Company Spits Out New Idea for Smokeless Tobacco Users

ChewOnThisCThe spittoon is as iconic and as much as the part of the fabric of U.S. history as the cowboys who used them. Then, as it is now, it was and still is, popular and necessary.

In fact, as state lawmakers continue to outlaw cigarettes in bars, restaurants, workplaces and government buildings, smokers are opting for smokeless tobacco, and the spittoon (or something like it) is once again becoming indispensable.

For The Man Who Has Everything: Eclectic Father’s Day Ideas

EclecticFathersDayCWhat is it about Father’s Day that can stump even the savviest gift giver? Mother’s Day seems almost seamless by comparison, the presents easy and unfailing: Chanel perfume, a bottle of Opus One wine, Godiva chocolate, dinner out, flowers or even a gift card for the local coffee shop will bring a smile. Dads, however, seem to get the short end of the stick more often than not.

“This is the time you can indulge Dad and get him those things he’s ogled, but hasn’t gone to buy on his own,” say Byon Penn, a manager at Jerry’s Home Improvement Center in Eugene, Ore. “But the ole, traditional necktie doesn’t quite cut it these days.”

Let’s Hear It for The Man! How to Celebrate Your Dad This Father’s Day

NixonFathersDayYou may not realize this, but you have Richard Nixon to thank for a nod to all the dads on Father’s Day.

Yes, it was President Nixon (he, of Watergate infamy) who signed a proclamation in 1972 making the second Sunday in June a federal holiday. The fact that Mother’s Day had a 58-year head start says everything about how we’re jsut now starting to realize the impact father’s have on their children’s happiness and sense of well-being.

“Paternal involvement seems to predict adult adjustment better than does maternal involvement,” Psychology Today reports.

Smart Tech Gift Ideas for Dads and Grads

In June, many families are celebrating dads and grads. Dad certainly deserves a special Father’s Day with all he does throughout the year. And graduating students also merit recognition for all they have accomplished. Now, it’s up to you to find gifts that celebrate these special occasions.

This year, skip the usual suspects, and opt for items tailored to their specific style and personality. For instance, tech gifts are perfect to begin your search, so get the scoop from someone who knows. Emmy Award-winning technology and trends reporter Brett Larson offers his take on the top five tech gifts for both dads and grads.

Father’s Day Shopping: How to Do It Right

To celebrate Father’s Day properly, all you really have to do is remind the father figures in your life how special they are.

Estimates put Father’s Day spending at nearly $12 billion each year. That’s a whole lot of love—but for the 70 million Dads in the U.S. alone? It sounds about right. Thankfully, loved ones don’t have to resort to the standard polka dot tie or another Home Depot gift card. Find a new way to recognize Dad (or Grandpa!) that’s as original and unique as the men who helped mold you. They deserve just as much.

How to Sweeten Up Father’s Day With a Splash of Watermelon

Honor Dad with a healthy dose of creativity and sweet treats this Father’s Day.

These two ideas, courtesy of the National Watermelon Promotion Board (, are guaranteed home runs. First, an eye-catching basket shaped like a golf ball (made from the watermelon rind) filled with sweet watermelon balls to celebrate his favorite hobby. Second, a tangy, finger-licking chicken wing glaze for Dad to enjoy—and hopefully share!—during his special day.

Golf Ball Watermelon Carving
1 small-medium very round seedless watermelon
Kitchen knife, paring knife
Cutting board, large bowl
Melon baller

Conozca sus opciones con respecto al cáncer y la fertilidad masculina

Muchos hombres que luchan contra el cáncer desean tener hijos algún día. A pesar de que algunos tratamientos contra el cáncer pueden afectar su fertilidad – la capacidad de embarazar a una mujer–, hay buenas opciones para proteger la capacidad del hombre de tener familia., una nueva guía nacional para pacientes de cáncer y sus médicos, explica las formas en que el tratamiento para el cáncer puede afectar la fertilidad y destaca opciones para conservarla en hombres, mujeres y niños.

Cancer and Male Fertility: Know Your Options

Many men facing cancer want to have children in the future. While a man’s fertility — the ability to get a woman pregnant — can be damaged by some cancer treatments, there are good options available to protect a man’s ability to have a family., a new national resource for cancer patients and their physicians, explains how cancer treatment can affect fertility while also outlining fertility-preservation options for men, women and children.

Men: Heed Warning Signs of Heart Attack

It’s well known that more men have heart attacks than women, but many men ignore their cardiac health or don’t recognize warning signs. To further complicate matters, cardiologists can’t diagnose heart disease until the condition is advanced enough to cause high cholesterol or a blockage – problems that increase the risk of heart attack.

Most heart disease is coronary heart disease, in which arterial plaque build-up narrows blood vessels, lessening the amount of blood and oxygen that reaches the heart. While most men don’t have heart attacks until later in life – the average man gets his first heart attack at age 65 – plaque has been found in the hearts of 20-year-olds. That means that arterial plaque can build up for decades before men develop major problems.

What Does Erectile Dysfunction Mean for Your Health?

The topic of erectile dysfunction (ED) is still one that leaves most men searching for the door. Even in the privacy of a doctor’s office, many men in the U.S. are afraid of what that diagnosis might mean for them. Despite these natural fears, it is very important for men and their partners to take erectile dysfunction seriously and to get help.