All About Men's Hygiene

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  • 4 Sure-Fire Ways a Man Can Get Rid of Excess Body Hair
    Looking to get rid of excess body hair? Wondering which methods are best? This eMedTV resource takes a look at four sure-fire ways to remove hair: shaving, waxing, laser removal, and electrolysis, including the pros and cons.
  • Can't Stop Scratching? What Every Man Needs to Know About Jock Itch
    Got an itch that you just can't scratch? (At least, not in public.) This eMedTV resource gives you the lowdown on jock itch, including what causes it, how it is spread, treatment options, and when you should see a doctor.
  • Stop the Brush-Off! How Men Can Prevent Dandruff
    Is that itchy scalp causing you to flake out? This page of the eMedTV library tells you what you need to know to get your dandruff under control. It also explores the most common causes of this condition and when you should see a doctor.
  • Five Hygiene Tips Every Man Should Follow
    So hygiene might not be high on your list of priorities, but as this eMedTV article explains, you can't afford to neglect it. We present five important hygiene tips every man should know in order to look (and feel) his best. We promise -- they're easy!
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