The 21st Century Man: Advise from 50 Top Doctors and Men’s Health Experts So You Can Feel Great, Look Good and Have Better Sex by M.D. Brandeis, Judson

The 21st Century Man: Advise from 50 Top Doctors and Men's Health Experts So You Can Feel Great, Look Good and Have Better Sex

Book title : The 21st Century Man: Advise from 50 Top Doctors and Men’s Health Experts So You Can Feel Great, Look Good and Have Better Sex
By : M.D. Brandeis, Judson
Category : Books,Guidebooks,Health & Medicine
Wordcount : 153
Rating : 4.7
Publisher : Affirm Science Publishing (1 Jan. 2022)
Language : English
Paperback :
isbn13 : 978-1737379607
Dimensions : 18.42 x 5.72 x 23.5 cm
Best seller rank : 1,599,242 in Books (See Top 100 in Books) 1,499 in Men’s Health & Lifestyle 38,908 in Fitness & Exercise 849,990 in Foreign Language Books
Salesrank : 1599242

Every man over 35 needs to own and read this comprehensive health guide for men. 60 board-certified doctors and men’s health experts offer advice and insider secrets that men over 35 need to recover and maintain their physical, mental, and sexual health to feel great, look good, and have better intimacy. Emphasizing prevention and early intervention, The 21st Century Man has sections on the most common causes of mortality, nutrition, exercise, aesthetics, addiction, mental health, relationships, lifestyle and health insurance. There is an extensive section on sexual health and sexual medicine written by an all-star cast of physicians. Lead author, Dr. Judson Brandeis, voted best urologist in the SF Bay Area for a decade, is a researcher, physician educator, and a caring clinician and surgeon. A graduate of Brown University, Vanderbilt Medical School, UCLA Urology residency, and Harvard for research, he specializes in the emergent field of men’s sexual health and rejuvenative medicine.

Imagine you buy a book about how to deal with tooth problems and the advice you get from is “just pull them out”. Isn’t quite what you expected?Thats exactly what I understand reading the chapter about circumcision. “Just chop it off” is not the advice I expect about the most sensible part of the male body.From a health expert I expected more curiosity or even admiration for the wonder of the human body. I expect searching for ways to heal a limb over removing it. “I know ten ways to chop it off” was fine in the 19th century but is off in the 21st century for me.On top the author supports depriving HEALTHY children of that body part. I can’t believe it. Again, is this a book from 19th century?I can’t give the book back. I will put it on the shelf unread and either read it later or even dump it.

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