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It’s Not Chlorine That Turns Your Eyes Red in the Pool—it’s...

Picture yourself with your very own backyard pool. There you are, drifting on an inflatable raft, sipping a cold beer, wiping urine from your eyes . . . 

7 Signs You’ve Got Healthy Semen

Are your swimmers paddling up to par? There’s no easy way to gauge the quality of your semen just by looking at it, so you’ll need to schedule an appointment with your doc to find out for sure. But while you wait, here are scientific signs that suggest yo...

Why Guys Avoid the Doctor (Especially When It Involves Their Penis)

The faucet in the men’s room at my urologist’s office barely produces a trickle of water. 

21 Ways to Be Healthier in a Minute or Less!

You don’t have to overhaul your entire life to start living healthier. You can begin one minute from now, with these 21 easy health tips that take 60 seconds or less. 

The Sports That Help You Fend Off Depression

Your pickup soccer game is like a therapy session: A new study from Switzerland suggests that playing ball sports may help you fight off depression in the face of stress.

Just How Germy Are Airplanes?

Talk about an annoying seatmate: New research from Auburn University reveals that nasty bacteria can hang around on airplanes for days .

The Hidden Danger in Google Glass

Looking silly isn’t the only drawback to wearing Google Glass: A small new study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association suggests that the wearable computer can block part of your peripheral vision.  

Should You Have Your Wisdom Teeth Removed?

You're in your 30s and you still have your wisdom teeth. Should you worry about them? 

Are Your Ears Going Bad?

Listen up: Around 48 million Americans have hearing loss in at least one ear, and men are more than five times as likely as women to suffer from it, according to research from Johns Hopkins University.

How Your Drinking Habit Could Hurt Your Sperm

Sip on this: Men in their 20s who binge-drink may be harming their sperm, finds new British research.