Men in the United States face a wide range of health issues today. Many of these afflictions can be prevented through lifestyle modification or successfully treated if diagnosed early. The Encyclopedia of Men's Health is a comprehensive reference guide to these concerns. More than 600 A-to-Z entries discuss medical, scientific, social, and lifestyle issues, including physiology, genetics, life span, diseases and conditions, medications (including allopathic and complementary options), fertility, fatherhood, relationships with female partners, and much more. Written in straightforward jargon-free language, this is an authoritative and helpful resource for professionals and laypersons alike.