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Black Caregivers Less Likely to Suffer From Depression

Caring for a loved one with cancer can be emotionally taxing. But Black caregivers are less likely to experience distress or depression than white caregivers, according to new findings presented at the 11th American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) Cancer Conference, reports AACR. Researchers enrolled 44 African-American and 46 white informal caregivers—family or friends as… Read More »

This Lightweight Down Vest from Triple Fat Goose is our Must-Have Style Pick of the Week

Welcome to The Must-Have, a weekly style feature that spotlights a single product handpicked and endorsed by Men’s Health fashion director Ted Stafford. Each Friday he’ll lay down his wisdom and stamp of approval for the hottest item of the week. Whether it’s the coolest pair of sneakers or the perfect wrist watch, his expert… Read More »

Domestic Violence Awareness: 7 signs you may be suffering from PTSD and how to get help

It may happen once or it could take place over the course of several years, but  the psychological impacts can last a lifetime. Domestic violence is a reality for more than 12 million men and women in the United States annually, according to the National Domestic Violence Hotline. This translates to about 24 people every… Read More »