This book discusses the main health issues that men face today. Each chapter focuses on a single condition or group of related conditions effecting men. This 70+ page book discusses the factors that increase health risks, shows how to recognize symptoms, and gives practical, easy-to-implement prevention strategies.
To make the information in this book as helpful as possible, every chapter was carefully checked by a professional with expertise in that particular field. While no book should be used as a substitute for professional advice about medical or lifestyle issues, the Blueprint for Men's Health is a resource and a guide that may help you protect your health and get the most out of life.
We've all heard the expression, "It's all in your head." Your mental health affects everything: your mood, your physical health, your behavior, how you sleep, your appetite, your relationships, your social life, your performance at work or school, and more.
This book was written to provide men of all ages, and those who love them, with important and realistic perspectives about mental health along with realistic and practical approaches that can make a difference in their lives. Experts (psychiatrists, physicians, psychologists, public health experts, counselors, and social workers) with different perspectives have come together to provide insights and reflections on the emotional needs of men while explaining how men can ask for help, with dignity, when needed. This book highlights common signs and symptoms of trouble to help men and those who love them recognize the need for intervention, and suggestions for dealing with everyday problems when intervention may not be needed.
By Armin Brott, with Janet H. Matope and the Men�s Health Network Advisory Board. With forewords by:
Ola Akinboboye, MD, The Association of Black Cardiologists, Inc.
Janet Wright, MD, FACC, Executive Director, Million Hearts� Initiative, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Dr. Salvatore J. Giorgianni, Jr., PharmD, Science Advisor, Men�s Health Network Men�s Health Caucus, Constituent Group of the American Public Health Association
By Armin Brott With forewords by Jean J. E. Bonhomme, MD, MPH and Demetrius J. Porche, DNS, PhD, APRN, FAANP, FAAN, and comments by Richard Allen Williams, MD, FACC, Founder, Association of Black Cardiologists, Inc.
This 28-page book explains COPD in easy-to-understand language and offers advice for how to avoid COPD and other lung disorders. Symptoms, risk factors, diagnosis, and treatment options are explained, and suggestions are offered for caregivers. Risk factors for children are discussed as are tips for understanding COPD in women.
At least 1 in 4 people in the U.S. have stomach- or intestinal problems that are so severe that they interfere with the person�s daily activities and quality of life. Problems with the intestines or digestion are collectively referred to as Gastrointestinal (or GI) Disorders.
This 24 page book provides a guide through the Gastrointestinal (GI) tract, defines several stomach- or intestinal problems, explains diagnosis and treatments, offers tips for prevention, and guidance for communicating with your healthcare provider.
When you think of all the things you need to keep track of to stay healthy, do your eyes come to the top of the list? Staying on top of your eye health is not only important for maintaining your vision - it is also connected to other areas of your health.
This 16-page, self-cover booklet discusses some common eye diseases, as well as injury, and what you need to know in order to recognize the symptoms and get the treatment you need.