• The skinny on steriod scandals

    Longtime observers in Olympic sports have said that if a performance is to good to be true, it probably is.

  • The Truth About Baldness

    Balding, thinning hair, unfortunately, never seems to be "in". Whenever hair loss strikes a man, regardless of the generation, his reaction seems to be the same: overt melancholy as opposed to the embracing of a new style.

  • Anti-aging skincare: You can turn back time

    There’s something to be said about aging gracefully: It doesn’t have to mean looking old. And while increasing numbers of men are turning to plastic surgery to keep young and beautiful, there are lots of less drastic steps you can take to keep your skin

  • Delicious Drug: The Good and Bad of Caffeine

    Studies show that caffeine may improve athletic performance, particularly for endurance sports. But it's not all good. Learn the benefits and the risks of caffeine.

  • Power up with vitamins

    Vitamins are the micronutrients that make macronutrients—protein, carbohydrates, and fat—work. Learn which ones you should be worried about as an active and athletic man.

  • Supplements report: The good, bad, and downright dangerous

    With all of the supplement marketing mania out there, how do you decide which supplements are effective, which are safe, and which are just plain bad for you? We've got the info you need.

  • Human growth hormone: Miracle or snake oil?

    In their quest for the semblance of eternal youth, many gay men are turning to human growth hormone supplements like MetabolanGH, hawked by former porn star Colton Ford. Is HGH really a miracle potion, or just another supplement scam?

  • Powder for Power: Is Creatine for You?

    Can the muscle-building supplement creatine really help you pack on muscle? Learn the facts about this popular powder.