Doctor: “Why are you here today?” Man: “My wife made me.” While that joke is a good tension reliever in the doctor’s office, it is often true. When health problems go undiscovered or untreated, men’s risks of an interrupted lifestyle or early death from potentially preventable conditions or diseases increase substantially.
It’s easy to turn to comfort food to help cope with the pandemic or the long, dark winter days. If your nutrition has suffered and your wardrobe consists of stretchy pants, maybe it’s time to look at your eating habits.
by Thomas Haus, MD, Family Medicine Instead of vowing to adhere to a new fad diet in 2020 – or if you’ve already let that resolution go – why not take a fun and subtle approach to a healthier lifestyle: Set a goal of introducing new foods into your family menu. Look to more lean...