Whether the man in your life is a dad, uncle, grandpa, brother, husband, or just a friend, you wish a long and healthy life for them. June is Men’s health awareness month and the perfect time to get those routine exams and tests done and be proactive about their health. Men are more susceptible to prostate and colorectal cancer than women not to mention the risk of heart disease.
June is for celebrating the fathers in our lives. We have set aside the third Sunday in June to celebrate the patriarchs of our society for all they have done and sacrificed for us. This celebration of fatherhood and male parenting started early in the 20th century as a complement to Mother’s Day. It was initially proposed by Sonora Dodd in 1909 and had its first celebration on June 19, 1910.
Research shows that injuries occur more often during a game than at practice, and the older the player, the higher the injury risk. The study also observed that muscle and tendon injuries were more common among males, whereas joints and ligament injuries were more common among females. Learn all about 5 most common football injuries & their treatment options.
Do you experience pain in your heel after waking up in the morning and walking a few steps? You might wonder what is causing that pain. Could it be a heel spur or plantar fasciitis? Read on to learn more!
While nasal polyps can affect anyone, they are more common in adults. Medications can often shrink or remove nasal polyps. However, sometimes surgery may be required to remove them. Even after successful treatment, nasal polyps often recur. Find all the options and effective products for nasal polyps removal.
If you have recently undergone surgery or are recovering from a serious illness, you may find it necessary to eat a pureed food diet for some time. It is a viable alternative to a liquid or regular diet by giving your body the nutrition it needs, preventing weight loss, and giving your body the strength to heal. HPFY brings you the guide to eating pureed food for adults.
The choice of catheter varies among men and women. Men have longer catheters compared to women because of the difference in anatomy. Female catheters are 6 inches long on average. However, compact catheters are also available. Find how to choose the best female catheter at HPFY.
Biofeedback is a therapy to measure your body’s response to key functions with the help of sensors. This information helps you learn more about how your body works, gives you control over body functions, and insights into health conditions. Learn all about biofeedback therapy at HPFY.