Staying in shape is the key to maintaining health over the long term. Regular exercise of 30 minutes three times a week not only keeps weight off, it can also help prevent heart disease, stroke, high blood pressure, diabetes, arthritis, and bone loss. But working out isn’t all physical -- it’s psychological, too.
About 40 percent of men experience some hair loss by the age of 35. But that doesn’t mean that your looks -- and perceived virility -- are going down the drain with your shedding strands. Contrary to popular belief, longer locks are a shining spotlight on bald spots and make hair appear thinner. And a Trump-esque comb-over is like raising a white flag and throwing in the towel. But in this game, there is no admitting defeat. Splashing on hair-growth serum, popping a pill and cropping your coif into something more flattering are the ways to win.