Oct 31

  • This and three other studies discussed at the American Public Health Association’s annual meeting are part of a larger study by Dodge and his collaborators, who are looking at health issues specific to bisexual men. This research approach is unique because most studies have combined bisexual men with gay men in previous behavioral science research.
  • The IU research involved 75 men in the Indianapolis area who had sex with at least one man and one woman within the previous six months. The participants each underwent in-depth interviews, 15 of which were conducted in Spanish. Of the participants, 25 were black, 25 were white and 25 were Latino.

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Tags: Health Association , Meeting , , Public Health Association

Oct 29

A midlife crisis does not occur for all middle-aged people nor does it occur in all cultures. However, going through midlife can impact some people negatively, affecting their diets and leading to weight gain. Fortunately, there is a light at the end of the tunnel. If you are dealing with a midlife crisis, there are things you can do to start eating healthy again and regain control over your diet and weight.

Midlife Crisis and Eating Habits

For some people, entering into their 40s and 50s causes a series of negative thoughts and regrets.

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Tags: Crisis , Postmidlife Crisis

Oct 27

A sex imbalance due to 117 million missing Asian women is the prognosis for several countries where ultrasound and other sex-selecting technologies are used toward gender selective abortion. According to the United Nations Population Fund Agency (UNPFA), the trend towards skewed sex ratios will adversely affect some Asian countries for the next 50 years—even if normal sex ratios return within the next 10 years.

Normal sex ratios range between 102 and 106 males for every 100 female infants born. However, in some regions in Asia, the sex ratio is imbalanced with males outnumbering females as high as 130 male births for every 100 female births. T

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Tags: Asian Women , Missing Asian , Missing Asian Women , Women

Oct 23

I am excited to announce that today at 6pm CST, I will be doing a radio interview on KPFK 90.7 FM in Los Angeles, as well as 98.7 FM in Santa Barbara.

The show will be centered around anti-aging. I will be talking to host Christine Blosdale about the latest technologies in anti-aging, as well as what you can do to reduce the aging process. This really is information that everybody can benefit from.

If you’re in that area, please tune in. If you are not in that area, you can still listen to the interview live by visiting KPFK.org, and clicking on the “Listen Live” tab at the top of your screen.

Because KPFK is commercial-free, they will be taking donations. So, i

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