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NFL Promotes Head & Neck Safety For All Ages

Football has entrenched itself as the most popular sport in America, but what we know of as the sport may not be what it will be in the future. Though we love it for what it is, most reasonable people can acknowledge that the rules as is do not protect the players as best they … Continue reading

Men’s Health Week Leads Up To Fathers’ Day

Every June, during Men’s Health Month, the week leading up to Fathers’ Day is Men’s Health Week. This being a resource for men’s wellness this of course is a very important week and one that we all need to take time to focus on the matter. There are of course the big health issues, and throughout … Continue reading

Why Organic?

The simplest and most important answer for anyone, including men, to go organic is: it is better for YOU. Once a term relegated to markets that catered to clientele with vested interest – natural food stores, farmers’ markets, progressive cafes – organic is increasingly available in standard supermarkets in their own section or even side-by-side … Continue reading

POV – OnMilwaukee Blogger’s Personal Diet Diary

I like to give a shout out to others that are doing something similar to the mission of Well-Met and over at blogger JC Poppe is stepping out of his comfort zone as an urban music blogger to give a personal, poignant, and at times very funny account of his attempts to lose weight. So … Continue reading

A Healthy Heart Is A Loving Heart (or vice versa)

I am not sure if the American Heart Association picked February to be American Heart Month because it is the month of the heart holiday – the holiday of love – Valentine’s Day, or for some other meaningful or arbitrary reason, but the correlation still stands and so I am running with it. Giving your … Continue reading

Bee Gees Can Really Help At Stayin’ Alive

The American Heart Association has released a brilliant ad campaign to promote people trying CPR when it is needed. The message is basically that bad CPR is better than no CPR. To get the point across they have enlisted Ken Jeong who plays the part of Ben Chang on the NBC comedy series Community and is really a doctor. In a … Continue reading


With the New Year coming up, it is standard practice for people to make resolutions – promises on changes to make on the coming year. The problem is that these resolutions typically fall by the way side. Why is this? Maybe the grand statement to change for the long term is just too hard to … Continue reading

Movember Moustache Mania

It’s that time again men, or Bros, and the women who love them, Sistas. Time to start with a clean shaven fave on November 1 and let it go for the rest of the month all in the name of fundraising and creating awareness for men’s health. We are on the cusp of Movember. During … Continue reading

Dr. Oz’s 25 Natural Men’s Health Tips

Natural Awakenings magazine Milwaukee edition has a cover article on Dr. Oz’ (of Oprah and his own show now fame)  25 Greatest Men’s Health Tips. I recommend picking up the magazine which I found at Outpost Natural Foods as I did not find the article on the web site yet, hopefully it will be there, … Continue reading



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