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Berg would see an epidemiological upside: "It would mean men are doing more to protect themselves from the sun," says the director of dermatologic surgery at the University of Washington. Berg has witnessed the fatal consequences of men skipping the sunscreen and ignoring unusual moles.
"Melanoma is one of the three most common skin cancers in men," he says, adding that because the disease is so preventable, "when we lose a young man, it's very difficult." But it's also relatively rare, thanks to Dr.
In a recent study, men who ate 1 ounce of hazelnuts daily for 1 month lowered their LDL by 30 percent and boosted their HDL by 12 percent, thanks to the nuts' monounsaturated fats and antioxidants.
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"A 15-minute visit to a primary-care physician isn't enough to help someone self-manage his diabetes," he says.
"You need a team of experts to help you implement a whole new lifestyle to treat the disease." As a leader of one such team, he's seen the results: "We had one patient who lost 113 pounds, no longer needed insulin, and basically changed his whole life," says Dr. "That's what it's all about." How to stay out of the doctor's office Bust your gut. The most accurate barometer of your diabetes risk isn't your weight, it's your waistline.
It's a fatal chain reaction: Being perpetually pissed increases stress hormones, which boosts blood pressure and damages arterial walls. Researchers at Aichi University, in Japan, found that walking once a day (try right after work) can slash anger and decrease diastolic blood pressure by 4 points in just 4 weeks. If Clint Eastwood made a movie about your heart, you'd have the good (HDL cholesterol), the bad (LDL cholesterol), and the ugly (your arteries).
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Glass blocks UVB rays but can't stop UVA rays, which are equally damaging to skin.