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Men's Health

Men's Health


A lifestyle magazine dedicated to showing men the practical and positive actions that make their lives better, with articles covering fitness, relationships, nutrition, careers, grooming, travel and health issues.

Articles for men on fitness, exercise, nutrition, grooming tips, fashion, new products and men's health questions.



Issues: 10 issues/12 months

Men's Health MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION

What's in Men's Health? MAY 2006



HOW MUCH WILL AN AFFAIR COST YOU?
Lost wages amounting to $4,300, another $3,600 for family therapy and $1,050 in legal fees. Men's Health has tallied the numbers and calculated the cost of an extra-marital affair the grand total: $10,471.

"The Cost of Having An Affair" (p. 88)

RETIRE RICH: MH BUSTS THE MYTHS
IPOs, IRAs, 401(k)s...it's enough to make a grown man cry. Men's Health busts five big investment myths including:

Buy What You Know Looking to load up on Sirius Satellite radio because you love Howard Stern? Sometimes it's better to enjoy a product than to invest in it. Keep your emotions in check.

Blue Chips Are Beat Microsoft and General Electric might seem boring, but big stocks always get their turn on Wall Street. And when a big company gets rolling, they usually have a nice run.

IPO Means "Instant Payoff" Initial public offerings lag the overall market by 4.1% a year during their first five years. Stick with established companies that go public with at least $50 million in revenue a year, like Google.

"Men's Wealth: Make Money, Not Mistakes" (p. 88)

INFORMATION OVERLOAD: DO YOU WORRY YOURSELF SICK?
The latest affliction targeting young men in the prime of their life: The "worry well" phenomenon. "It's unquestionable that many guys today are worrying much more about health than previous generations of men," says Marc Siegel, M.D., an associate professor at New York University school of medicine. "Health fear itself has become an infectious disease." What concerns a growing cadre of contemporary researchers and clinicians alike is that morbid health preoccupations no longer appear limited to a small pathological subfraction. Rather, cases seem to be exploding in modern America, arguably the healthiest time and place humans have ever lived.
Plus: Test Your Health Paranoia. "Sick in the Head" (p. 150)

MAKE YOURSELF FIREPOOF! 7 WAYS TO BULLETPROOF YOUR CAREER
Most careers have an expiration date stamped on them. Yet, there are those few who beat the odds. Are they smarter? More talented? No. They've mastered the 7 rules of fireproofing including: RULE #1: Know Thy Boss. Don't just know him, become absolutely necessary to his well being. RULE #4: Know Thy World. If you don't know, get smarter. RULE #5: Love Thy Neighbor. You have to have friends. Spend all of your time managing up and you'll be hung by your ankles by your peers. " Survive the Firing Squad" (p. 102)

LOOK YOUR BEST EVER! THE 2ND ANNUAL Men's Health GROOMING AWARDS
Whether you believe it or not, image is everything. It can help you score more respect at the office, impress more women and feel better inside and out. Which is why our editors have spritzed, dabbed and lathered tons of lotions, shampoos, razors and face scrubs and selected the best new grooming products of 2006.
"Men's Health Grooming Awards" (p. 158)

8 PAINS YOU SHOULD NEVER IGNORE
While most guys swear by the adage "No Pain, No Gain," shin splints, calf cramps or a groin strain are the types of nagging pains that can lead to big problems. Men's Health's guide for treating your biggest lower-body troubles might be just what you need to ensure you stay off the DL this summer. "
Stay in the Game" (p. 72)

PLUS:
Lost''s Josh Holloway Reveals His Secrets (p. 132);
How To Tell If She's "A Keeper"(p. 126);
The Secret to All-Day Energy (p. 118);
Men Sound Off on Baseball and Steroids (p. 32)


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