Latest Men's Health Shows

A Sexless Marriage Doesn’t Mean A Loveless Marriage—Hear About the Research

Apr 16, 2015

Many Americans describe their marriages as lacking in sex for a number of reasons: kids, busy lives, etc. Dr. Kirtly Jones talks about the recent dialogue regarding sex and marriage—and how it differs from the first anniversary to the 50th anniversary. She talks about how a sexless marriage ...

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Got Chlamydia? Signs, Symptoms and What to Do About It

Apr 15, 2015

If you’ve recently been diagnosed with chlamydia or are worried you might have it, you probably have a lot of questions racing through your mind. Dr. Kyle Jones explains the basic signs and symptoms and why it’s imperative to get your chlamydia treated as soon as possible....

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When it comes to Prostate Cancer, Your Family is Key

Mar 10, 2015

Knowing your family history for prostate cancer can help you get appropriate screening according to Lisa Cannon-Albright at the Huntsman Cancer Institute. She is the senior author on a recent study that finds that cases of prostate cancer, even in distant second and third degree relatives, can ...

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Can Men Get Breast Cancer? Absolutely.

Mar 10, 2015

Breast Cancer isn’t just a women’s issue – about 2,000 men will be diagnosed with the disease this year. Ginger Johnson, president of GetScreenedUtah.com, says it’s important for men to check themselves regularly, but to look for more than just lumps. She gives some helpful advice for a ...

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Utah Has the Lowest Vaccination Rate of This Cancer-Reducing Vaccine

Feb 19, 2015

If you knew a simple vaccine could protect your children from cancer, would you give it to them? The HPV vaccine does just that, but many Utahns miss opportunities to vaccinate their children. Why? Dr. Kirtly Parker Jones and Dr. Deanna Kepka discusses the many benefits of the HPV vaccine, as well ...

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Do Domestic Abusers Want to Stop Abusing?

Jan 13, 2015

One in every four women will be a victim of domestic violence in her lifetime. Do the abusers want to stop hurting their partners? Social worker Wendy James talks about the cycle of guilt often felt by abusers and why they stick to their abusive patterns. She discusses options for couples who want ...

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Are There Better Male Contraceptive Options?

Apr 10, 2014

About 50 percent of American pregnancies are unplanned. What are we doing wrong? Dr. Kirtly Jones says it may not be all the fault of women. Dr. Jones talks about the recent research and developments of male contraceptive options and discuss whether or not - and how much - they play into unplanned ...

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