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Men’s Health

Men often neglect their health and well-being due to a lack of awareness, poor health education, or behaviour patterns in their work and personal lives. Men have a reputation for avoiding the doctor, especially when the visit may involve sensitive issues. However, regualr check-ups are a must. They can help screen for diseases that may have no obvious symptoms in their early stages – such as prostate or testicular cancer. Here are some common health concers men should pay more aattention to.

Prostatitis is the term used to inflammation of the prostate gland. A farly common condition, it can be difficult to diagnose. Symptoms include:

  • an urgent need to urinate
  • pain or burning when urinating
  • pelvic, groin, or lower back pain

Potstate enlargement is a common problem in middle-aged and older men. An enlarged prostate can press against the tube to the bladder(urethra) and interfere with the flow of urine. While not all men with an enlarged prostate have symptoms, some experience the following:

  • feeling and urgent need to urinate
  • difficulty starting urination
  • need to urinate frequently
  • a weak urine stream
  • dribbling at the end of urination

Prostate cancer is the most commonly diagnosed form of cancer in Canadian men. A man’s chances of developing this type of cancer increase with age, especially from age 50 on. Prostate cancer doesn’t usually produce any signs or symptoms in its early stages when treatment is most successful, so medical check-ps are vital. When symptoms are present, they may include:

  • painful urination
  • difficulty urinating
  • pain in the pelvic area that lasts several weeks or more
  • loss of appetite or unexplained weight loss
  • needing to urinate more often, especially at night
  • blood in the urine or semen

Erectile dysfunction is the repeated inability to abtain an erection firm enough for sexual intercourse. This is a very common condition, and there are a number of highly effective treatments.

 

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Women are the real POWER in Social Media

Based on the surveys I read about the difference habits between women and men. It is all about Social Media.

Top Social Media

It shows the percentage of US Online Adults Using the Top Social Media

Women Men
Facebook 76% 66%
 Tumblr  54% 46%
 Pinterest  33%  8%
 Instagram  205  15%
 Twitter  18%  17%
 Linkedin  19%  24%

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