Manopause: What Every Man (and Woman) Should Know

A few weeks ago, when the content editor announced that the theme for June would be dedicated to topics only covering men’s health and social topics that intersect with men’s health, I responded within minutes with my blog topic. I knew this was a great time to address something that gets so little attention in […]

The Talk: A Q&A Regarding T&A

June is deemed as Men’s Health Month.  What better way to start summer than to talk to your male child, not about diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, lupus or any other looming health issue, but to have the audacious privilege of speaking with him about Erectile Function. Yes, I didn’t miss the ‘dis,’ cause […]

Getting That Mojo Back

It never ceases to amaze me as I teach health education to the masses, women quickly connect to the value of healthy choices and positive outcomes. When speaking to men, however, they generally dismiss it. BUT when the topic of erectile dysfunction comes up, the light goes on in their eyes. They sit on the edge of their […]

Donna Green-Goodman, MPH

Sexual Abuse and Trauma: It’s Time to Talk About It

I recently finished reading the autobiography, My Name is Alvonia, written by my college friend Beverly Robinson. David Person and I also had a chance to do an amazing interview with her on our Healthy Alabama Podcast. All of us know an Alvonia She’s our daughter, sister, niece or mother. The little girl at church who […]

Phyt for Your Life With Lycopene

After my diagnosis 20 years ago, I found out about a study at the National Cancer Institute (NCI) that documented the value of plant foods on cancer. I was thrilled to find out about lycopene, especially since the sources of it were some of my favorite foods. And, when you choose to eat foods like […]

2Dads1Mic: Relationship Misconceptions and Sexual Responsibility- Part II

In part II of their podcast, the guys at 2Dads1Mic continue to tackle the subject of sexual responsibility and misconceptions about attitudes and behavior in relationships. If you missed part 1, click here to listen now  http://media.blubrry.com/langleyhaper/p/content.blubrry.com/langleyhaper/11012015_Misconception_Two.mp3Podcast (2-dads-1-mic): Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSS

2Dads1Mic: Relationship Misconceptions and Sexual Responsibility

The guys at 2Dads1Mic tackle the subject of sexual responsibility and misconceptions about attitudes and behavior in relationships. Their views are supported by a 2013 study published in BMC Women’s Health. The study reveals that “uncertainties and miscommunication, and relationship power negotiation lend to a gap in relationship priorities among men and women.”  The study further found six perceptions among women […]