The 21st Century Man: Parts 1-3 by Judson Brandeis, MD
Advice from 50 Top Doctors and Men’s Health Experts So You Can Feel Great, Look Good, and Have Better Sex
Written by an elite team of 60 doctors and men’s health experts, The 21st Century Man reveals insider secrets that men in midlife and beyond need to recover, rebuild, and maintain their physical, mental, emotional, and sexual health.
Contributors are experts and board-certified physicians in cardiology, oncology, cancer genetics, vascular health, urology, orthopedics, chiropractic, and pain medicine, including an infectious disease specialist, a podiatrist, a hand surgeon, and a sleep specialist. The book also provides chapters on emotional and mental health, as well as relationship advice. The 21st Century Man is the book all men will want after turning 40 to feel great, look good, and have better physical intimacy for the rest of their lives.
This book contains the first 3 of 14 parts. In Part 1, Brandeis addresses what is universal to the male experience. Part 2 focuses on preventive maintenance, reviewing the major causes of premature death in men and new approaches to treatment. Part 3 features physicians who are top in their field, providing common-sense measures men can take to minimize infectious illness, prevent injury to their back and their hands, avoid hearing problems, practice good foot care, and optimize their sleep.
Listen to a sample from the book: