Browsing Archive May, 2016

Better Wearables

Better Wearables

A team of researchers developed circuits that could dramatically improve and expand the use of wearable electronics. The engineers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison say they have created the world's fastest stretchable, integrated circuits that could further develop wearable electronics that monitor such ...

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Survivors Day

Survivors Day

June 5 is HIV Long-Term Survivors Day. Every year people join together to celebrate and honor the Long-Term Survivors of the HIV/AIDS epidemic. Please join with us in raising awareness about the needs, issues and journeys of HIV Long-Term Survivors (HLTS) as we mark two significant milestones – it has been 35 years ...

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5 Grill Safety Tips

5 Grill Safety Tips

Memorial Day weekend is the unofficial-official start of grilling and barbecue season in America. Here are 5 things you need to know. First and foremost, barbecue grills are designed for outdoor use, only. Never barbecue in your trailer, tent, house, garage, or any enclosed area because carbon monoxide may ...

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Entertainment CEO DonJuan Clark

Entertainment CEO DonJuan Clark

Reality television viewers have come to know DonJuan Clark as the super loyal, straight-talking, project manager for Real Housewife of Atlanta, Kandi Burrus. And in reality, Clark is an entertainment mogul in the making as CEO of The Don Entertainment. He’s 32 years old. “Initially when I started, I thought I ...

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Sex and Prostate Cancer

Sex and Prostate Cancer

Men who ejaculate often may have a lower risk of prostate cancer than their peers who don’t do it as frequently, a U.S. study suggests.  Researchers followed about 32,000 men starting in 1992 when they were in their 20s and continuing through 2010. During this period, almost 4,000 of the men were diagnosed with ...

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Diagnosis Cancer in the Penis

Diagnosis Cancer in the Penis

A initial sign of penile cancer is a change in the skin of the penis. This is most likely to be on the glans (tip) of the penis or on the foreskin (in uncircumcised men), but it can also be on the shaft, according to the American Cancer Society. Signs of Penile Cancer include: An area of skin becoming thicker ...

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Nailing the Job Interview

Nailing the Job Interview

Some psychological research studies have linked unemployment to a variety of mental health issues, such as depression and anxiety disorders.   Men are often socialized to be “bread winners” and provide for themselves and/or their family. Because of these factors, men who experience long-term joblessness, may also be ...

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Suicide Risks for Gay Black Men

Suicide Risks for Gay Black Men

Young gay and bisexual men may be much more likely to attempt suicide or harm themselves than their older counterparts, and blacks are at greater risk than whites, British researchers report. "We know minority groups are at higher risk of poor mental health than the heterosexual majority, however the mental health ...

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