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Knowing exactly what you should — and shouldn’t — be doing for your own health isn’t always easy, especially with the overabundance of information on the web. But learning what might work best for you when it comes to diet and exercise, stress management, and disease prevention is a lot easier when you know where to look.
That’s why we searched high and low to find the best sources of men’s health information. With clear information, practical tips, and advice that encourages readers to become their own health advocates, these are the top men’s health blogs that inform and inspire.
Urological Health by Verywell
The urological health section of Verywell Health, a comprehensive health and wellness portal, details the symptoms and risk factors of specific men’s health conditions. From bladder health and kidney disease, to penis and prostrate health, the site is full of important information. And on the blog, readers can browse through a range of health topics for men and women alike. Visit the blog.
Mark’s Daily Apple
Mark Sisson founded his blog in 2006 as part of his personal mission to empower people to take responsibility for their own health through discussion, dialogue, and critical thinking. What began with a focus on primal and paleo health has expanded into a valuable hub of health and fitness information with something for everyone. It’s also become the beloved platform for a vibrant, virtual community. Visit the blog.
Dr. Jed Diamond created MenAlive to continue his work helping men lead long, full lives. His goal is to help men — and the women who love them — learn to eliminate the kinds of stresses that can negatively impact their health and relationships. With a variety of helpful resources geared primarily to mental health, this is an excellent place to find the information that’s all too often overlooked for men. Visit the blog.
Men’s Health Forum
The Men’s Health Forum is a UK-based organization committed to improving the health of men and boys. Its website and blog serve as platforms for the information, services, and treatment that men and boys need to live full, healthy lives. Articles and videos on the blog cover topics relating to all aspects of health and wellness. Recent posts include a list of symptoms that may indicate serious male conditions, a first-person narrative about living with depression, and tips for finding a local doctor. Visit the blog.
Talking About Men’s Health
A site dedicated to the health and well-being of boys, men, and their families, this blog features articles written by a team of regular contributors. There are also guest posts from medical professionals. Topics are wide-ranging, such as tips for when and how to fight in front of children, how to manage erectile dysfunction, a discussion about meditation, and reasons why young men should be aware of the risk of testicular cancer. Visit the blog.
The Good Men Project
The Good Men Project focuses on enlightened masculinity in the 21st century, and its blog is a haven for “the conversation no one else is having.” More than three million visitors come every month, all likely seeking answers to some version of the same question: What makes a man good? With sections dedicated to sex and relationships, dads and families, sports, marriage, ethics, and advice and confessions, this is a thought-provoking place for men of all ages. Visit the blog.
In the health section of the Men’s Health website, writers are covering a range of topics pertaining to fitness, wellness, exercise, mental health, celebrity health news, and more. Learn why rubbing your eyes is making you look old and tired, how a crazy bet just won a pair of brothers $150,000, and how to treat jock itch, once and for all. Visit the blog.
Turek on Men’s Health Blog
Dr. Paul Turek is an award-winning urologist and men’s health pioneer, and he’s sharing his expertise on all things related to men’s health. Topics of his posts include fertility, hormones, vasectomy removal, stress, and more. Plus it’s all written with an informative and entertaining voice. Visit the blog.
Men’s Health Research
Men’s Health Research is a Canadian program working to improve men’s health through research. The organization has developed, evaluated, and promoted a number of male-specific wellness projects, including those aimed at preventing and managing depression, breaking the silence around suicide, and quitting smoking. On the blog, you’ll find posts about mental health, diet, lifestyle, and much more. Visit the blog.
Just a Guy Thing
This online magazine site is working to build a better man, and they’re doing it with content relating to lifestyle, news, travel, humor, and all the topics from which a man would benefit from reading. Recent posts include five signs she doesn’t like you, unique bachelor party ideas, and how to maximize your look with a grooming schedule. Visit the blog.
This practical and informative blog was designed to keep men and women from stressing about health, fitness, or nutrition. By collaborating with industry experts, Adam Bornstein brings readers practical information that’s easy to apply to real life. The blog promotes the understanding that health isn’t limited to what you do in the gym or in the kitchen, but by the consistent effort you put forth to care about yourself. And then it offers multiple strategies and solutions to do just that. Visit the blog.
Young Men’s Health
Produced by the Division of Adolescence and Young Adult Medicine at Boston Children’s Hospital, this blog offers carefully researched health information relevant to teenage boys and young men. The goal is to empower boys to take an active role in their own health by learning about normal health and development, as well as specific diseases and conditions. Have an embarrassing question? The blog makes it easy to submit a question with complete privacy. Visit the blog.
Jessica has been a writer and editor for over 10 years. Following the birth of her first son, she left her advertising job to begin freelancing. Today, she writes, edits, and consults for a great group of steady and growing clients as a work-at-home mom of four, squeezing in a side gig as a fitness co-director for a martial arts academy. Between her busy home life and mix of clients from varied industries — like stand-up paddleboarding, energy bars, industrial real estate, and more — Jessica never gets bored.