs. Prostate concerns often start out with changes in patterns of urination, difficulty with sexual function, or worry over hormone levels. Fortunately, the outlook for management, cure and survival of prostate disease is better now than ever before.